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Theater

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And the Nominees Are…

This morning, GLAAD announced the nominees for the 23rd Annual Media Awards. There will be three events in New York, Los Angeles in San Francisco […]

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Broadway Star’s Gay Rights Anthem

“My hope for this song [is] to engage and excite people who are ready to speak out about equal rights,” says Gavin Creel, a Broadway […]

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Prop 8: The Play

Morgan Freeman, Cheyenne Jackson, Ellen Barkin and others can be seen in a trailer for the play 8 – written by Dustin Lance Black, the […]

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“Body Awareness” at the Wilma Is More Than Just Masturbation Jokes

It’s Body Awareness Week at Shirley State College. Organized and lead by psychology professor Phyllis (Grace Gonglewski), it is to be a week of discussion, […]

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Gladiator Scribe to Write Screenplay for Jersey Boys Film Adaptation

“Are you not entertained?” If not, maybe you’re just waiting for Gladiator scribe John Logan to take a stab at bringing the sights and sounds […]

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HughE Dillon: Sandra Bernhard at the Painted Bride

Last night, quirky, brilliant comedian Sandra Bernhard opened “I Love Being Me, Don’t You?” at the Painted Bride. The show runs through this Saturday (1/14). […]

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Must-See Theater: “Hair” Revival at the Academy of Music

For years, the musical Hair has seemed liked a dated, time-bottle musical—filled with drugs, hippies, Vietnam, and a Godspell-ian, tribal cast. Opening the same year […]

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Bucks County Playhouse Lives!

A group of investors has purchased the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. After more than 70 years of business, the venue closed last year […]

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The King and I Reminds You Why You Love Rodgers and Hammerstein

Long before vengeful barbers, masked opera men, and barricades invaded the musical theater stage, there were overtures, entr’actes, and dream ballets. Before Sondheim, Weber, and […]

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Haley Joel Osment Shines in “Red”

It should not be as powerful as it is. After all, it is just two actors painting a canvas red. And yet, with frenetic classical […]