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  • 'Red' and star Alfred Molina win gold from Drama League

     
    The Drama League has bestowed its prestigious performance prize on Tony nominee Alfred Molina for his portrayal of the abstract expressionist Mark Rothko in "Red." This transfer from London's Donmar Warehouse also won the best play award for John Logan....
  • Tony Awards 2010: Chat with 'Red' stars Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne

     
    After winning best play at the Outer Critics and Drama Desk Awards, "Red" is the front-runner to win top prize over "Next Fall," "Time Stands Still" and "In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play" at the Tony Awards on June 13. Alfred Molina's portrayal of...
  • Your Tony Awards guide: From 'Memphis' to Green Day, an unusual year for the musicals

     
    Derrick Baskin, Cass Morgan, James Monroe Iglehart and J. Bernard Calloway in "Memphis." • In advance of the Tonys, what Broadway shows will make it to Chicago and when (posted June 4) NEW YORK — Since musical scores are the......
  • Art review: 'Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective' @ MOCA

     
    Arshile Gorky was an essential pivot in Modern abstract art -- a critical hinge between rarefied European aesthetics before World War II and a more muscular, thoroughly American variety that emerged after, in the late 1940s and 1950s. That's the......
  • 'Red,' 'Memphis win top Tony Awards

     
    After winning best play at the Outer Critics and Drama Desk Awards, "Red" took the top prize at the Tony Awards. This two-hander about abstract artist Mark Rothko and his assistant was the front-runner and was the unanimous choice of our pundits. "Red"...
  • Scarlett Johansson and Eddie Redmayne win first two acting Tony Awards

     
    Both Scarlett Johansson and Eddie Redmayne won Tony Awards for their Broadway debuts. The four-time Golden Globe nominated actress featured in this season's acclaimed revival of "A View From the Bridge." She wowed the tough New York theater crowd as the...
  • 2010 Tony Awards: 'Memphis' rocks, Logan paints the Tonys 'Red'

     
    "Million Dollar Quartet" cast member Levi Kreis shares the keyboard with Tony Awards host Sean Hayes at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night. Kreis won the award for best featured actor in a musical for his role as Jerry......
  • Live coverage: the Tony Awards from New York

     
    8:20 p.m.: “Memphis” took home the award for best new musical at the 64th annual Tony Awards, bringing its total wins to four for the evening. The production, which had a staging at the La Jolla Playhouse before moving to......
  • Monster Mash: 'Red,' 'Memphis' win Tonys; Getty CEO James Wood mourned; new orchestra leader in Philly

     
    Tony winners: "Red," a drama about Mark Rothko; "Memphis," a musical inspired by an episode from the birth of rock 'n' roll; and "Fences," the August Wilson revival with Denzel Washington are big Tony winners as Hollywood stars prosper. (Los......
  • Gold rush for 'Red' at Tony Awards

     
    "Red" -- the John Logan two-hander about abstract artist Mark Rothko and his assistant -- was the big winner at Sunday's Tony Awards, prevailing in six of its seven bids: best play, featured actor (Eddie Redmayne), director (Michael Grandage), lighting...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Justin Bieber rocks Much Music Awards | 'Red' in the black | 'Mad Men' returns July 25

     
    • Hometown favorite Justin Bieber was a big winner at Sunday's Much Music Awards in Toronto. These kudos are the Canadian equivalent of the MTV VMAs. Bieber won for best video by a Canadian ("One More Time"), favorite video ("Baby"), and favorite new...
  • Music review: 'Einstein' at the beach

     
    So “Baby Einstein” won’t make your kids smarter after all. Last week, the Walt Disney Co. confessed that plopping kids in front of its video does not count as instant education and offered to refund gullible parents their money. But......