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‘A Bright Room Called Day’: Theater Review

Oskar Eustis directs the first major NYC revival of 'A Bright Room Called Day,' the 1985 debut from Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Angels in America' author Tony Kushner, in a revised version featuring a stand-in for the playwright commenting on the action.

‘The Land’: Sundance Review

Writer-director Steven Caple Jr. puts a quartet of Cleveland teens in over their heads when they use a stolen drug stash to finance their skateboarding aspirations.

‘Indignation’: Sundance Review

Screenwriter, producer and industry executive James Schamus moves into directing with this fine adaptation of Philip Roth's novel about an independent-minded youth chafing against 1950s rigidity.

‘Jenny’s Wedding’: Outfest Review

Katherine Heigl plays a lesbian planning a big fat gay wedding — much to her Midwestern family's discomfort — in Mary Agnes Donoghue's dramedy.

James Schamus’ Directorial Debut ‘Indignation’ Rounds Out Its Cast

Tracy Letts, Linda Emond and Danny Burstein join Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon in the 1951-set drama.

Critic’s Notebook: Emma Stone in ‘Cabaret’

The actress currently onscreen in ‘Birdman’ makes her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in the hit revival directed by Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall.

It’s Official: Emma Stone Comes to the ‘Cabaret’

The actress will make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles, starring opposite Alan Cumming in the hit revival of the classic Kander & Ebb musical

Tony Awards: ‘Gentleman’s Guide,’ ‘Hedwig’ Dominate 2014 Nominations

Neil Patrick Harris, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Chris O'Dowd, Sutton Foster and Woody Allen are among the contenders for Broadway's top honors in a wide-open season, with Mark Rylance landing a double nod.

‘Cabaret’: Theater Review

Michelle Williams makes her Broadway debut opposite Alan Cumming in this electrifying revival of Kander & Ebb's Berlin-set musical, directed by Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall.

Philip Seymour Hoffman: A Theater Appreciation

UPDATED: Broadway will dim its lights Wednesday evening in memory of the Oscar-winning actor, who earned the most recent of his three Tony nominations for Mike Nichols' 2012 revival of "Death of a Salesman."

‘Death of a Salesman’: Theater Review

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Linda Emond and Andrew Garfield star in Mike Nichols' powerful Broadway revival of the 1949 Arthur Miller drama about the tragedy of the common man.