'The Big Knife' With Bobby Cannavale Ending Broadway Run 2 days ago
It's curtains for "The Big Knife": The revival of Clifford Odets’ excoriation of Hollywood mores will end its Broadway...
By Brent Lang
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At 36, Bloom will be an old Romeo
Richard Griffiths won a Tony Award for "The History Boys"
"Gigi" could hit Broadway in 2013-2104 season
Justices repeatedly raise procedural questions about a case involving the legality of California’s ban on same-sex marriages
Annette O'Toole will co-star in "Always… Patsy Cline" alongside "American Idol" Season 9 runner-up Crystal Bowersox
"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" picks up eight nominations
Montie will be replaced by Moo in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
The three previous Tony Award winners will be honored on the 67th Annual Tony Awards, to broadcast on June 9 from Radio City Music Hall
Critics weren't so crazy about "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clark as Holly Golightly or the latest Broadway adaptation of the Truman Capote novel
Weep, theater fans, weep
Janis Joplin, the Bee Gees and radio address by President Eisenhower also make the cut
NBC enlists "Smash" and "Book of Mormon" stars -- and America shrugs. Maybe a cannibal psychiatrist can help
MOCA board says it should remain an "independent institution"
The "Bridesmaids" star and Elmo cut up a rug
The iconic singer-songwriter will be first rock star in the century-old arts organization
Richard Burton famously left Sybil Christopher for Elizabeth Taylor in 1963, but his ex-wife went on to be a successful night club owner and theater producer
Judge upholds previous decision that defendants' use of a seven-second clip of Ed Sullivan’s introduction of the Four Seasons didn't infringe copyright
"Fifty Shades of Grey: Inner Goddess (A Journal)" will be a writing guide for aspiring authors of bestselling, sexually-tinged fan fiction
I envy (and support) the Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's insistence on going home to her young kids at 5:30 on many days -- but it’s just not feasible for most of us
Comic genius Mel Brooks shows no signs of slowing down at 86
"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon's new play, "The Parisian Woman," is set in Washington just like his "Farragut North"
Fred Weller and Josh Hamilton will appear in "Reasons to Be Happy," the Neil Labute sequel to "Reasons to Be Pretty"
Los Angeles County Museum of Art CEO Michael Govan has reached out the Museum of Contemporary Art with a formal merger proposal
Elizabeth Olsen, the star of "Martha Marcy May Marlene," will appear in the title role in the Classic Stage Company production of "Romeo & Juliet"
James Franco says he will play George in the John Steinbeck classic "Of Mice and Men" on Broadway and invites Stephen Colbert to join him
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