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  1. 'Our Mother's Brief Affair': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 1/20/2016

    Linda Lavin stars as a dying woman looking to shift the perspective on her legacy of bitterness in Richard Greenberg's memory play.Read more

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  2. Daniel Dae Kim to Make Broadway Debut in 'The King and I'

    8:30 am 1/20/2016

    Prior to the 'Lost' and 'Hawaii Five-O' star joining the cast, original lead Ken Watanabe will return to the Tony-winning revival for seven weeks.Read more

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  3. Bette Midler Sets Broadway Return in 'Hello, Dolly!'

    5:38 am 1/19/2016

    Four-time Tony winner Jerry Zaks will direct the beloved musical for the 2016-2017 season.Read more

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  4. 'Noises Off': Theater Review

    5:00 pm 1/14/2016

    Campbell Scott plays the frazzled director and Andrea Martin is his daft veteran star in Michael Frayn's ingenious 1982 farce about the challenges of staging a farce.Read more

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  5. '1984': Theater Review

    2:53 pm 1/14/2016

    The Olivier-nominated adaptation of the George Orwell classic makes its North American debut.Read more

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  6. Critic's Notebook: Alan Rickman, Reluctant Villain

    2:20 pm 1/14/2016

    The star of the Harry Potter films, 'Die Hard' and the original stage incarnation of 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' refuted the common perception that he relished the sinister roles most.Read more

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  7. Broadway Musical About Steve Jobs, Bill Gates to Open in April

    8:42 am 1/14/2016

    The musical comedy 'Nerds' includes a book and lyrics by Jordan Allen-Dutton and Erik Weiner of Cartoon Network’s 'Robot Chicken.'Read more

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  8. 'Hairspray' Set as NBC's Next Live Musical

    8:21 am 1/13/2016

    This will be the fourth live production for Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, following on the critical success of 'The Wiz.'Read more

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  9. 'Lazarus': First Performance Since David Bowie's Death Leaves Audience Members in Tears

    10:16 pm 1/12/2016

    Tuesday night's performance was the first time since Bowie's death that the show went on at the 200-seat New York theater, where a single matinee seat is now going for $1,900 on StubHub.Read more

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