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After 56 Years, Tom Jones Isn't Finished With The Fantasticks
The show's 88-year-old book writer and lyricist is still rewriting — and getting his musical ready for the Pasadena Playhouse.
Thousands of Miles Apart, Brothers Brandon and Jason Dirden Take On the Same Role
The Dirden brothers star in two different productions of August Wilson's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
Nina Arianda Laughs and Lindy-Hops to the Screen in Florence Foster Jenkins
The Tony-winning actress talks Meryl Streep magic and lessons to be learned from the worst singer in America.
Broadway Mainstay Danny Burstein Goes From Anatevka to Newark in Indignation
The Fiddler on the Roof star traces a line from his recent stage projects through his latest film premiere.
A Chorus Line Original Baayork Lee Passes Down Broadway Tradition at Hollywood Bowl
Lee hands Disney star Ross Lynch his theatrical debut with a side of theater history.
7 Shows You Should See This Summer Across the Country
From War Paint to Broadway Bounty Hunter, here are the must-sees of 2016.
Michael Arden Looks Ahead to Merrily and Back on Spring Awakening
The Tony-nominated director is preparing for upcoming productions of My Fair Lady and Merrily We Roll Along.
Hello, Dolly! Leads 2017 Drama Desk Award Nominations
Anastasia and Come From Away also have big showings, with nine nods apiece.
From Musicals 101 to Mindy Kaling: 7 Things You Never Knew About Samuel French
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