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Terrence McNally's It's Only a Play, Starring Matthew Broderick & Nathan Lane, Sets First Preview Date

Terrence McNally's It's Only a Play, Starring Matthew Broderick & Nathan Lane, Sets First Preview Date

We’re inking this date into our calendars! Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Stockard Channing, F. Murray Abraham, Megan Mullally and Rupert Grint will begin performances in It’s Only a Play on August 28. As previously announced, Terrence McNally's comedy will open officially at the Schoenfeld Theatre on October 9. Jack O’Brien will direct.

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10 Broadway Points to Gryffindor! Rupert Grint Will Make Broadway Debut in It's Only a Play

10 Broadway Points to Gryffindor! Rupert Grint Will Make Broadway Debut in It's Only a Play

Another wizard is heading to the Great White Way! Harry Potter star Rupert Grint will make his Broadway debut in the star-studded comedy It’s Only a Play. Grint, who will play the show-within-a-show’s wunderkind director Frank Finger, joins a cast that includes the previously announced Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Stockard Channing, F. Murray Abraham and Megan Mullally. The ...

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F. Murray Abraham & Stockard Channing Will Join Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane & Megan Mullally in It’s Only a Play

F. Murray Abraham & Stockard Channing Will Join Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane & Megan Mullally in It’s Only a Play

Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham and Tony winner Stockard Channing will return to the Great White Way in a newly revised version of Terrence McNally’s It’s Only a Play, joining the previously announced Tony winners Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Emmy winner Megan Mullally (who revealed her involvement earlier this week). Micah Stock will also appear in the ...

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Happy 35th Birthday, Grease! We’re Finally Old Enough to Understand You

Happy 35th Birthday, Grease! We’re Finally Old Enough to Understand You

The movie version of Grease turns 35 years old on June 15. Since it premiered, generations have grown up with Rydell High's Pink Ladies and T-Birds. And if you’re like us, you've been singing and dancing along to “Greased Lighting” and “Sandra Dee" since elementary school. But how could any youngster really know what this PG-rated (?!) musical ...

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Stockard Channing to Play Julianna Margulies' Radical Mom on The Good Wife

Stockard Channing to Play Julianna Margulies' Radical Mom on The Good Wife

Tony winner Stockard Channing will guest star on The Good Wife as the mother of Alicia (Julianna Margulies), according to Entertainment Weekly.

Channing will appear in at least one episode of the series, which returns to CBS for its fourth season on September 30. Channings character is described as "mercurial and influenced by her 1960s counterculture youth."

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Lyle Lovett, Chris Sarandon & More Complete Casting for Off-Broadway Return of The Exonerated

Lyle Lovett, Chris Sarandon & More Complete Casting for Off-Broadway Return of The Exonerated

Singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett, Broadway vet Chris Sarandon and more will join previously announced rotating cast members Stockard Channing, Brooke Shields and Brian Dennehy in The Exonerated. Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s chilling drama will be directed by Bob Balaban and run at off-Broadway’s 45 Bleeker Street. Performances begin September 15.

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Stockard Channing, Brooke Shields & Brian Dennehy Set for The Exonerated's Off-Broadway Return

Stockard Channing, Brooke Shields & Brian Dennehy Set for The Exonerated's Off-Broadway Return

Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s chilling drama The Exonerated will return to off-Broadway's 45 Bleeker Street in honor of the play’s 10th anniversary. Directed by Bob Balaban, the Culture Project production will begin performances September 15 featuring a rotating cast, including Tony winner Stockard Channing, Brooke Shields and two-time Tony winner Brian Dennehy. Sunny Jacobs, whose own ...

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Tony-Nominated Play Other Desert Cities to End Run June 17

Tony-Nominated Play Other Desert Cities to End Run June 17

Jon Robin Baitz's Tony-nominated play Other Desert Cities will end its run June 17 at the Booth Theatre. Directed by Joe Mantello, the show first ran off-Broadway at Lincoln Center's Mitzi Newhouse Theatre during the 2010-11 season. The show then transferred to Broadway and opened on November 3, 2011. 

In Other Desert Cities, once-promising novelist Brooke Wyeth (Elizabeth ...

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Other Desert Cities’ Scribe Jon Robin Baitz Receives a Sardi’s Portrait

Other Desert Cities’ Scribe Jon Robin Baitz Receives a Sardi’s Portrait
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It’s been quite the year for Other Desert Cities playwright Jon Robin Baitz. The play marked his Broadway debut, he earned a Tony nomination, won a Drama League Award and on May 31, he received his very own portrait at Sardi’s. His show's stars Stockard Channing, Judith Light, Stacy Keach and Thomas Sadoski, as well as the ...

Bonus Photos! Celebrate the 78th Annual Drama League Awards With Audra McDonald, Steve Kazee & More

Bonus Photos! Celebrate the 78th Annual Drama League Awards With Audra McDonald, Steve Kazee & More
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Broadway had a lunch date on May 18, when starry guests from the Great White Way headed to the 78th annual Drama League Awards at the Mariott Marquis Times Square, hosted by John Larroquette and Stockard Channing. More than 50 of the season’s finest actors received nominations for the Drama League Distinguished Performance Award, with Porgy and Bess star ...

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