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Feb 28, 2014

Review Roundup: "Ode to Joy," with Kathryn Erbe

Review Roundup: "Ode to Joy," with Kathryn Erbe

Critics lauded the performances from Erbe, Arliss Howard and Roxana Hope, but were mixed on Craig Lucas' story about addiction and its impact on our personal relationships.

Feb 28, 2014

“Annie” Tour Strikes New Deal

“Annie” Tour Strikes New Deal

The hard-knock-life for “Annie” continues as creators take control of tour direction.

Feb 27, 2014

Review: "Dance" Contestant Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee

Review: "Dance" Contestant Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee

Plawright David Henry Hwang revisits the life of quick-fisted martial arts icon Bruce Lee in “Kung Fu,” now enjoying its world premiere at the Signature Center.

Feb 26, 2014

“Can-Can,” “Hunchback” Highlight Paper Mill's New Season

“Can-Can,” “Hunchback” Highlight Paper Mill's New Season

The New Jersey theater takes on four musicals and a Tony-winning play.

Feb 22, 2014

Will Audra McDonald Play Billie Holiday?

Will Audra McDonald Play Billie Holiday?

Plus “Bronx Bombers” strikes out, Kids Night on Broadway begins, and your first look at Disney’s “Aladdin”

Feb 20, 2014

"Bridges" Review: Romance? They've Got it Covered

"Bridges" Review: Romance? They've Got it Covered

Kelli O'Hara and Steven Pasquale will make you swoon and sigh in the Jason Robert Brown-Marsha Norman collaboration that first debuted in Williamstown.

Feb 20, 2014

Review: "4 Noses" a Tribute to Singer's Mom

Review: "4 Noses" a Tribute to Singer's Mom

Jonatha Brooke's heartfelt, often hilarious new play chronicles the "daily theater" of caring for a loved one with dementia.

Feb 19, 2014

“After Midnight” Picks Its Next Guest Vocalist

“After Midnight” Picks Its Next Guest Vocalist

Multi-Platinum recording artist and actress Vanessa Williams will join Broadway’s “After Midnight" this April.

Feb 19, 2014

Two TV Hits Prep Stage Rebirths

Two TV Hits Prep Stage Rebirths

Creators of "Scrubs" and "Pushing Daisies" are working on stage musical versions of their television hits.

Feb 18, 2014

Review: "Bikeman" Pedals Toward the 9/11 Inferno

Review: "Bikeman" Pedals Toward the 9/11 Inferno

Veteran TV producer recounts his experience at Ground Zero in the form of an epic poem inspired by Dante.

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