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  1. 'Much Ado About Nothing': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 6/16/2014

    Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater play the marriage-phobic Beatrice and Benedick in director Jack O'Brien's al fresco staging of one of Shakespeare's most popular romantic comedies.Read more

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  2. Tracy Letts, Nick Offerman, Amanda Peet Praise Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Awards

    3:03 pm 5/5/2014

    Celia Keenan-Bolger, Megan Mullally, Lily Rabe, Hamish Linklater, Uzo Aduba, Carly Rae Jepsen and Billy Magnussen told THR of their attraction to Off-Broadway on Sunday night.Read more

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  3. 'American Horror Story's' Lily Rabe to Star in ABC's 'The Visitors'

    6:55 pm 2/24/2014

    She joins a cast that includes "Revenge's" Barry Sloane and Milo Ventimiglia.Read more

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  4. 'American Horror Story's' Lily Rabe to Star in Jason Blum's 'The Veil' (Exclusive)

    6:25 pm 2/24/2014

    Jessica Alba and Thomas Jane are already on board the microbudget horror movie. Read more

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  5. Miss Julie: Theater Review

    2:02 pm 5/6/2013

    Neil LaBute takes on August Strindberg's most accessible work at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood.Read more

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  6. 'American Horror Story': Lily Rabe Returning for Season 3

    11:18 pm 1/31/2013

    She becomes the fourth person cast in the FX anthology, joining Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters.Read more

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  7. Berlin 2013: Julia Stiles Joins Cast of 'The First'

    7:51 pm 1/31/2013

    She will play screenwriter Frances Marion opposite Lily Rabe's Mary Pickford.Read more

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  8. David Rooney on the Record Year in New York Theater

    5:00 am 12/27/2012

    THR's theater critic rounds up his picks for the top stage productions of 2012, both on Broadway and Off.Read more

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  9. As You Like It: Theater Review

    6:30 pm 6/21/2012

    Lily Rabe, David Furr, Andre Braugher, Oliver Platt, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Stephen Spinella star in the summer's Shakespeare in the Park opener, relocated to the American South in 1840 with an original bluegrass score by Steve Martin.Read more

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