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  1. Tonys: 'The Encounter' Sound Designers Tapped for Special Honor

    7:32 pm 5/1/2017

    At the last ceremony before the return of the two sound design awards next year, Gareth Fry and Pete Malkin will receive special recognition for their work on the play.Read more

  2. Michael Moore Unveils Trump-Skewering Broadway Play

    8:32 am 5/1/2017

    "I’m not just gonna stand there for 90 minutes and say, 'Donald Trump is horrible!' This is a very refined piece of satire," he said of 'The Terms of My Surrender.'Read more

  3. Tony Awards Math: Predicting the Nominees

    5:00 am 5/1/2017

    Crunching the numbers, the musical 'Come From Away' and the drama 'Sweat' are the likeliest nominees in their respective categories.Read more

  4. Tonys: Previewing the Noms, Possible Snubs and Surprises

    5:00 am 5/1/2017

    Chief theater critic David Rooney and awards columnist Scott Feinberg offer predictions and analysis ahead of Tuesday's big announcement. Read more

  5. Tonys: On the Town With 6 Weeks to Go

    1:42 pm 4/29/2017

    THR's awards columnist discusses the lifetime achievement Tony, Phillipa Soo's decision to do 'Amelie' rather than 'The Great Comet,' a "student matinee" of 'The Price' and more.Read more

  6. Cate Blanchett to Star on London Stage in 'All About Eve'

    9:48 am 4/28/2017

    The two-time Academy Award winner will play acid-tongued diva Margo Channing, the role made famous by Bette Davis in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's classic 1950 backstage drama. Read more

  7. 'A Doll's House, Part 2': Theater Review

    5:30 pm 4/27/2017

    Laurie Metcalf plays Nora, the proto-feminist heroine of Henrik Ibsen's 1879 drama, who returns 15 years after walking out on her husband and children in Lucas Hnath's spry deconstruction, 'A Doll's House, Part 2,' which also stars Chris Cooper.Read more

  8. Tony Awards: James Earl Jones to Receive Lifetime Achievement Honor

    11:45 am 4/27/2017

    The stage veteran has appeared in 20 Broadway productions since his 1958 debut, winning Tonys for best actor in 1969 for 'The Great White Hope' and in 1987 for 'Fences.' Read more

  9. Producer Admits to Scamming Investors With Fake Lupita Nyong'o Broadway Play

    7:11 am 4/27/2017

    Roland Scahall admitted to collecting more than $165,000 for a nonexistent play about opera star Kathleen Battle supposedly starring Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o. Read more

  10. 'Bandstand': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 4/26/2017

    Laura Osnes and Corey Cott star in 'Bandstand,' a new Broadway musical about a band composed of World War II veterans trying to win a contest and make it big. Read more

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