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  1. Hollywood on Broadway: A Year of Hits and Misses

    5:00 am 12/25/2012

    Jessica Chastain, Katie Holmes, Andrew Garfield, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jim Parsons, Al Pacino, Debra Winger and Paul Rudd were among the film and TV names emblazoned on New York theater marquees in 2012.Read more

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  2. Why Nora Ephron's Films Made Such an Impact: A Critic's Take

    3:07 pm 6/27/2012

    THR's David Rooney analyzes the legacy of the writer-director's screen work, which often traded successfully in old-fashioned romance.Read more

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  3. A Savvy Humorist, Nora Ephron Became One of Hollywood's Few Successful Woman Directors

    6:12 pm 6/26/2012

    UPDATED: The writer and director, who died Tuesday at 71, turned out hits like "When Harry Met Sally..." and "Sleepless in Seattle."Read more

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  4. 'Once' Woos Tony Awards Eight Times Over

    8:32 pm 6/10/2012

    In addition to the best musical winner, other major prizes went to "Clybourne Park," "Death of a Salesman" and "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess."Read more

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  5. Tonys 2012: THR Live-Blogs Broadway's Biggest Night

    10:34 am 6/10/2012

    Get the play-by-play on Sunday's ceremony as Neil Patrick Harris returns to emcee, 'Once' battles 'Newsies' and Philip Seymour Hoffman, Cynthia Nixon and other stars vie for awards. Plus: superproducer Scott Rudin is a contender for "Death of a Salesman."Read more

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  6. Tonys 2012: Ten Good Reasons to Watch the Awards

    9:41 pm 6/7/2012

    The absence of clear front-runners in many of the major Tony races will make this year's annual Broadway honors an uncommonly suspenseful night.Read more

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  7. Report: Broadway Contributes $11.2 Billion to New York City

    11:52 am 6/5/2012

    The Great White Way gives back as it breaks records at the box office.Read more

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  8. Broadway's 'Death of a Salesman' Moves Into the Black

    3:14 pm 5/16/2012

    The critically acclaimed stage revival from director Mike Nichols will recoup its capitalization about two months after it opened.Read more

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  9. Director Mike Nichols on His 60-Year Career: 'Trouble Always Seemed Glamorous'

    9:00 am 5/10/2012

    In his own words, the "Death of a Salesman" helmer shares his fears of "f---ing up" and why this is likely his last great play. Read more

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  10. Critic's Notebook: Todd McCarthy Reflects on the Film Career of Mike Nichols

    6:00 am 5/9/2012

    THR’s chief film critic on the director’s hits and misses, his retreats to Broadway and his search for a sense of the man himself.Read more

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