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Vanya Playwright Christopher Durang on Making Stage Magic With Three of His Closest Friends

Vanya Playwright Christopher Durang on Making Stage Magic With Three of His Closest Friends

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It’s been a special season for Christopher Durang, whose latest comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, has already won Best Play honors from the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and New York Drama Critics’ Circle and is nominated for six 2013 Tony Awards. Even sweeter: the fact that Durang is sharing the experience of ...

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The Sun'll Come Out Mañana! Five Wacky Annie Videos From Across the Globe

The Sun'll Come Out Mañana! Five Wacky Annie Videos From Across the Globe

The 2013 Tony Awards are coming up fast, and we can't wait to find out which show takes home the prize for Best Musical Revival: Cinderella, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Pippin or Annie. In the meantime, we went on a little YouTube binge to find the most awesome, hilarious and downright weird interpretations of these Tony-nominated revivals from ...

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Tony Winner Victoria Clark on Her Best-Loved Roles, from How to Succeed to Cinderella

Tony Winner Victoria Clark on Her Best-Loved Roles, from How to Succeed to Cinderella

Victoria Clark is one of Broadway’s most valuable players, a star who can carry a show (as in her indelible, Tony-winning performance in The Light in the Piazza) or bring vibrant life to a featured role (as in her Tony-nominated turns in Sister Act and now Cinderella). In a career spanning almost three decades, the Yale-trained Clark has also ...

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George C. Wolfe on Nora Ephron's Strength, Tom Hanks' Smarts & Why Audiences Adore Lucky Guy

George C. Wolfe on Nora Ephron's Strength, Tom Hanks' Smarts & Why Audiences Adore Lucky Guy

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One of Broadway's most honored and respected directors, George C. Wolfe has won Tonys for his work on plays (both parts of Angels in America) and musicals (Bring In 'Da Noise, Bring In 'Da Funk). Wolfe branched out into films such as Nights in Rodanthe in recent years, but luckily for NYC theatergoers, he returned this ...

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Tony Nominee Will Chase Talks Returning to High Fidelity at 54 Below & His Love of Rush and The Beatles

Tony Nominee Will Chase Talks Returning to High Fidelity at 54 Below & His Love of Rush and The Beatles

Before Will Chase scored a Tony nomination for his role as John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, he led the short-lived but well-loved musical High Fidelity. Now, nearly seven years after the show closed, the cast is reuniting for a set of concerts on May 19 and 20 at 54 Below. Here, Chase talks about returning to the ...

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Squigs Travels to Texas with Cicely Tyson & the Stars of The Trip to Bountiful

Squigs Travels to Texas with Cicely Tyson & the Stars of The Trip to Bountiful

The Tony-nominated revival of The Trip to Bountiful is bringing a taste of southern charm to the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, starring Tony nominee Cicely Tyson as an elderly woman who longs to return to her Texas hometown one final time. Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson took the long journey home to Bountiful, then sketched a soulful portrait of ...

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Vanya Tony Nominee Shalita Grant Obsesses Over Google Maps, SVU and the City of New Orleans

Vanya Tony Nominee Shalita Grant Obsesses Over Google Maps, SVU and the City of New Orleans

Theater stars know what’s hot in entertainment, fashion and pop culture, so Broadway.com decided it was high time to tap in to the after-hours obsessions of our favorite stage actors. Shalita Grant made her Broadway debut and received a Best Featured Actress Tony nomination for her role as the misguided psychic maid Cassandra in the Tony-nominated play Vanya ...

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Tony-Nominated Director Diane Paulus on Bringing Her ‘Dangerous’ Circus-Inspired Pippin to Broadway

Tony-Nominated Director Diane Paulus on Bringing Her ‘Dangerous’ Circus-Inspired Pippin to Broadway

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Diane Paulus first took Broadway by storm in 2009, when her vibrant interpretation of Hair in Central Park transferred to the Hirschfeld Theatre. Since her acclaimed Broadway debut, the three-time Tony-nominated director has helmed two more groundbreaking revivals on the Great White Way: a passionate Porgy and Bess in 2012 and a reimagined, circus-inspired Pippin in 2013 ...

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Richard Kind on Playing ‘Men of Power,’ Including His Tony-Nominated Role in The Big Knife

Richard Kind on Playing ‘Men of Power,’ Including His Tony-Nominated Role in The Big Knife

Tony nominee Richard Kind could come up with a dozen versions of Broadway.com’s Role Call. He’s been a sitcom regular (Spin City, Mad About You, Curb Your Enthusiasm), an animated voice performer (Cars, A Bug’s Life), and has starred in musicals (The Producers, Sondheim’s original Bounce) and scads of plays in theaters across the country ...

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Matilda Star Bertie Carvel Is 'Very Moved' by His Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Win

Matilda Star Bertie Carvel Is 'Very Moved' by His Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Win

Matilda star Bertie Carvel is making audiences laugh and gasp at the Shubert Theatre as the monstrous Miss Trunchbull. Theatergoers took note of his larger-than-life turn, and on May 5 Carvel earned the Audience Choice Award for Favorite Breakthrough Performance. Broadway.com caught up with Carvel after he accepted his award to find out how it feels to be loved ...

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