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Monday, Jun 10, 2013

"Pippin," Lauper Wins Make for Tony's Best Moments

"Pippin," Lauper Wins Make for Tony's Best Moments

Tom Hanks didn’t win a Tony, Cicely Tyson did, and the sentimental American musical “Kinky Boots” upset the tight British import “Matilda” for the evening’s top prize

Friday, Apr 26, 2013

Review: "Pippin" Has a Magic Touch

Review: "Pippin" Has a Magic Touch

Diane Paulus' kinetic revival of the 1970s coming-of-age musical thrills with its signature Fosse moves and breathtaking acrobatics

Wednesday, Mar 27, 2013

Q&A: Patina Miller Finds the Simple Joys in “Pippin”

Q&A: Patina Miller Finds the Simple Joys in “Pippin”

The first-ever revival of “Pippin” makes its way to Broadway in April, with Tony-nominee Patina Miller (“Sister Act”) leading audiences on a journey exciting, mystic and exotic

Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013

"Pippin" Casting Complete

"Pippin" Casting Complete

The entire original cast of the American Repertory Theater’s “Pippin" will recreate their performances for the first-ever Broadway revival of the Stephen Schwartz musical, which begins previews March 23 at...

Tuesday, Jan 8, 2013

"Pippin" Finds Its Corner of Broadway

"Pippin" Finds Its Corner of Broadway

They’ve got parts to perform and hearts to warm: the first revival of the popular Stephen Schwartz musical comes to the Music Box in March

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Ithaca College Student Killed in Brawl on Cornell Campus

Ithaca College Student Killed in Brawl on Cornell Campus

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Man Attempts to Kidnap Girl at US Open Kids Event: Police

Man Attempts to Kidnap Girl at US Open Kids Event: Police

Authorities are searching for a man who attempted to kidnap a young girl in Queens at a U.S Open event for children.

Cop Drags Man from Tracks Seconds before Train Arrives

Cop Drags Man from Tracks Seconds before Train Arrives

A New Jersey Transit police officer spotted a man lying on the railroad tracks in Secaucus and managed to pull him to safety mere seconds before a train passed by.

Marchers Barely Protest for Right to Go Topless

Marchers Barely Protest for Right to Go Topless

A few dozen women, and some men, went topless Sunday afternoon as they walked down Broadway in New York City. It was part of GoTopless Day, which calls for women to have as much right as men to be bare-chested...

Trump Could Win Big Even If He Loses Election

Trump Could Win Big Even If He Loses Election

With recent polls showing Hillary Clinton maintaining a sizable lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, many Democrats are predicting a landslide win in November. But if Trump does lose, he's unlikely to...

Team Wins NY's First LL World Series Title in 50 Years

Team Wins NY's First LL World Series Title in 50 Years

A team from the Southern Tier hamlet of Endwell has given New York State its first Little League World Series championship in more than 50 years.