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Tonys: Inside a Broadway Show's Opening Night War Room
Tonys: Inside a Broadway Show's Opening Night War Room
THR visits with the producers, advertising agency and publicists of 'The Visit' to learn how and why some critics' thoughts wind up in marketing and publicity materials.
Tonys: Nominations Snub Harvey Weinstein's 'Finding Neverland' (Analysis)
Tonys: Nominations Snub Harvey Weinstein's 'Finding Neverland' (Analysis)
In addition to the musical's stars Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer, other notable exclusions include Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nathan Lane, James Earl Jones, Rose Byrne and Tony Danza.
Robert Redford Feted by Film Society of Lincoln Center, Barbra Streisand and Other Friends
Robert Redford Feted by Film Society of Lincoln Center, Barbra Streisand and Other Friends
The 78-year-old legend became the 42nd recipient of FSLC's Chaplin Award for lifetime achievement.
Feinberg Forecast: Scott Predicts Tuesday's Tony Nominations
Feinberg Forecast: Scott Predicts Tuesday's Tony Nominations
Numerous Hollywood notables — from Bradley Cooper and Helen Mirren to Harvey Weinstein and Sting — hope to be in the running for Broadway's top honors.
Tonys: Can Helen Mirren Win Another Award for Playing the Queen?
Tonys: Can Helen Mirren Win Another Award for Playing the Queen?
The 69-year-old, who won the best actress Oscar eight years ago for 'The Queen,' is now in the running for the best actress in a play Tony for 'The Audience.'
Tonys: The Importance of a Musical's Opening Number
Tonys: The Importance of a Musical's Opening Number
THR discusses the matter with 2015 Tony contenders Casey Nicholaw ('Something Rotten!'), Diane Paulus ('Finding Neverland'), John Rando ('On the Town'), Christopher Wheeldon ('An American in Paris') and Lisa Kron ('Fun Home').
Tonys: 'An American in Paris,' 'Finding Neverland' Among Drama League Award Nominees
Tonys: 'An American in Paris,' 'Finding Neverland' Among Drama League Award Nominees
'Hand to God' and 'Fun Home,' which were ineligible for Monday's Outer Critics Circle Award noms, registered strongly in Tuesday's announcement.
Tonys: 'Something Rotten!' Leads Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations
Tonys: 'Something Rotten!' Leads Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations
The group, which recognizes Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, also accorded Off-Broadway sensation 'Hamilton' five noms.
Tonys: Revisiting Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and This Season's Already-Closed Shows
Tonys: Revisiting Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and This Season's Already-Closed Shows
A play starring Hugh Jackman, a musical by Sting and Glenn Close's first Broadway show in 20 years are among more than a dozen productions that have already come and gone but remain eligible for Tony nominations.
Tonys: Who Will Host Broadway's Biggest Night?
Tonys: Who Will Host Broadway's Biggest Night?
THR's awards analyst considers the candidates, including recent hosts Hugh Jackman and Neil Patrick Harris, and new possibilities such as Jim Parsons, James Corden and Stephen Colbert.
Tonys: Catching Up With Last Year's Acting Contenders
Tonys: Catching Up With Last Year's Acting Contenders
THR's awards analyst reports on the recent and upcoming activities of last year's 39 nominated thesps, from Neil Patrick Harris and Idina Menzel, who recently crossed paths at the Oscars, to Lena Hall and James Monroe Iglehart, who are now involved with solo shows.
Oscars: What's the Ideal Size of the Best Picture Category? (Podcast)
Oscars: What's the Ideal Size of the Best Picture Category? (Podcast)
Two distinguished members of the Academy — Marcia Nasatir, the first woman ever to serve as a vice president of production in Hollywood, and Howard Rodman, vice president of WGA West — joined THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg for the third installment of 'The Geezer and The Kid.'