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  • TV Picks: 'Wrong Mans,' TV Guide, 'MasterChef Jr.,' 'Burning Love'

    TV Picks: 'Wrong Mans,' TV Guide, 'MasterChef Jr.,' 'Burning Love'
    "The Wrong Mans" (Hulu, beginning Monday). James Corden and Mathew Baynton, both from Britain's "Gavin & Stacey," co-wrote and costar in this fine action comedy, co-produced by Hulu and the BBC. As the title suggests, it's Hitchcock times two, comically....
  • "One Man, Two Guvnors" Get Encore Film Presentation From National Theatre Live

    "One Man, Two Guvnors" Get Encore Film Presentation From National Theatre Live
    Did you miss “One Man, Two Guvnors” (and James Corden’s Tony Award-winning performance) on Broadway.? The production closes Sept. 2. Nicholas Hytner directs Richard Bean’s very funny take on Goldoni’s “A Servant and Two...
  • Gordon Davidson is still giving to theater

    Gordon Davidson is still giving to theater
    Founder of the Mark Taper Forum, éminence grise of the regional theater movement, crusading champion of Los Angeles theater, Gordon Davidson was put in an unusual position last fall at USC's School of Dramatic Arts: He had to explain who he was to a group...
  • Fox's 2013-14 TV schedule brings back '24'

    Fox's 2013-14 TV schedule brings back '24'
    Calling its 2013-14 schedule Fox’s “biggest investment in original programming in our history,” Entertainment Chairman Kevin Reilly on Monday presented the network’s plans to launch original shows over all 12 months of the year....
  • Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win

    Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win
    NEW YORK — What with "Ghost,""Lysistrata Jones" and other wearying disappointments, the 2012-13 Broadway season hardly will go down as a banner year for new American musicals. Indeed, should the best-musical Tony Award go, at Sunday night's...
  • 'Once' in a lifetime night at 2012 Tony Awards; 'Clybourne Park' wins best play

    'Once' in a lifetime night at 2012 Tony Awards; 'Clybourne Park' wins best play
    Broadway fell fast for "Once," the melancholy but moving movie-to-musical about a lovelorn Irish street musician and his Czech guardian angel, which scooped Disney's chirpier "Newsies: The Musical" for the award for best musical at the 2012 Tony Awards....
  • 'End of the Rainbow': magic, heartbreak in Judy Garland portrayal

    'End of the Rainbow': magic, heartbreak in Judy Garland portrayal
    NEW YORK — Judy Garland, often drunk and occasionally disheveled, in Peter Quilter's biographical drama "End of the Rainbow," is rummaging for booze in her suite at the Ritz hotel. She's wired, and not simply because of the pills she can't seem to...
  • 2011 year in review: Best in theater

     
    Theater critic Charles McNulty names the best plays he saw in 2011....
  • Stephen Sondheim awarded Sheridan Morley Prize for biography

     
    Stephen Sondheim has been awarded the Sheridan Morley Prize (named for the late British theater critic) for Theatre Biography....
  • Neil Patrick Harris: Simply the best awards show host

     
    Audra McDonald left ABC's "Private Practice" to return to the stage for "Porgy and Bess." For her dynamic Bess, she earned a record fifth Tony, tying her with Lansbury and Julie Harris for most wins by an actor....
  • Culture Watch: NT Live's broadcast of 'One Man, Two Guvnors'

     
    NT Live's broadcast of its current hit, “One Man, Two Guvnors," begins Thursday, Sept. 15....
  • Judy Greer and company keep CBS' 'Mad Love' feeling fresh

    It's a time-proven format for romantic comedy: Balance the more or less conventional love story between one couple with a more volatile relationship between their best friends. Shakespeare used it brilliantly in "Much Ado About Nothing," where...