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Theater People Should Love the Olympics: Here's Why
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 3, 2014

The Sochi Games will be the most dramatic (and expensive) theatrical event of the year. Can you really afford to miss out?

LAByrinth Theater Company Releases Statement Following Death of Company Member Philip Seymour Hoffman
By Andy Lefkowitz · Feb 2, 2014

The troupe for which Hoffman formerly served as Artistic Director speaks out on his death.

John Cariani's Almost, Maine Gets a Second Chance at New York Stardom
By David Gordon · Feb 1, 2014

In 2006, it closed off-Broadway after a month. It has since received productions as far away as Finland and South Korea. Now, it's back to reclaim the Big Apple.

Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen May Be Honorary New Yorkers, but They Don't Quite Get the Super Bowl
By Bethany Rickwald · Jan 31, 2014

You can take the English gentleman out of the pitch, but you can't take the pitch out of the English gentlemen.

Carolina Panthers Running Back DeAngelo Williams to Make Cameo Appearance in Broadway's Rock of Ages
By Bethany Rickwald · Jan 31, 2014

Williams will make his Broadway debut as part of the show's #BroadwayBlitz in celebration of Super Bowl XLVIII.

Gas Up Your DeLoreans: Back to the Future Musical Prepares for West End Run
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 31, 2014

The hit 1985 film plans to hit the West End in time to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

CARTOON: Theater-Aisle Etiquette Is Always a Tricky Matter
By Liza Donnelly · Jan 31, 2014

But when your tickets are for a middle seat, all bets are off.