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  1. Tonys: Who Should Win, Who Will Win (Analysis)

    9:43 am 5/28/2014

    Can nominations-leader "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" hold off crowd-pleaser "Beautiful" on Sunday? Will Bryan Cranston propel "All the Way" to a win? Is it finally Kelli O'Hara's year? THR's theater critic and awards analyst weigh in.Read more

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  2. It's Official: 'Homeland's' Damian Lewis to Star in PBS' 'Wolf Hall' Miniseries

    7:40 am 5/8/2014

    The actor will play Henry VIII opposite Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell in the six-part miniseries being written by Oscar nominee Peter Straughan.Read more

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  3. 'The Night Alive,' 'All the Way' and 'Fun Home' Take New York Drama Critics Awards

    4:10 pm 5/5/2014

    Special citations went to the Shakespeare's Globe double of "Twelfth Night" and "Richard III," and to playwright-director Richard Nelson's four-part cycle, "The Apple Family Plays."Read more

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  4. Tony Awards: Nominations Leave Some Starry Names Out in the Cold

    9:16 am 4/29/2014

    Daniel Radcliffe must be starting to think it's personal, but he's in good company among this year's high-profile snubs, with James Franco, Michelle Williams and Denzel Washington.Read more

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  5. Tony Awards: 'Gentleman's Guide,' 'Hedwig' Dominate 2014 Nominations

    5:08 am 4/29/2014

    Neil Patrick Harris, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Chris O'Dowd, Sutton Foster and Woody Allen are among the contenders for Broadway's top honors in a wide-open season, with Mark Rylance landing a double nod.Read more

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  6. 'Wolf Hall' and 'Bring Up the Bodies' Headed to London's West End

    8:42 am 3/6/2014

    Could the Royal Shakespeare Company and playwright Mike Poulton’s critically acclaimed dramatization of the best-selling Hilary Mantel historical novels be bound for Broadway next?Read more

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  7. Shakespeare's Globe Double Joins Broadway Hit List

    10:07 am 1/9/2014

    The acclaimed repertory productions featuring Mark Rylance, Samuel Barnett and Stephen Fry announce their recoupment after 12 weeks of playing to capacity houses.Read more

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  8. Hollywood on Broadway: Who Clicked and Who Didn't in 2013

    4:04 pm 12/31/2013

    New York theater attracted its share of stars from film and television in the past year -- including Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig, Bette Midler and Billy Crystal -- but while many marquee names scored big, others underwhelmed.Read more

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