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‘It Shoulda Been You’: Theater Review

David Hyde Pierce directs a talented ensemble of comedy pros including Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris and Edward Hibbert in this new musical about the troubled impending nuptials of a Jewish bride and Catholic groom.

James Earl Jones Gets “Most Improbable” Musical Tribute from the Drama League

“My character in 'You Can't Take It With You' has a line: 'If this keeps on, I want to live to be 150.' I couldn't say it any better than that."

David Hyde Pierce to Make Broadway Directing Debut on ‘It Shoulda Been You’

Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris will star as warring mothers in the new musical comedy about wedding-day insanity

‘Mothers and Sons’ Calls It Quits on Broadway

The Tony-nominated play, which stars Tyne Daly, Frederick Weller and Bobby Steggert, will close on June 22 after two months of playing to houses of 50 percent capacity or less.

Tonys: Actress Nominees Share Their Intros to New York, Broadway Debuts (Video)

THR debuts an 11-minute bonus feature from the first-ever Tonys Actress Roundtable with Tyne Daly, Idina Menzel and more, which was released last week.

Tonys Actress Roundtable: 6 of Broadway’s Leading Ladies on Their Noms, Pet Peeves and Pee Breaks (Video)

2014 Tony nominees Tyne Daly, Sutton Foster, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Idina Menzel, Jessie Mueller and Kelli O'Hara sat down with THR's Scott Feinberg to discuss their lives, their work and the roles for which they could win on June 8.

Mothers and Sons: Theater Review

Tyne Daly, Frederick Weller and Bobby Steggert star in Terrence McNally's new play, which returns to characters first encountered in his 1988 one-act, "Andre's Mother."

Tyne Daly Signs With Innovative (Exclusive)

The Tony-winning actress will star in “Mothers and Sons” on Broadway next spring.

‘Mothers and Sons’ Brings Tyne Daly Back to Broadway

The Emmy- and Tony-winning actress will star in the new play by Terrence McNally, opening in spring 2014.

Tony Awards 2012: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises

Tyne Daly, Rachel Griffiths, Samuel L. Jackson, Angela Lansbury, Alan Rickman and Ricky Martin are among shutouts from the shortlist, while the positioning of James Earl Jones in lead rather than featured-actor stakes gives him steep odds to overcome.

Emmy Icons Reveal 10 Tips For Hollywood Greatness

In the The Hollywood Reporter's special 4-cover Emmy issue, an elite group explain how the sometimes life-changing Emmy helped them make a real impact on their industry.