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  1. The Most Anticipated New York Theater of 2015

    6:00 am 1/8/2015

    THR's lead theater critic picks 20 eagerly awaited shows of the winter-spring season, with a teen vampire, two English monarchs and a hip-hop founding fatherRead more

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  2. Pulitzer Winner 'The Flick' Sets Off-Broadway Return

    12:30 pm 1/6/2015

    Annie Baker's play set in a run-down Massachusetts movie house will move with its original cast to the Barrow Street Theatre in May, produced by Scott RudinRead more

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  3. 'The Interview' To Get Live Reading at NYC Theater

    12:54 pm 12/22/2014

    "This is an opportunity for people to come together in the name of free speech, in defiance of all who have threatened it"Read more

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  4. 'Pocatello': Theater Review

    6:21 pm 12/15/2014

    T.R. Knight grapples with small-town solitude in a place that no longer feels like home in this new play from recent MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Samuel D. HunterRead more

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  5. 'Every Brilliant Thing': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 12/14/2014

    This one-man play starring British actor-comedian Jonny Donahoe concerns a young boy's response to his mother's suicide attemptRead more

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  6. 'The Invisible Hand': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 12/8/2014

    Justin Kirk plays an American banker held for ransom by Pakistani militants in this bold new work from Pulitzer-winning 'Disgraced' playwright Ayad AkhtarRead more

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  7. Watch Anna Kendrick Relive Her Relationship's Highs and Heartbreaks in 'The Last 5 Years' Trailer

    7:36 am 12/8/2014

    "It wouldn't be as nice as a summer in Ohio where I'm sharing a room with a former stripper and her snake, Wayne"Read more

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  8. Nina Arianda, Sam Rockwell to Star in 'Fool for Love' on Broadway

    10:06 am 12/3/2014

    Daniel Aukin will direct the revival of Sam Shepard's 1983 drama about battling lovers in a seedy motelRead more

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  9. Dramatists Use Shakespeare in Effort to Protect 'Three's Company' Parody

    7:59 am 12/1/2014

    The owner of the John Ritter sitcom tells a judge that "3C" is a "poor adaptation" of "one of the first television shows to say that there was nothing wrong with being gay"Read more

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