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NBC's 'Great News,' Starring Andrea Martin, is a Charming but Uneven Sitcom

NBC's 'Great News,' Starring Andrea Martin, is a Charming but Uneven Sitcom

By Jason St. Amand |
From the minds behind "30 Rock," including Tina Fey, the new NBC comedy "Great News" is a bumpy ride but showcases the talents of the always-fabulous Andrea Martin.

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Watch: Pilot for 'Nunsense: The TV Series' Begins Streaming Tuesday Online

Watch: Pilot for 'Nunsense: The TV Series' Begins Streaming Tuesday Online

Apr 25
Hold onto your habit and clutch those rosaries. The internationally acclaimed musical "Nunsense" is making it to the small screen with "Nunsense: The TV Series."

 Review :: Little Foxes
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Review :: Little Foxes

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 25
For a nation currently enduring the capricious wills of a powerful family whose self-interests seem to trump both ethical and moral considerations, the political climate has never been better for a restaging of Lillian Hellman's "Little Foxes."

Mayor Bill Blasio to Proclaim April 21 'Dolly Day'
New York City, NY

Mayor Bill Blasio to Proclaim April 21 'Dolly Day'

Apr 21
To commemorate Thursday's official opening of "Hello, Dolly!" starring Bette Midler on Broadway, Mayor Bill de Blasio will officially proclaim today, Friday, April 21, "Dolly Day" in New York City.

Watch: 'Broadway Bares' Goes Collegiate with 'Strip U'  Trailer

Watch: 'Broadway Bares' Goes Collegiate with 'Strip U' Trailer

Apr 20
Check out the BMOC (Big Men On Campus) in the promo trailer released for "Broadway Bares Strip U"

 Review :: Indecent
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Review :: Indecent

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 18
The immensely talented lesbian playwright Paula Vogel stages her latest play, "Indecent," a look at Yiddish author Sholem Asch's seminal three-act play, "The God of Vengeance," and the beautiful lesbian love story at its heart.

Kevin Spacey to Host the Tony Awards Show

Kevin Spacey to Host the Tony Awards Show

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 18
Kevin Spacey has been picked to host this year's Tony Awards, putting the award-winning star of "House of Cards" in the unenviable position of steering a telecast surely facing a post-"Hamilton" hangover.

Catholic Extremists Protest Atlanta Production of Gay Biblical Comedy

Catholic Extremists Protest Atlanta Production of Gay Biblical Comedy

Apr 18
A Pennsylvania-based extremist Catholic group that once tied tornadoes in Illinois to gay marriage is up in arms about a play performed by an LGBT theater company 700 miles away in Atlanta, which they deem to be blasphemous.

UK Actor Leaves Behind TV Version Of Acclaimed Stage Role

UK Actor Leaves Behind TV Version Of Acclaimed Stage Role

Apr 16
British actor Tim Pigott-Smith left behind a TV adaptation of one of his most acclaimed stage performances, the title role in "King Charles III."

'Groundhog Day' Show Will Go On, Star a Question Mark

'Groundhog Day' Show Will Go On, Star a Question Mark

Apr 16
Producers of the Broadway musical "Groundhog Day" said it will open as planned, but injured star Andy Karl's status was unclear.

Big Wigs Buzz About a Babs Return to Broadway

Big Wigs Buzz About a Babs Return to Broadway

Apr 12
With Bette Midler currently tearing up the boards nightly in the title role in "Hello Dolly," can a Streisand return to the Broadway stage be far behind?

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