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  • Stars To Turn Out For Phylicia Rashad At Westport Event

    Stars To Turn Out For Phylicia Rashad At Westport Event
    Westport Country Playhouse is known for bringing out the big names for its annual fundraiser. This year’s lineup celebrating the career of actor-director Phylicia Rashad on Sept. 16 includes: Lin-Manuel Miranda (Tony Award-winning composer/...
  • Broadway Concert Pays Its Respects To Sandy Hook

    Broadway Concert Pays Its Respects To Sandy Hook
    It was an out-of-town Broadway show that closed in one night, but those in the audience are likely to remember it for a long time because the show was produced just for them. Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell sang "The Impossible Dream."...
  • ‘Fringe’: September reveals secret notebook in new episode

     
    A book originally marketed to “Fringe” fans has become a part of the show that inspired its creation. “Fringe: September’s ......
  • ‘Fringe’ finale: 10 episodes, 60 images to salute sci-fi series

     
    Much in the same way its spiritual predecessor “The X-Files” paired the paranormal with the procedural, “Fringe” — the spectacular ......
  • Michael Douglas Gets Monte Cristo Award At O'Neill Theater Fund-Raiser

    Michael Douglas Gets Monte Cristo Award At O'Neill Theater Fund-Raiser
    "Tonight brings back a lot of memories," said Michael Douglas as his wife, Oscar and Tony Award-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, handed him the Monte Cristo Award for his contributions to the theater Monday night in New York. The duo was the center...
  • Yale Grad Da'Vine Joy Randolph Nominated For A Tony

     Yale Grad Da'Vine Joy Randolph Nominated For A Tony
    Last May, Da'Vine Joy Randolph graduated from the Yale School of Drama, unclear what her future as an actor would hold. On Tuesday morning, she was nominated as best featured actor in a musical for her performance in "Ghost: The Musical," in a role of...
  • Drury Lane serves up a riveting, blood-red 'Sweeney Todd'

    Drury Lane serves up a riveting, blood-red  'Sweeney Todd'
    Blood-red chaos — "a city on fire" — is as crucial to any production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's "Sweeney Todd" as those silver razers are to the famously vengeful barber whose inhospitable tonsorial parlor lies at the core of...
  • ‘Fringe’ Friday: Chatting with Saturn Award winner Anna Torv

     
    “Was I rude there?” I didn’t know what to expect when I sat down to speak with Anna Torv. Would she be cool and serious, like Olivia? Or bold and cavalier like Fauxlivia? For all I knew, the actress’ personality......
  • Monster Mash: Michael Jackson art donated to children's hospital

     
    Arts news: Children's Hospital Los Angeles gets artwork from Michael Jackson's family. New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art reported that its recent Alexander McQueen fashion exhibition drew 661,509 visitors, making it the eighth-most-visited show in the...
  • Arts on TV: Tom Waits; the New York Philharmonic; Julie Andrews

     
    New Year's Eve TV programming...
  • ‘Fringe’ recap: Astrid action

     
    Finally! I’ve been saying since day one that ‘Fringe’ needed an Astrid-centric episode. I track the Astrid Action every week. In the first few season, Astrid battled for screen time, let alone character development. In season two ,...
  • ‘Fringe’ recap: End of September

     
    There have been rumors of the imminent cancellation of "Fringe" since, well, probably the first episode. When it moved from Tuesdays to Thursdays, it was on its last legs. Then when it got bumped to the Friday night death slot,......