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Sotheby's London to Auction Shakespeare's First Folio
Shakespeare's First Folio (Photo courtesy of Sotheby's) The First Folio edition of Shakespeare's plays (1623), considered to be one of the most important books in En
Edwards, Graae, McNair, Osgood, Whiting Set for Johnny Mercer at the Movies
Jason Graae (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Singers Amber Edwards, Jason Graae, Sylvia McNair, and Margaret Whiting will participate in Johnny Mercer at the Mo
Idina Menzel to Star in London Wicked
Idina Menzel (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Idina Menzel will re-create her Tony Award-winning role of Elphaba in the London production of Wicked, which will
Oklahoma City University to Present Four New Musicals
Diana Belkowski and Dan Tramon Oklahoma City University's "Stripped" New Musicals Project will present four new musicals on Sunday, April 23 at the new Petree ...
Carrolling, Carrolling
Stage, film, and TV star Diahann Carroll glitters at Feinstein's at the Regency. Plus: Paul L. Johnson, Hector Coris, and company ask: What's Your Problem?
Tony Awards Administration Committee Announces New Decisions
Lisa Kron in Well (Photo © Michal Daniel) The Tony Awards Administration Committee met today to decide eligibility of seven Broadway productions for the
Shout! The Mod Musical to Bow in July at Julia Miles Theatre
Shout! The Mod Musical, which uses some of the greatest pop songs of the 1960s to tell the story of five young women coming-of-age in England, will begin ...
Burton, Ellis, Rabe, Rebeck, Wilson, et al. to Be Part of Huntington's 2005-2006 Season
David Rabe (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Works by Noah Haidle, David Rabe, Theresa Rebeck, August Wilson and a revival of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard
Roberts Rules
Oprah Winfrey, James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon, and loads of other celebs turn out as Julia Roberts makes her Broadway debut.
Garrick, Haid, Kellner, Rogers, et al. Set for McCarter's Ridiculous Fraud
Reg Rogers (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Tim DeKay, Barbara Garrick, Charles Haid, Catherine Kellner, Daniel London, John Carroll Lynch, Ali Marsh, and Reg Roge