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Harry Potter Stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint Win 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards Along With The Book of Mormon's Gavin Creel and More
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 23, 2014

England's only audience-choice awards were also bestowed upon the likes of Helen Mirren, Haydn Gwynne, and Michael Grandage.

Absence
By Carolyn Clay · Feb 23, 2014

Peter M. Floyd's new play tracks dementia.

Elaine Stritch Is So Tired of "Once Upon a Time" That She Made a Movie About Her Life
By David Gordon · Feb 22, 2014

The show-business icon sets the record straight on the honesty of Chiemi Karasawa's new documentary, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me.

Meet Aladdin's Sultry Princess Jasmine
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 22, 2014

Courtney Reed tears up when she first sees A Whole New World in the rehearsal studio.

Will Audra McDonald Make a Surprise Return to Broadway This Spring?
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 21, 2014

The five-time Tony winner may take on the role of iconic blues singer Billie Holiday in Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill.

Lives, Saved or Lost (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Feb 21, 2014

Why art endures — and why artists should.

Michael Urie Hands Barbra Streisand's Keys Over to Christopher J. Hanke
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 21, 2014

As Hanke takes over Urie's role in the off-Broadway hit Buyer & Cellar, the actors reflect on their uncannily parallel lives, from childhoods in Dallas to playing Bud Frump in How to Succeed on Broadway.

Death of a Salesman
By Carolyn Clay · Feb 20, 2014

The Lyric pays homage to the Lomans.

A Celebratory Evening for Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale, and Broadway's The Bridges of Madison County
By David Gordon · Feb 20, 2014

Hannibal Buress, Sutton Foster, Tony Shalhoub, and Brooke Shields were among the stars who helped welcome the new Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman musical to the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

The Realistic Joneses Stars Marisa Tomei, Michael C. Hall, Toni Collette, and Tracy Letts Meet the Press
By David Gordon · Feb 20, 2014

Will Eno's new play begins performances at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre on March 13.