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  1. 'Six Degrees,' 'Sweat' Become Broadway Season's First Post-Tonys Casualties

    3:39 pm 6/13/2017

    Having failed to translate any of their nominations into wins Sunday night, both productions will fold after underperforming at the box office. Read more

  2. Actors' Equity Slams Delta, Bank of America for Pulling Sponsorship of 'Julius Caesar'

    3:09 pm 6/13/2017

    "While Delta's motto is to 'keep climbing,' the company's actions this week have taken theatre everywhere down a peg," said Actors' Equity Association president Kate Shindle. Read more

  3. Inside the Musical Adaptation of 'Romy and Michele's High School Reunion' (Exclusive Photos)

    1:28 pm 6/13/2017

    The 1997 cult hit debuts onstage with a book by the film's writer Robin Schiff, a few changes and a little help from Jenji Kohan.Read more

  4. Tonys: Which Winners Stand to Gain at the Box Office?

    1:09 pm 6/12/2017

    The ceremony's top honorees, 'Dear Evan Hansen' and 'Hello, Dolly!,' already are playing to capacity audiences, but a handful of other shows should see a boost in traffic. Read more

  5. Tonys: A Night When Broadway Spread Its Love Around (Analysis)

    8:48 pm 6/11/2017

    THR's awards columnist dissects Sunday night's results, which may be even better news for Broadway overall than last year's high-profile celebration of 'Hamilton.'Read more

  6. Hollywood Stars Call for Delta, Bank of America Boycott Over Public Theater Sponsorship Termination

    7:59 pm 6/11/2017

    The likes of Beau Willimon and Carrie Coon were angry with the companies for pulling sponsorship over a Trump-like adaptation of 'Julius Caesar.' Read more

  7. Tonys: Bette Midler, Kevin Kline, Ben Platt Among Hollywood Stars Who Won Big

    7:29 pm 6/11/2017

    Laurie Metcalf and Cynthia Nixon also were among the night's winners.Read more

  8. Tonys: 10 Things You Didn't See on TV

    7:03 pm 6/11/2017

    Bette Midler, Ben Platt, Kevin Spacey, Jonathan Groff, James Earl Jones, Cobie Smulders, Glenn Close and Cynthia Nixon shared memorable moments that didn't make the telecast.Read more

  9. Tonys: Kevin Spacey Jokes About CNN as "Fake News," Colbert Pokes Fun at D.C. Revival That "Could Close Early"

    6:43 pm 6/11/2017

    The awards show featured mostly subtle political commentary.Read more

  10. Tonys: Kevin Spacey Shows Off Johnny Carson, Bill Clinton Impressions

    6:34 pm 6/11/2017

    The 'House of Cards' star also made an appearance as his character from the Netflix series, Frank Underwood.Read more

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