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  1. Bradley Cooper's 'Elephant Man' Roars Onto Broadway

    1:30 pm 11/10/2014

    Hugh Jackman, Glenn Close and Nathan Lane also are among stars pushing plays to rival musical grosses this fallRead more

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  2. Martin Short to Step Into 'It's Only a Play' on Broadway

    2:37 pm 11/6/2014

    The actor will join the starry ensemble of the hit Terrence McNally comedy in an extension of its limited engagement, replacing Nathan Lane, who leaves to honor a prior commitmentRead more

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  3. Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick on Their Broadway Reunion: "I'm Just Glad We Don't Have to Walk Around in Towels!"

    10:00 am 10/16/2014

    The former 'Producers' leads are starring in Terrence McNally's updated 1982 off-off-Broadway production 'It's Only a Play'Read more

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  4. Matthew Broderick, Rupert Grint Entertain John Slattery, Anna Wintour at 'It's Only a Play' Party

    6:00 am 10/13/2014

    "It’s a play basically for people who wonder if we're really human, and it shows the human side of our industry"Read more

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  5. 'It's Only a Play': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 10/9/2014

    Broadway buddies Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane head an all-star cast in Terrence McNally's irreverent backstage comedyRead more

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  6. Rupert Grint to Make Broadway Debut

    10:39 am 6/17/2014

    The "Harry Potter" actor will appear as a wunderkind stage director in the all-star revival of Terrence McNally's comedy "It's Only a Play," about opening-night nerves and knives.Read more

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  7. Matthew Broderick Signs With Management 360 (Exclusive)

    2:25 pm 6/13/2014

    The actor, whose career spans film, TV and the stage, recently wrapped a film about Howard Hughes co-starring Warren Beatty and Annette Bening.Read more

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  8. F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing and Megan Mullally Join Broadway Revival of 'It's Only a Play'

    9:49 am 6/4/2014

    The actors join Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane in an updated version of the the 1986 theater-biz comedy by Terrence McNally, a Tony nominee this year for "Mothers and Sons." Read more

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