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  • Tony Awards 2014: Winners celebrate with fast food, increased hype

    What does a Tony mean for some of the winners from Sunday night? For James Monroe Iglehart, who won a Tony for his portrayal of the genie in Disney's "Aladdin," it means a Big Mac and fries. For life's biggest celebrations, he and his wife go to...
  • Tony Awards Backstage: Bryan Cranston Compares Stage Acting to Crystal Meth

    The winners of the 2014 Tony Awards converged backstage with their glittering new hardware in hand. Here's a look at the emotional outbursts, moments of hilarity and off-the-cuff confessions from the press room on Broadway's biggest night. Best Leading...
  • Tony Award winners list

    • Best musical: 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder' • Best play: 'All the Way' • Best revival of a musical: 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' • Best revival of a play: 'A Raisin in the Sun' • Best performance by an actress in...
  • Tony Awards: 'Hedwig,' 'Raisin in the Sun,' Audra McDonald win big

    Tony Awards: 'Hedwig,' 'Raisin in the Sun,'  Audra McDonald win big
    Hosting the Tony Awards on Sunday night, Hugh Jackman cracked the Broadway season had something for everyone, from cross dressers to drag queens. His words proved prophetic as "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" — about a rock singer who had a botched...
  • Tonys 2014: Magical moments on the red carpet, backstage

    Tonys 2014: Magical moments on the red carpet, backstage
    There was the TV telecast that millions watched. And then there were backstage and red carpet moments at the Tony Awards that you might have missed — like James Monroe Iglehart revealing his plans to celebrate his win for featured actor, musical for...
  • 'Gentleman's Guide' kills at Tony Awards, claims four

    The main character in the Broadway show "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" spends much of the musical mystery knocking off those he believes stand in the way of his big score. At Sunday's Tony Awards, the production landed its own loot: the top...
  • Broadway Box Office: What a Difference the Tony Awards Make

    Remember when "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" was having trouble selling tickets? That phase may have passed, at least for a while: After the notching four Tony wins Sunday night, the musical was on track to rake in more than $900,000 by the end...
  • Filling In Facts About Marlborough

    Sunday's "Our Towns" special section became a point of conversation at Marlborough Day, sponsored by the Marlborough Business Association. Out of Connecticut's 169 towns, just one town was omitted: Marlborough. I would like to share some fascinating facts...
  • 'Aladdin' on Broadway honors Robin Williams with singalong

    'Aladdin' on Broadway honors Robin Williams with singalong
    "Aladdin" -- the Broadway musical -- paid tribute to Robin Williams on Tuesday night with an audience singalong of "Friend Like Me" led by actor James Monroe Iglehart, who plays the role of the genie in the Disney stage production in New York. Williams,...
  • Video: Tribute to Robin Williams by cast of Disney's 'Aladdin'

    Video: Tribute to Robin Williams by cast of Disney's 'Aladdin'
    Last night, the cast of the Disney musical "Aladdin," currently running on Broadway, paid tribute to the late Robin Williams, who died Monday. Williams originated the role of the Genie, putting his comic skills to work in voicing Aladdin's big blue...
  • What does mourning on Twitter mean?

    What does mourning on Twitter mean?
    "About seven years ago, Lauren Bacall showed up at my place for a party," the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer John Patrick Shanley tweeted Wednesday morning. "It was like having a yacht show up in your bathtub." Shanley's anecdote was wry but...