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It's that "time" of year again.
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You never know who could be sitting down the row.
Michael Esper, Aaron Lazar, and Rachel Tucker were effervescent at the Chelsea Piers after-party.
Our opening night photos from the gala premiere of the new Broadway musical.
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The Tony-winning actress has learned a thing or two since her first teenage crack at Stoppard's play of love and betrayal.
Cynthia Nixon, who also appeared in the original production, is featured here alongside Josh Hamilton.
The theater has also announced its new LAUNCH Commissioning Program for early career playwrights.
Kids' Night makes Broadway free to kids accompanied by a full-paying adult.
The duo will appear near the end of the season.
Teenage boys better start practicing their Scottish brogues.
The new Suzan-Lori Parks drama is directed by Jo Bonney.
The benefit performance will also feature Jeff Blumenkrantz, Jennifer Cody, and Don Darryl Rivera.
BAM will feature US premieres from South Africa's Fugard Theatre and the Canadian Opera Company.
The musical will return to the Great White Way in 2015.
The Debate Society's production is directed by Oliver Butler.
David Hyde Pierce directs the production, which originated at George Street Playhouse.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman comedy will stick around the Lyceum Theatre awhile longer.
Radcliffe proves he knows every word to Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics."
Ripley was in attendance at the St. James Theatre on October 28.
Watch the handsome Smash and Newsies star croon the classic song from Follies at 54 Below.
Watch a clip from the new Kennedy Center production in rehearsal.
Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton will come to East Haddam, Connecticut, along with Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide.
The new play, directed by Jo Bonney, opens at the Public Theater tonight.
Ken Rus Schmoll will direct the play at New York Theatre Workshop.