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A $3 million state grant would mean that the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford could begin a major expansion that would accommodate the establishment of a new musical theater program for undergraduates.
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This 2001 photo provided by The Second City shows Bernard Sahlins, the co-founder of Chicago's Second City theater.
7 hrs ago | Seattle Times
There were smiles at many Broadway box offices last week as a big financial bounce followed the Tony Awards, with the biggest winners being "Pippin," "Matilda the Musical" and "Motown the Musical."
7 hrs ago | News Times
This June 9, 2013 file photo shows Patina Miller accepting her Tony Award for best actress in a musical for her role in "Pippin" at the 67th Annual Tony Awards in New York.
7 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
There were smiles at many Broadway box offices last week as a big financial bounce followed the Tony Awards, with the biggest winners being "Pippin," ''Matilda the Musical" and "Motown the Musical."
11 hrs ago | Seattle Times
National Theatre Live, which broadcasts stage shows from England to movie screens worldwide, said Monday that its June 13 live broadcast of Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II in the play "The Audience" has captured its largest audience to date.
15 hrs ago | The Summit Daily News
Daily file photo/Mark Fox The Lake Dillon Theatre Company has been appointed Colorado's newest Actors' Equity union theatre.
MCC Theater presents a one-night-only reading of Playwright-in-Residence Neil LaBute 's The Mercy Seat June 17 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher Street.
The Westport Country Playhouse Sunday symposium series, an interview following the opening week Sunday matinee, today focused on the art of theater comedy from the perspective of Murray Biggs , Yale University associate prrofessor of English and theater.
Written bySir Noel Coward as a vehicle for his own multifaceted talents, the 1939 comedy "Present Laughter" has proven irresistible to many of the larger-then-life leading men of stage and screen, who find in its portrait of an aging matinee idol just the sort of send-up they can sink their teeth into.
It's more than a play. It's an icon. "Grease" is part of the American culture and theatrical vocabulary in ways that most plays never are.
Twenty-three contestants modeled outfits provided by Richland Mall merchants Saturday afternoon, from casual shorts and tops to sundresses and skinny jeans in front of a crowd of well-wishers.
"Gypsy." "Follies." "West Side Story." Did you know these three landmark shows did not win the Best Musical Tony Award? Peter Filichia does and he's fashioned a volume, "Stripper, Showgirls, and Sharks," that looks at these and other titles that were passed over for that award.
A sellout crowd helped kick off the Dean Martin Day Hometown Celebration Friday at Froehlich's Classic Corner Restaurant.
At a recent rehearsal of the Gardner Community Theatre's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Rich Enfield interacts with Joseph, played by Michael Fibelkorn, and Pharoah, played by Brian Fibelkorn.
Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill and Emma Watson play versions of themselves in this Hollywood satire.
Clark Richey has nearly finished one of his projects to revitalize Main Street in downtown Baldwyn by opening up a community theater.