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  1. 'Skylight': Theater Review

    10:53 pm 6/18/2014

    Stephen Daldry's London revival of David Hare's 1995 drama—about estranged lovers fighting it out over life choices—stars Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy.Read more

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  2. 'The Last Confession': Theater Review

    2:44 pm 6/17/2014

    English actor David Suchet, best known for his long-running TV role as Agatha Christie's detective Poirot, stars in a story of corruption at the Vatican.Read more

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  3. Jake Gyllenhaal to Make Broadway Debut in 'Constellations'

    9:00 am 6/12/2014

    The actor will reteam with playwright Nick Payne and director Michael Longhurst, with whom he collaborated on the American premiere of Payne's "If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet."Read more

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  4. ‘Wolf Hall/Bring Up the Bodies’: Theater Review

    4:16 pm 5/29/2014

    Hilary Mantel’s prize-winning historical novels are masterfully compressed into a bloodthirsty six-hour court soap opera by the Royal Shakespeare Company.Read more

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  5. Kevin Spacey's Old Vic Successor Named

    9:05 am 5/22/2014

    UPDATED: "Matilda" director Matthew Warchus will lead the London theater starting in the fall of 2015.Read more

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  6. National Theater to Roll Out Movie Adaptation of Stage Production 'London Road'

    7:22 am 5/9/2014

    The move builds on relationships forged between the British theater and U.K. exhibitors following the success of its National Theatre Live program.Read more

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  7. Hugh Jackman to Return to Broadway in 'The River'

    9:53 pm 5/8/2014

    The Tony-winning actor will star opposite Laura Donnelly and Cush Jumbo in Jez Butterworth's enigmatic drama about a solitary man caught between two women.Read more

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  8. Playwright Charles Marowitz Dies at 80

    12:21 pm 5/7/2014

    A veteran of the London and Los Angeles scene, he mounted plays all around the world and wrote “Sherlock’s Last Case,” which bowed on Broadway in 1987.Read more

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  9. '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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  10. Simon Cowell-Backed 'X Factor' Parody Musical Closes in London

    5:20 pm 4/27/2014

    The show, closing after only six weeks, had been struggling to fill seats despite generally positive reviews.Read more

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