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Kendrick plays Cinderella, with Pine her Prince Charming.
Watch the pair tunefully spar before catching them onstage at the American Airlines Theatre.
The Tony- and Emmy-winning actress recalls an emotionally (and physically) bruising audition.
The film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's classic musical also stars Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp.
The new drama by Nick Payne follows a relationship in all of the different ways it can go.
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This isn't for the easily grossed out.
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Paul Nolan and Jessie Fisher will take part in the evening at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
The production has also canceled several performances to accommodate the schedule of cast member Patricia Clarkson.
The drama has recouped its investment.
The solo show is set to return in 2015.
The film and NBC's 2013 live telecast of the musical will be aired on different nights.
Disney's Into the Woods offers another snippet from the upcoming film.
Michael Esper and Rachel Tucker will also take part in the CD signing.
The Tony-winning pop icon will perform alongside her Broadway leading man.
You'll feel fine and dandy when you hear her sing "Hard Candy Christmas."
The fourth annual event revisits Barrington Stage this February.
The musicals will unite for the New York Cares Coat Drive.
Downton Abbey scribe Julian Fellowes will adapt the Jack Black film for the stage.
Rob Ashford directs and choreographs Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical drama.
Jeremy Jordan and Anna Kendrick are the newest Jamie and Cathy to be recorded for posterity.