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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Picks For Sweet Transvestite Frank-N-Furter in Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Picks For Sweet Transvestite Frank-N-Furter in Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show

We've been shivering with antici...pation about Fox's new reboot of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, so we asked you to pick the top 10 actors you'd like to see tackle sweet transvestite Frank-N-Furter in the new small screen treatment. Hey casting directors, the results are in, and these are some really great guys for the job! Check out how ...

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The Audience Stars Elizabeth Teeter & Sadie Sink on Being Queens For the Day & Holding Court with Helen Mirren

The Audience Stars Elizabeth Teeter & Sadie Sink on Being Queens For the Day & Holding Court with Helen Mirren

When Oscar winner Helen Mirren isn’t ruling England as Queen Elizabeth II in Broadway’s The Audience, she’s having heart-to-hearts with her younger self, revealing a softer side of the no-nonsense monarch. The role of Young Elizabeth is split by 13-year-olds Sadie Sink and Elizabeth Teeter, who share the thrilling task of taking the stage with Mirren in the bio-play by Peter ...

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Airline Highway Playwright Lisa D’Amour on Hustling for a Paycheck & Celebrating New Orleans

Airline Highway Playwright Lisa D’Amour on Hustling for a Paycheck & Celebrating New Orleans

A fifth generation resident of New Orleans, Lisa D’Amour is now bringing the Crescent City to Broadway with Airline Highway. D’Amour’s plays include Anna Bella Eema, The Cataract, Cherokee and the Obie-winning Detroit, which was also a Pulitzer finalist in 2011. She also has an interdisciplinary company, PearlDamour, which has had work presented by HERE Arts Center, Walker Arts Center ...

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Sutton Foster Channels Her Inner Gynecologist & Richard Gere in Younger: Episode 5

Sutton Foster Channels Her Inner Gynecologist & Richard Gere in Younger: Episode 5

It’s time to get Younger! In this week’s episode, Sutton Foster doesn’t break as many beds as she did last week, but she does try a whole bunch of new things. It ranges from hot (like tossing out her thankfully shirtless boyfriend) to intimate (spoiler: we reference Hilary Duff’s lady parts below) to nostalgic (clap clap clap clap). Friendships are ...

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Bryce Pinkham’s Photo Stash! See The Heidi Chronicles Star’s Hair Tamer, Lucky Belly & Brando Connection

Bryce Pinkham’s Photo Stash! See The Heidi Chronicles Star’s Hair Tamer, Lucky Belly & Brando Connection

Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham hosted a hilarious video backstage tour during his run in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder—now he’s got a new gig playing Heidi's best friend Peter Patrone in the Broadway revival of The Heidi Chronicles, and this time, he’s taking us on a photo tour of the Music Box Theatre! From his favorite stuff in his ...

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Track the Evolution of Epic Love Story Doctor Zhivago, From Banned Book to Broadway Musical

Track the Evolution of Epic Love Story Doctor Zhivago, From Banned Book to Broadway Musical

Just when things are finally thawing out in New York City, an icy blast from Russia is blowing onto Broadway courtesy of Doctor Zhivago! Tony winner Des McAnuff directs the world premiere musical, based on the Nobel-winning novel by Boris Pasternak and set in (and after) the twilight of Czarist Russia. Tam Mutu stars as Yuri Zhivago, a doctor, poet ...

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Oh, What a Beautiful Partnership! The 50 Greatest Broadway Songs by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein

Oh, What a Beautiful Partnership! The 50 Greatest Broadway Songs by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein

With the just-opened revival of The King and I, the classic songs of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II are home again on Broadway, something that has occurred for countless theater seasons since 1943 with their first collaboration, Oklahoma! While their fruitful songwriting partnership begat 11 complete Broadway musicals, sometimes those shows can fall into a pattern: the ...

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This Week’s Picks! All Hail Queen Lesli, Go Home with Chita Rivera & Time Travel with Something Rotten!

This Week’s Picks! All Hail Queen Lesli, Go Home with Chita Rivera & Time Travel with Something Rotten!

Hey, you, lounging on a blanket in Central Park—you have five more months to drink wine and eat crackers outside. Besides, there’s way too much fun stuff to do on Broadway and beyond this week, including two high-profile Broadway opening nights, a stage and screen star on TV and real-life royalty at 54 Below. Here are this week’s picks!


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Trace the History of Fun Home, From Graphic Memoir to Moving Broadway Musical

Trace the History of Fun Home, From Graphic Memoir to Moving Broadway Musical

The storyline of Fun Home doesn’t scream (or even whisper) “Broadway musical,” but that’s exactly what makes the show is such a thrilling surprise. This coming-of-age tale centers on a young lesbian whose closeted father pursues inappropriate relationships with boys in his high school English class. He also owns the local funeral home, where his kids do odd jobs ...

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Neil Patrick Harris Crushed Our Tony Dreams, Miss Piggy Is a Broadway Sex Goddess & More Lessons of the Week

Neil Patrick Harris Crushed Our Tony Dreams, Miss Piggy Is a Broadway Sex Goddess & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday, and there’s nothing like hitting the town curling up on the couch and catching up on the craziest Broadway news of the week! We learned a lot of weird stuff about Sutton Foster, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss and more of our favorite stars over the last few days. But don’t take our word for it—check ‘em out below ...

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