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  1. 'The King and I': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 4/16/2015

    Kelli O'Hara reteams with her 'South Pacific' director Bartlett Sher, starring opposite Ken Watanabe in the evergreen 1951 Rodgers & Hammerstein musical.Read more

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  2. 'Finding Neverland': Theater Review

    12:45 pm 4/15/2015

    Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer star in this musicalization of the 2004 Johnny Depp film, the first Broadway show shepherded by lead producer Harvey Weinstein.Read more

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  3. Tony Awards: Mary-Louise Parker, Bruce Willis to Announce 2015 Nominations

    9:23 am 4/15/2015

    The actors, both of whom are returning to the New York stage this year, will be on hand April 28 to reveal this year's contenders for Broadway's top honors.Read more

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  4. 'It Shoulda Been You': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 4/14/2015

    David Hyde Pierce directs a talented ensemble of comedy pros including Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris and Edward Hibbert in this new musical about the troubled impending nuptials of a Jewish bride and Catholic groom.Read more

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  5. Tonys: Who Will Host Broadway's Biggest Night?

    11:44 am 4/14/2015

    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.Read more

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  6. Feinberg Forecast: Scott Predicts Tuesday's Tony Nominations

    7:45 am 4/14/2015

    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.Read more

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  7. Helen Mirren Steers 'The Audience' to Swift Recoupment on Broadway

    4:06 pm 4/13/2015

    The Peter Morgan play, directed by Stephen Daldry, has earned back its $3.4 million production costs in a remarkably fast eight weeks.Read more

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  8. 'An American in Paris': Theater Review

    3:00 pm 4/12/2015

    One of the most beloved MGM movie musicals from the Arthur Freed stable gets new life on the Broadway stage, with ballet star Robert Fairchild sauntering in for Gene Kelly.Read more

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  9. Tonys: The Importance of a Musical's Opening Number

    2:32 pm 4/10/2015

    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').Read more

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  10. 'An American in Paris': From '50s Technicolor Movie to Modern Stage Musical

    10:43 am 4/10/2015

    Producers Stuart Oken and Van Kaplan, director-choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and book writer Craig Lucas share how they shaped a new show out of the Oscar-winning movie musical.Read more

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