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“Fun Home” and “An American in Paris” Lead 2015 Tony Nominations

The biographical musical about the life of graphic artist Alison Bechdel and the stage adaptation of the 1951 MGM musical each earned 12 Tony nominations, including honors for Best Musical. »

Cumming, Chenoweth to Host 2015 Tony Awards

Cumming, Chenoweth to Host 2015 Tony Awards

Two Broadway babies will lead the ceremony for Broadway's biggest night. »

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How to Make a Mint Julep, Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby

The mint julep is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. Learn how to make your own at home while you watch. »

Off-Broadway Play "The Fantasticks" Offered a Lifeline

Off-Broadway Play "The Fantasticks" Offered a Lifeline

The off-Broadway phenomenon "The Fantasticks" won't be closing next month after all — thanks to a pair of fantastic fans. »

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Eat Like The Louisville Locals Do

Chef Edward Lee gives us a tour of some authentic Kentucky Derby food and drink. We visit Wagner's Pharmacy, Muth's Candy and Milkwood Restaurant. »

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Did Jimmy Fallon Steal Fran Lebowitz's Apartment?

Fran Lebowitz confronts Jimmy Fallon about him making an offer on an apartment she really wanted and stealing her name for his baby. »

National Zoo Wants You to See This Panda Inseminated

National Zoo Wants You to See This Panda Inseminated

The National Zoo's female giant panda, Mei Xiang, has been artificially inseminated twice in the past two days, in hopes of bringing another beyond-adorable cub into the world. »

Review: "Airline Highway"

Review: "Airline Highway"

A group of misfits assemble at a seedy hotel to bid farewell to an iconic burlesque performer, in a colorful character study by Lisa D'Amour. »

Review: Chita Rivera in Kander & Ebb's "The Visit"

Review: Chita Rivera in Kander & Ebb's "The Visit"

The two-time Tony winner returns to Broadway as the world's wealthiest woman, who will give the destitute people of her hometown a fortune—but there's a favor she asks in return. »

Review: Easygoing "Something Rotten!"

Review: Easygoing "Something Rotten!"

The Bottom Brothers need to write a hit play, but they're stuck in the shadow of Renaissance rock star William Shakespeare in an over-the-top comedy from the director of "The Book of Mormon." »

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