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  1. Audra McDonald Celebrates the Comedy and Forgotten Importance of Broadway's 'Shuffle Along'

    7:44 am 4/29/2016

    "That's why we're doing this show, so they'll remember these people and the struggle and everything they accomplished, so that we never go back to what they had to endure."Read more

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  2. Jessica Lange, Michael Shannon Revere Eugene O'Neill at Broadway Opening of 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'

    7:12 am 4/28/2016

    How does Lange unwind after such long and emotionally demanding shows? "With a little bit of morphine," she joked.Read more

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  3. Nicki Minaj Dedicates "Anaconda" Performance to Donald Trump, Joe Biden at Time 100 Gala

    10:54 pm 4/26/2016

    Melissa McCarthy, Caitlyn Jenner, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Aziz Ansari, Gina Rodriguez and Matthew Weiner attended the annual NYC bash — and stayed after Trump left early.Read more

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  4. Peter Copping Joins the Colleagues at Annual Luncheon

    7:00 pm 4/26/2016

    The creative director of Oscar de la Renta showed his support for the annual charity event on Tuesday.Read more

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  5. Robert De Niro Cracks Obama Birth Certificate Joke at Morgan Freeman's Chaplin Award Gala

    1:06 pm 4/26/2016

    De Niro roasted himself, the President and Michael Douglas as he helped present Freeman with the 43rd annual honor from New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center.Read more

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  6. Lena Dunham, Nancy Dubuc, Janice Min Honored at Matrix Awards

    2:06 pm 4/25/2016

    Bonnie Hammer, George Lucas, Katie Couric, Gloria Steinem and Jamie Gangel gathered to honor Mellody Hobson, Nancy Gibbs, Carol Hamilton and more top women in communications.Read more

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  7. Mellody Hobson Remembers When Prince Performed at Her Wedding to George Lucas

    12:35 pm 4/25/2016

    "In being comfortable with who he was, he gave so many other people permission to become cool with themselves."Read more

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  8. Sara Bareilles Celebrates 'Waitress', Broadway's First Musical From All-Female Creative Team

    6:19 am 4/25/2016

    "This narrative ends with a woman on her own, raising a child by herself, running a business in a community of family and friends. I don’t think there are a lot of Broadway musicals — or anything else — that end that way."Read more

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