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  1. 'Kathy Griffin: Like A Boss': Theater Review

    12:26 pm 11/5/2015

    The raucous stand-up comedian takes on millennials, Donald Trump and Demi Lovato fans at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum in her new 80-city tour.Read more

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  2. Swing Musical 'The Bandstand' Headed to Broadway

    12:00 pm 11/5/2015

    Laura Osnes and Corey Cott will star in the show, directed and choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler, whose moves are currently on display in 'Hamilton.'Read more

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  3. 'Disaster!' Propels Roger Bart Back to Broadway

    8:00 am 11/5/2015

    Earthquakes, tidal waves, towering infernos, killer bees and a nun with a bad habit all figure in this musical spoof of 1970s screen schlockbusters, woven around pop hits of the era.Read more

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  4. 'Breaking Through': Theater Review

    1:22 pm 11/2/2015

    This world-premiere musical by the songwriting team of Cliff Downs and Katie Kahanovitz casts a jaundiced eye on the music industry. Read more

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  5. Joshua Jackson Sets NY Stage Debut in 'Smart People'

    10:30 am 11/2/2015

    Lydia R. Diamond's new play at off-Broadway's Second Stage will also star Mahershala Ali, Anne Son and Tessa Thompson, under Kenny Leon's direction.Read more

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  6. 'King Charles III': Theater Review

    3:00 pm 11/1/2015

    Mike Bartlett imagines a near future in which Britain's royal heir, played by Tim Pigott-Smith, struggles to claim the crown after decades of waiting in the wings. Read more

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  7. 'Dear Elizabeth': Theater Review

    9:48 am 10/30/2015

    A rotating cast of stars appears in Sarah Ruhl's theatrical adaptation of the correspondence between famed poets Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell. Read more

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  8. Benedict Cumberbatch Says "F— the Politicians" in Post-'Hamlet' Plea for Syrian Refugee Aid

    8:36 am 10/30/2015

    While asking for donations from London’s Barbican Theatre stage, he also called it an "utter disgrace of the British government" for not doing more to pacify the crisis.Read more

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  9. Keira Knightley on the Lack of Women Playwrights on Broadway: "There Are Very, Very Few" Interesting Roles

    11:57 pm 10/29/2015

    "We need to be telling stories about women and for women," said Knightley's co-star Gabriel Ebert. "This is an important time to educate girls and give them heroines they can believe in."Read more

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  10. 'Therese Raquin': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 10/29/2015

    Keira Knightley makes her Broadway debut as a woman who escapes her stultifying marriage for another kind of hell in this new adaptation of Emile Zola's novel.Read more

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