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  • 'American Idiot' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

     
    The pre-Broadway buzz about "American Idiot" has been almost as loud as the show's pumped-up score. After all, this ode to youthful alienation is based on a 2004 album by the popular punkers Green Day --some of whose fans cheer,......
  • Can 'American Idiot' win over Tony Awards voters?

     
    "American Idiot" opened Tuesday night to strong enough reviews in a weak theater season that it is now one of the front-runners to win best musical at the upcoming Tony Awards. The production is based on Green Day's mega-hit CD of the same name, which...
  • Stark Sands learns to rock out in Broadway's 'American Idiot'

     
    Among the grungy, bed-headed cast members of Broadway's "American Idiot," there's a clean-cut young man whose wholesome good looks and white-bread innocence stand out like a Sunday school teacher in a mosh pit. Stark Sands, 31, plays the role of......
  • Monster Mash: Green Day's surprise ending; new song by Stephen Sondheim; Chris Noth to Broadway

     
    --Bonus tracks: After "American Idiot's" last curtain call Thursday, the punk band Green Day -- whose 2004 album inspired the new Broadway show -- took the stage and treated the audience to a few songs. (New York) --Special delivery: Broadway's......
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Green Day rocks 'American Idiot' | 'Lost' found all over ABC sked | Tony Awards out west

     
    • Green Day gave the audience at Thursday night's performance of "American Idiot" on Broadway a special treat as they performed two songs during the curtain call. They played the title track from the 2004 album that is the backbone of this new musical...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Oscar loser 'Avatar' is Blu-Ray winner | 'Glee' serenades America | New York drama critics reveal awards on Friday

     
    • Chatting to Jay Bobbin, Emmy champ Kiefer Sutherland admits he was caught off guard when filming finally finished on the last hour of "24," which is signing off after eight seasons: "I thought there was still one shot left. Just as I walked out on the...
  • Can Denzel Washington climb 'Fences' to Tony Awards?

     
    "Fences" -- the 1987 Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winner by August Wilson -- opened Monday to rave reviews for its first rialto revival. Two-time Oscar champ Denzel Washington was praised for his performance as Troy, a one-time baseball star turned...
  • Will 'Enron' electrify Tony Awards voters?

     
    Although the hit West End play "Enron" opened on Broadway on Tuesday to mixed reviews, it remains a front-runner in the race for the top prize at the Tony Awards. This ambitious production uses music, dance and video to tell the tale of the infamous...
  • Experts predict Tony Award nominations

     
    There's a lot of drama surrounding the Tony Award nominations, which will be unveiled Tuesday. Take, for example, the battle over best musical. The pundits cited below are split over eight contenders to take those four category slots. "American Idiot"...
  • Linda Lavin could collect second Tony Award for 'Collected Stories'

     
    Rave reviews for her performance in "Collected Stories" could win Linda Lavin her second Tony Award as best actress in a play. The revival of this 1997 Pulitzer Prize finalist from Donald Margulies stars Lavin as a respected writer battling a onetime...
  • New York Drama Critics Circle snub Tony Award contenders to name 'The Orphans' Home Cycle' best play

     
    For the second year in row, the New York Drama Critics Circle spurned all the Broadway fare to find the winner of their best play award. (Here is a ballot-by-ballot breakdown of the voting.) This year's champ is the last work from the late Horton Foote, a...
  • 'American Idiot' doesn't score with Tony Awards

     
    The Tony Awards administration committee rules on eligibility as well as category placement. On Friday, the committee considered the music scores of various shows. Missing from the list of possible nominees was "American Idiot" which is ineligible for the...