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Ellen Burstyn, David Hyde Pierce Join in Marathon Reading of Elie Wiesel’s ‘Night’

The Sunday event, commemorating both International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the author's death in July, also featured entertainment and media figures including Joel Grey and Ann Curry — whose mother spent time in an American internment camp during World War II.

12 of the Most Eagerly Anticipated New York Stage Shows of Spring 2017

Plays by Tracy Letts, Martin McDonagh, August Wilson, John Guare, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams are high on the must-see list of THR's chief theater critic, as well as two Stephen Sondheim musicals, a new show by David Byrne, and the return of beloved Broadway divas Bette Midler, Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole.

‘A Life’: Theater Review

David Hyde Pierce plays a lonely man who seeks answers with astrology in Adam Bock's new drama, 'A Life,' directed by Anne Kaufman.

Bette Midler in ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Smashes Broadway Record

Tickets for the spring musical revival produced by Scott Rudin went on sale Saturday, exceeding $9 million on the first day of availability.

David Hyde Pierce Joins ‘Hello, Dolly!’ on Broadway

Bette Midler will star in Jerry Zaks' revival of the beloved musical at the Shubert Theater, starting in March.

ABC’s Gay Rights Mini Enlists Michael K. Williams, Sets All-Star Guest Cast

Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell, Denis O'Hare and David Hyde Pierce will guest in Dustin Lance Black's 'When We Rise.'

‘Ripcord’: Theater Review

Marylouise Burke and Holland Taylor wage war over desirable elder-care quarters in David Lindsay-Abaire's new comedy, directed by David Hyde Pierce.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’: TV Review

Netflix’s very funny "Wet Hot American Summer" revival revisits the denizens of Camp Firewood fourteen years later and two months earlier.

Summer Guide to Broadway: First Looks, Family-Friendly Shows and Tony-Winning Dramas

THR breaks down what's buzzy on Broadway, including ballet-driven romance, irreverent religious satire, heartwarming musicals and even an early contender for the 2016 Tonys.

‘It Shoulda Been You’ to Bid Goodbye to Broadway

After struggling at the box office, the musical comedy directed by David Hyde Pierce and starring Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris will play its final performance on Aug. 9.

‘It Shoulda Been You’ Star Tyne Daly Gives Emotional Curtain Speech After Gay Marriage Ruling

"Hate is very strong, but love is stronger," she told the audience, connecting the ruling to her own marriage.

Tony Awards 2015: ‘It Shoulda Been You’s’ Lisa Howard Belts Out “Jenny’s Blues” (Video)

The new David Hyde Pierce musical comedy follows the troubled impending nuptials of a Jewish bride and Catholic groom.