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Saturday, Apr 30, 2016 at 03:49 PM EDT

Tony Committee Rules ‘Shuffle Along’ a New Musical

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met April 29 to determine final eligibility rulings for the 2016 Tony Awards. »

'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' Revival Coming to NYC

'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' Revival Coming to NYC

The production, also starring Janet McTeer, transfers from London's Donmar Warehouse. »

‘Matilda’ Saying Goodbye to Broadway

‘Matilda’ Saying Goodbye to Broadway

The musical based on the beloved Roald Dahl story will close this January. »

'Hamilton' Creator Celebrates Immigrants in Kennedy Prize Speech

'Hamilton' Creator Celebrates Immigrants in Kennedy Prize Speech

Composer and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda has accepted one of the largest prizes given for the stage by celebrating immigrants, saying that his creation of the Broadway smash "Hamilton" was sparked by learning... »

Diane Lane Revisiting ‘Cherry Orchard’

Diane Lane Revisiting ‘Cherry Orchard’

Oscar nominee Diane Lane made her Broadway debut as a child actress, in the 1977 production of Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard.” Now, the “Unfaithful” and "Batman v Superman: Dan of Justice" star will... »

Tax Day 2016 Freebies: Here's the List

Tax Day 2016 Freebies: Here's the List

Great news, procrastinators!

Tax Day is Monday, April 18, this year, so last-second filers had a little extra time to knock them out. »

Review: Frank Langella in 'The Father'

Review: Frank Langella in 'The Father'

The three-time Tony winner brings trademark versatility to a dementia-themed drama by French playwright Florian Zeller. A rare glimpse of what mental deterioration must be like, from a patient's view. »

Big Changes Ahead for 'Hamilton' Lotto

Big Changes Ahead for 'Hamilton' Lotto

The $10 ticket lottery to Broadway's smash hit "Hamilton" is returning to the Richard Rodgers Theatre — for one day a week. »

Manhattan, Chicago Are Priciest Places to Wed: Survey

Manhattan, Chicago Are Priciest Places to Wed: Survey

Manhattan and Chicago are the two most expensive places to get married in the United States, but the affair will likely cost a pretty penny no matter the location, according to a new survey. »

Review: This 'Crucible' Has an Otherworldly Edge

Review: This 'Crucible' Has an Otherworldly Edge

Belgian director Ivo van Hove continues his busy season with a surprisingly pliant interpretation of Arthur Miller's 1953 tale of the Salem witch trials. Outstanding performances, but without the snowballing... »

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