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The 2013-14 Broadway season is only half over, but there have already been enough vibrant performances, ranging from excellent to dazzling, to fully stock the lead-actor-in-a-play category at the Tony Awards.
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Now open in Irish cinemas, Nebraska sees legendary character actor Bruce Dern hitting the road, and the Oscar trail.
THEY'RE the filthy rich stars who land the top roles. But these Hollywood heavyweights don't always make as much as you'd expect.
The revoltin' developments keep coming for the Chester Rileys today and even the Jim Andersons are feeling not quite as smart as 60 years ago.
Tonight at the Gene Siskel Film Center, the Northwest Chicago Film Society presents Ernst Lubitsch's Ninotchka , screening in a new 35mm print.
Tonight's Saturday Night Cinema unprecedented double feature is in tribute to today's anniversary, December 7. The second selection is Midway .
The ratings success of "The Sound of Music" on NBC suggests there's a huge audience for more musicals on television.
Are we headed back to the Golden Age of television? NBC's live staging of The Sound Of Music , a throwback to the 1950s era of live TV musicals, drew a big 4.6 rating in adults 18-49 last night and 18.5 million viewers, giving NBC something it had not seen in a long while - a dominating win on Thursday night.
Alexander Payne, the American director of Sideways and About Schmidt, provides a real return to form with Nebraksa.
It's a rare treat on Broadway to have two groups of actors tackling plays in repertory.
Directed by Frank Borzage, the film , basedon Hemingway's 1929 novel about alove affair between an American ambulance driver and an English nurse in Italy during World War I, received Academy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Sound, and was nominated for Best Picture and Best Art Direction.
There'll be no shortage of star power at the upcoming Gypsy of the Year competition, the annual Broadway talent show benefitting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Linda Eder will perform popular standards and holiday favorites at The Ridgefield Playhouse on Sunday, Dec. 8. Photo: Contributed Photo Kathleen Kruze is a Brookfield singer-songwriter who seamlessly melds folk, blues, jazz and soul styles, with upbeat original lyrics, catchy backing beats and a pop diva's vocal ability.
As everyone is excited by the live Sound of Music tonight, you can watch a streaming version of the last big live TV event: Stephen Frears' 2000 remake of Fail Safe , staring George Clooney, Richard Dreyfuss, and Harvey Keitel, among a whole host of others.
Variety reports that Tony Award winner Jeremy Irons has signed on to co-star in THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY , the biopic of renown Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.