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Sep 11, 2014

“High School Musical” Star Graduates to Broadway

“High School Musical” Star Graduates to Broadway

Vanessa Hudgens will make her Broadway debut in new revival of "Gigi."

Sep 9, 2014

Michael C. Hall Is Your New Hedwig

Michael C. Hall Is Your New Hedwig

The "Dexter" star will take over the title role in the Tony-winning musical revival.

Sep 4, 2014

Review: "The Wayside Motor Inn," by A.R. Gurney

Review: "The Wayside Motor Inn," by A.R. Gurney

A.R. Gurney's 1977 play, enjoying a nifty revival at Signature Center, has 10 actors in five distinct stories sharing the stage—and the set’s one room—at the same time.

Sep 4, 2014

NeNe Leakes is Cinderella’s Next Wicked Stepmother

NeNe Leakes is Cinderella’s Next Wicked Stepmother

The RHOA star will make her Broadway debut in the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical.

Sep 4, 2014

Carey Mulligan Taking “Skylight” to Broadway

Carey Mulligan Taking “Skylight” to Broadway

The Oscar nominated actress will reprise her role in the transfer of the hit London play.

Sep 4, 2014

See Allison Williams as Peter Pan

See Allison Williams as Peter Pan

The "Girls" star is the boy who won't grow in the first official photo from NBC's upcoming "Peter Pan Live!"

Sep 3, 2014

Michael Cera Relocates to Brooklyn

Michael Cera Relocates to Brooklyn

Brooklyn currently has a love affair with facial hair, is awash with hipsters, tons of kale — and now 100 percent more Michael Cera.

Aug 21, 2014

"Cabaret" Welcomes Emma Stone

"Cabaret" Welcomes Emma Stone

The "Easy A" actress will step into the role of Sally Bowls starting this November.

Aug 20, 2014

Schilling, Dinklage Team Up for Play

Schilling, Dinklage Team Up for Play

The "Orange is the New Black" and "Game of Thrones" Emmy nominees will co-star in "A Month in the Country" at the Classic Stage Company this winter.

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?

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Mom Arrested in Death of Girl, 4, at Homeless Shelter: Police

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FAQ on Spread of Ebola After NYC Doc Diagnosed

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