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Aug 18, 2014

Review: "Poor Behavior," by Theresa Rebeck

Review: "Poor Behavior," by Theresa Rebeck

The prolific playwright's latest comedy asks us to consider which is more important: feeding your immediate desires, or protecting the people already in your corner?

Aug 14, 2014

Broadway Cast of "Aladdin" Pays Tribute to Robin Williams

Broadway Cast of "Aladdin" Pays Tribute to Robin Williams

The man who gave voice to "Aladdin's" Genie to create one of Disney's most beloved characters was paid a touching tribute in a rousing audience singalong of "Friend Like Me" at the Broadway musical...

Aug 11, 2014

"Fun Home" Finds Broadway Home

"Fun Home" Finds Broadway Home

Plus Melanie Griffith rumored for "Pippin," and Kathie Lee Gifford is writing a "Today Show" musical?

Aug 12, 2014

In The Wings: Meet Jonathan Freeman, "Aladdin's" Jafar in Movie and on Broadway

In The Wings: Meet Jonathan Freeman, "Aladdin's" Jafar in Movie and on Broadway

The story of the genie and his magic lamp has been packing the house of "Aladdin" on Broadway since the show opened a few months ago. Lurking in the corner of it all is the exquisite evilness of

Aug 7, 2014

Review: Julia Stiles in "Phoenix"

Review: Julia Stiles in "Phoenix"

Modern mating rituals and their unexpected ramifications get a once-over in Scott Organ's engaging, but ultimately overwrought dark comedy.

Aug 8, 2014

Larry David Penning Own Broadway Debut

Larry David Penning Own Broadway Debut

The "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" scribe will star in a self-written new play, "Fish in the Dark," opening this March.

Aug 8, 2014

"Lion King" Cast Surprises Subway Riders

"Lion King" Cast Surprises Subway Riders

Some unsuspecting New Yorkers were treated to a surprise performance from the megahit Broadway musical "The Lion King" when cast members took over a subway car and sang "Circle of Life." The...

Aug 7, 2014

First Broadway Revival of "Side Show" Set

First Broadway Revival of "Side Show" Set

Bill Condon will make his Broadway directorial debut in the new staging of the cult musical about Depression-era vaudeville conjoined twins.

Aug 5, 2014

Review: John Lithgow as "King Lear"

Review: John Lithgow as "King Lear"

The two-time Tony winner offers a distinctly physical monarch in the tragedy's first SITP appearance in some 40 years.

Aug 7, 2014

Keke Palmer Stepping Into “Cinderella”

Keke Palmer Stepping Into “Cinderella”

The actress, recording artist and talk show host will step into Cinderella's glass slippers come September to become Broadway's first black Cinderella. She'll be joined by former "View" co-host Sherri...

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Central Park Robber Puts Men in Chokeholds: NYPD

Central Park Robber Puts Men in Chokeholds: NYPD

Police are looking for a man they say robbed two men walking in Central Park late at night this week, putting both in chokeholds before stealing the bags they were carrying.

Man Killed in Boat Explosion at NY Marina

Man Killed in Boat Explosion at NY Marina

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Rabid Raccoon Found in Brooklyn

Rabid Raccoon Found in Brooklyn

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Palestinian Flag Unfurled From Manhattan Bridge

Palestinian Flag Unfurled From Manhattan Bridge

Police say they're investigating after activists unfurled a giant Palestinian flag from the Manhattan Bridge for a short time Wednesday afternoon during a march in support for those in Gaza.

Ebola Patient Dr. Kent Brantly to Leave Hospital Today

Ebola Patient Dr. Kent Brantly to Leave Hospital Today

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Some Staten Island Businesses to Close for Garner March

Some Staten Island Businesses to Close for Garner March

Some Staten Island businesses say they'll close shop during this weekend's march for Eric Garner.