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Some New York theater venues are vast. The Lyric Theatre, where On the Town is playing, seats more than 1,900. Others are teensy. A couple of miles downtown, thrill-seekers squeeze into HERE’s downstairs space, the Dorothy B. Williams Theatre (63 seats and eight stools)
Jim Parsons talks Twitter, God and acting on Broadway
David Javerbaum is bringing the Almighty One to the Great White Way, with The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons, last seen on Broadway in Harvey, stepping into those made-of-clouds-and-dreams shoes and answering burning, age-old questions.
Post-Tony nomination massacres
It’s a grim annual ritual: Tony Award nominations come out and snubbed shows start dropping like flies. Yesterday it was Living on Love, the Renée Fleming vehicle that received less than loving responses, struggled at the box office, and then gave up after garnering zero nods
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Susan Sarandon hosts a powerful new play about Ugandan child soldiers
Although Anne Hathaway is currently playing a troubled drone pilot in the Public Theater’s Grounded, and the Culture Project has a movement-theater piece based on a horrific gang rape in India, hard-hitting issue plays are frustratingly rare in New York.
Duet with superdivas Patti LuPone and Bridget Everett
Yesterday was the birthday of two of the most exciting women in show business: brassy Broadway legend Patti LuPone, the star of Evita and Gypsy; and bawdy alt-cabaret powerhouse Bridget Everett
The year in Shakespeare on Broadway and Off, at the movies and on TV
Wednesday night, Broadway holds its collective breath for reviews of the season’s most buzzed-about shows—Something Rotten!. The Elizabethan-set spoof is about a couple of London playwright-brothers squirming in the shadow of Shakespeare, who decide that the only way to beat the Bard is by presenting the world’s first musical.