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Tony Awards 2012

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."

Peter and the Starcatcher: Theater Review

The national tour of Broadway's Peter Pan prequel arrives at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown L.A.

Disney to Take ‘Newsies’ on the Road

The Tony-winning Broadway musical, adapted from the 1992 Christian Bale movie, will launch its North American tour in October 2014, officially opening in Philadelphia.

Domesticated: Theater Review

Jeff Goldblum and Laurie Metcalf play a political power couple struggling with damage control in this new comedy from "Clybourne Park" playwright Bruce Norris.

Venus in Fur: Cannes Review

Emmanuelle Seigner and Mathieu Amalric star in this French-language film from Roman Polanski, about an auditioning actress turning the tables on her director.

Broadway Star Joins Johnny Depp in ‘Into the Woods’

UPDATE: Studio says no deal is in place with Tony-winner James Corden.

‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’ Quits Broadway

The Tony-winning Gershwin musical, which originally starred Matthew Broderick and Kelli O'Hara, will play its final performance June 15.

David Rooney on the Record Year in New York Theater

THR's theater critic rounds up his picks for the top stage productions of 2012, both on Broadway and Off.

Hollywood on Broadway: A Year of Hits and Misses

Jessica Chastain, Katie Holmes, Andrew Garfield, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jim Parsons, Al Pacino, Debra Winger and Paul Rudd were among the film and TV names emblazoned on New York theater marquees in 2012.

Disney’s ‘Newsies’ Recoups in Record Time

A surprise success story for the studio's stage division, the show has recovered its capitalization faster than any Broadway production in Disney Theatrical's history.

‘Honeymooners’ Musical to Hit San Diego with an Eye toward Broadway

Tony Award winner Michael McGrath takes on the role of Ralph Kramden in this new musical comedy based on Jackie Gleason's legendary 1950s television series.

Blythe Danner Takes ‘Nice Work’ on Broadway

The veteran stage, screen and TV actress will play a 12-week stint in the Gershwin musical "Nice Work If You Can Get It," which stars Matthew Broderick.