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  1. Tonys: Hitting Times Square With 'Hedwig' Star Lena Hall to Talk Broadway (Video)

    12:10 pm 6/6/2014

    Hall, a 34-year-old rising star of Broadway, was best known for her work in "Kinky Boots" before landing a role opposite Neil Patrick Harris in the hit revival of the musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," for which they are both Tony-nominated.Read more

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  2. Tonys: How the 'Hedwig' Team Turned Neil Patrick Harris Into a Bona Fide Rock Star

    11:32 am 6/6/2014

    John Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Trask, director Michael Mayer and NPH himself dish on what it took to reinvent the "How I Met Your Mother" star as a wailing glam-rock gutter goddess.Read more

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  3. Tonys: Best Play Contender 'Act One' to Air on PBS

    2:54 pm 6/5/2014

    James Lapine's adaptation of the classic theater memoir by Moss Hart, which stars Tony Shalhoub, Santino Fontana and Andrea Martin, will be shown as part of the "Live From Lincoln Center" series.Read more

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  4. Tonys: Bryan Cranston Drama 'All the Way' Recoups on Broadway

    12:23 pm 6/5/2014

    Raves for the "Breaking Bad" star's Broadway debut as Lyndon B. Johnson have propelled Robert Schenkkan's political drama into the profit zone, grossing $14.3 million to date.Read more

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  5. Tonys: 5 Things to Expect From the Show

    8:41 pm 6/4/2014

    New details are emerging about the show's opening number, musical acts, special performances and presenters.Read more

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  6. Character Actress Anna Berger Dead

    10:55 am 6/4/2014

    She previously had parts in "The Sopranos," "Everybody Loves Raymond," Adam Sandler's "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" and the original "Taking of Pelham One Two Three."Read more

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  7. 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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