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Rep Sheet Roundup: Paradigm Hires Music Agents Ali Hedrick and Trey Many

Paradigm has hired music agents Ali Hedrick and Trey Many, whose clients include Sufjan Stevens, The New Pornographers, Death Cab for Cutie and Fleet Foxes.

‘Once’ to End Broadway Run

Based on director John Carney's 2007 Oscar-winning film, the show will close Jan. 4

Marketa Irglova to Release Second Solo Album, Tour to Follow (Audio)

Half of Swell Season, the star of "Once" readies "Muna" for release Sept. 23 on Anti-, with tour starting Oct. 8 in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Critic’s Notebook: Top Five Parodies in ‘Forbidden Broadway’

A New York theater institution since 1982, the annual roast skewers everyone from Idina Menzel and Neil Patrick Harris to Mandy Patinkin and Carrie Underwood.

Glen Hansard, Iron & Wine’s Sam Beam Enliven Crowd at Sayers Club

The duo played acoustic sets at the Hollywood venue on Friday night.

NY Drama Critics Honor ‘Once’, ‘Prophet’, ‘Tribes’

The group also awarded special citations to the Signature Theatre Company and to veteran director Mike Nichols for career achievement.

Tony-Nominated Musical ‘Once’ to Hit the Road

The intimate emo-musical based on Fox Searchlight's Irish indie sleeper hit will embark on a national tour starting in summer 2013.

Nerve Damage Halts Eddie Vedder’s Tour Plans

Arm pain tied to a recent back injury forces the Pearl Jam frontman to push back his 23-date solo tour that was to kick off Tuesday. Manager cites "intensity of the injury."

Once: Theater Review

A Sundance discovery and a breakout hit for Fox Searchlight in 2007, the Irish indie movie has become a captivating Broadway musical, with a superb cast of actor-musicians led by Steve Kazee and Cristin Milioti.

SXSW 2012: 10 Must-Hit Music Parties

From Fiona Apple to Jack White to Perez Hilton, there are plenty of options for the thousands of eager ears descending on Austin for South By Southwest this week.

THR Critic David Rooney’s Top 10 Theater Productions of 2011

It was the explosion of new plays more than musicals that distinguished 2011 on New York stages.

Once: Theater Review

UPDATED: A Broadway transfer was officially confirmed soon after the opening-night curtain went up; "Once" will move to the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre beginning previews Feb. 28 for a March 18 opening.