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  • Dispatch from New York: Shakespeare in the heat

     
    For more than 50 summers, Shakespeare in the Park has been a New York experience like none other. This summer, Shakespeare in the Park on a 100-plus degree night took that only-in-New York tradition to a new level. One of......
  • Critic's Notebook: Al Pacino in 'The Merchant of Venice'

     
    Al Pacino's Shylock is the talk of New York at the moment, at least when the conversation turns away from the insufferable heat wave. His performance in the Public Theater’s production of Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” (running in rep........
  • What do Al Pacino and Maggie Smith have in common?

     
    Al Pacino ("You Don't Know Jack") and Maggie Smith ("Capturing Mary") are the only two Emmy champs among the 10 nominees for lead performances in telefilms and mini-series. Both are also among the 17 performers to win the triple crown of acting. Pacino...
  • Nifty Emmy facts about 'Glee,' 'Lost' and 'The Good Wife'

     
    Our Emmy guru Chris "Boomer" Beachum notes these fascinating Emmy factoids: ● The comedy lead actress race has three former "Saturday Night Live" cast members as nominees (Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Amy Poehler). ● "Glee" received nominations...
  • My Emmy nominations predictions: 79% correct

     
    OK, I was behaving quite cheekily when I promised 100% accuracy with my Emmy nominations predictions, but I did score quite well: 79%. Of my 101 predix, 80 proved to be correct. There turned out to be two more nominations in these categories, thanks to...
  • Poll: Will Emmy's biggest loser Bill Maher ever win?

     
    Bill Maher is already Emmy's biggest loser with 22 nominations and zero wins (Susan Lucci won on nom No. 19). Last week, he got a chance to add to that losing record with four more Emmy Awards nominations for writing and producing both "Real Time With...
  • Emmys love for Oscars continues with 12 nominations

     
    The Academy Awards ceremony is the most honored television program in the history of the Emmy Awards. The annual celebration of the best in movies has racked up 46 wins out of 195 nominations from the television academy. That puts it nine Emmys ahead of...
  • Poll: Will 'So You Think You Can Dance' upstage 'Dancing With the Stars' and the Oscars at the Emmys?

     
    "So You Think You Can Dance" and "Dancing with the Stars" both earned a pair of Emmy Awards nominations for choreography this year. While "SYTYCD" has won this award for the last three years running, "DWTS" has been an Emmy wallflower for four years in...
  • Actresses make for dramatic supporting Emmy race

     
    The honor roll for the supporting actress in a drama series category at the Emmy Awards is almost as varied as the one for actors. The first winner of the supporting actress in a drama series award in 1979 was Kristy McNichol ("Family"), who had also...
  • Drama supporting actors prove Emmy winners not always TV reruns

     
    One of our top Emmy Awards gurus -- forums moderator Chris "Boomer" Beachum -- deftly disproves the notion that the Emmys anoint the same winners year after year. Although the likes of Don Knotts ("The Andy Griffith Show") and John Larroquette ("Night...
  • Emmys love only a few funny featured fellows

     
    Since it was created in 1979, the supporting actor in a comedy series category at the Emmy Awards has been dominated by just a few good men. Indeed, only 18 men have prevailed in the 31 races, including four-time champs John Laroquette ("Night Court") and...
  • Nothing funny about repeat winners in comedy supporting actress Emmy race

     
    Since the supporting actress comedy category was established at the Emmy Awards in 1979, just 19 women have taken home this award. Funny ladies Rhea Pearlman ("Cheers," 1984-86, 1989) and Doris Roberts ("Everybody Loves Raymond," 2001-03, 2005) each won...