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Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015

“It Shoulda Been You” Splits From Broadway

“It Shoulda Been You” Splits From Broadway

The wedding comedy will take its last walk down the aisle at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on Aug. 9.

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Couple Weds at "It Shoulda Been You"

Couple Weds at "It Shoulda Been You"

A Connecticut couple said "I do" on stage after the Broadway musical.

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

Review: David Hyde Pierce Directs "It Shoulda Been You"

Review: David Hyde Pierce Directs "It Shoulda Been You"

The "Frasier" star is behind-the-scenes for a musical farce that would fall flat if not for a cast that includes Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris.

Tuesday, Dec 23, 2014

10 Unforgettable Theater Performances of 2014

10 Unforgettable Theater Performances of 2014

We count our favorite theater performances of the year, both on and off-Broadway.

Sunday, Jun 15, 2014

Andrew Rannells is Your New Hedwig

Andrew Rannells is Your New Hedwig

Plus drama for the Tony Awards and closing dates for “Buyer & Cellar” and “Mothers and Sons.”

Monday, Mar 24, 2014

Review: Tyne Daly, in "Mothers & Sons"

Review: Tyne Daly, in "Mothers & Sons"

Terrence McNally glances over his shoulder and then looks straight ahead in his 20th Broadway play, which features Broadway's first legally married gay couple.

Tuesday, Aug 20, 2013

Tyne Daly to Headline New McNally Drama

Tyne Daly to Headline New McNally Drama

The veteran stage and screen actress will star in "Mothers and Sons," playing a woman who visits her late son's former lover and his new family

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