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Maureen Arthur, Actress in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,’ Dies at 88

Maureen Arthur, who starred on Broadway and the big screen as the ambitious mistress and secretary Hedy La Rue in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, has died. She was 88. Arthur died Wednesday of natural causes at her home in Beverly Hills after a long bout with Alzheimer’s disease, her brother Gerald […]

‘Naked Singularity’: Film Review | San Francisco 2021

John Boyega plays a New York public defender drawn into a dangerous heist in this crime thriller adapted from Sergio De La Pava's novel, also starring Olivia Cooke and Bill Skarsgård.

‘Our Mother’s Brief Affair’: Theater Review

Linda Lavin stars as a dying woman looking to shift the perspective on her legacy of bitterness in Richard Greenberg's memory play.

Broadway Preview: Steve Martin, Saoirse Ronan, Lupita Nyong’o Make Spring Debuts

THR looks ahead at the productions still to come in the 2015-16 theater season, starting Jan. 14 with 'Noises Off.'

Broadway’s New Season Takes Shape as Game-Changing Musical ‘Hamilton’ Charges In

George Takei's 'Allegiance,' Gloria Estefan's 'On Your Feet!' and 'The Color Purple' starring Jennifer Hudson will also contribute to a schedule in which diversity casting hits new heights.

Linda Lavin Returns to Broadway in ‘Our Mother’s Brief Affair’

The Richard Greenberg play will open in January, 2016, in a Manhattan Theatre Club production directed by Lynne Meadow.

‘Mulaney’ Actor Joins Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro in ‘The Intern’

Rene Russo, "Girls" actor Andrew Rannells, and "Workaholics" co-creator Anders Holm have also boarded the comedy.

‘Once’ Leads the Pack With 11 Tony Nominations

In addition to the Irish romance, the musicals "Nice Work If You Can Get It," "Follies," "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" and "Newsies" and the plays "Peter and the Starcatcher" and "Death of a Salesman" dominated a wide spread of nominees for this year's Tony Awards.

‘The Lyons’: Theater Review

Linda Lavin leads the ensemble as a scaldingly blunt Jewish mother in this black comedy by Nicky Silver about family disfunction and self-preservation, transferring to Broadway after a hit run downtown.

‘Other Desert Cities’ Theater Review: ‘Brothers & Sisters’ Creator Explores U.S. Politics Through One Family

This stimulating if unfocused play is given a deluxe production by Lincoln Center Theater.