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  1. FEINBERG FORECAST: First Post-Nominations Look at the Tony Awards Landscape

    9:04 pm 5/4/2014

    THR's awards analyst on surging shows "Beautiful" and "Hedwig," discouraging stats for original score nominees and possible splits for best musical and book.Read more

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  2. Critic's Notebook: Top Five Parodies in 'Forbidden Broadway'

    5:00 pm 5/4/2014

    A New York theater institution since 1982, the annual roast skewers everyone from Idina Menzel and Neil Patrick Harris to Mandy Patinkin and Carrie Underwood.Read more

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  3. Tony-Nominated Director Nicholas Martin Dies at 75

    12:30 pm 5/2/2014

    Officials from the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston say Martin died Wednesday at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.Read more

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  4. Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane to Reteam on Broadway

    11:32 am 5/2/2014

    The actors will star in a retooled version of "It's Only a Play" by Terrence McNally, whose latest work, "Mothers and Sons," received two Tony nominations this week.Read more

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  5. 'The Bridges of Madison County' to Close Despite Four Tony Nominations

    6:21 pm 5/1/2014

    The Broadway musical based on Robert James Waller's bestselling novel is the second casualty since nominations were announced on April 29. Producers are planning a tour to begin in fall 2015.Read more

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  6. Tonys: Are Multiple Acting Nominations for a Show Ever Actually a Bad Thing?

    9:33 am 5/1/2014

    THR's awards analyst looks into the predicament facing multiple actors from "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," "A Raisin in the Sun" and "Twelfth Night."Read more

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  7. 'After Midnight' Brings on the Divas

    8:00 am 4/30/2014

    Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight and Natalie Cole have signed on as special guests this summer in the Broadway revue, which scored seven Tony nominations including best musical.Read more

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  8. 'The Velocity of Autumn' Is Broadway's First Tony Nominations Casualty

    1:43 pm 4/29/2014

    After scoring a single mention for lead actress Estelle Parsons, Eric Coble's play about a feisty oldster threatening to blow up her Brooklyn brownstone will close Sunday, less than two weeks after opening.Read more

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  9. The Gershwins' Porgy And Bess: Theater Review

    1:39 pm 4/29/2014

    The iconic folk opera of early 1920s African-American life in Charleston is given a makeover in downtown L.A.Read more

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