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The Grammy-winning singer bid $6,000 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. read more
Taylor Swift took some time off her busy schedule to spend time with her family. Swift was photographed with her parents and brother leaving a restaurant earlier this week and attending a Broadway play starring Hugh Jackman.
During a Christmas Eve performance of Hugh Jackman's Broadway play, The River, Taylor Swift donated $6,000 in exchange for the T-shirt Jackman wore onstage. Jackman auctioned off various articles of clothing to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Show More Summary
It looks like Taylor Swift and her family are spending Christmas in New York City! Here they are going to see ‘The River’ on Broadway. These pictures were taken on Christmas Eve. RELATED: Taylor Swift does lunch with the family. I’m loving that coat. This season, statement coats have become so popular, you practically need […]
Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods arrives on the big screen 27 years after it opened on Broadway - and with the same second-act problems that have plagued it through the years. Adapted to the screen by Rob Marshall (for whom his first...Show More Summary
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Taylor Swift poses with Hugh Jackman following a performance of the actor’s Broadway show The River on Wednesday afternoon (December 24) at the Circle in the Square Theatre in New York City. The 25-year-old singer attended the show with her younger brother Austin and her parents, Andrea and Scott. After the performance, she did something [...]
Taylor Swift caught a Christmas Eve performance of Hugh Jackman’s new Broadway play 'The River' — and she didn’t leave empty-handed.
“The 39 Steps” will return to the New York stage in April, when it is scheduled to open at the Union Square Theater.
Lindsay Lohan is dreaming of bright lights and treading the boards in New York! That's right, she wants to star on Broadway!! And no, we're not joking. [ Related: Lindsay Lohan Killed It Second Night Of Speed-The-Plow! ] Lindsay is hoping to get a little hep from self-proclaimed "fairy godmother" Oprah Winfrey! An insider said: "Oprah bought the rights to several [...]
Emma Stone is full of holiday cheer! The lovely actress, who is currently starring in Broadway's Cabaret, stepped out in NYC's West Village on Monday with her scruffy homeless friend boyfriend, Andrew Garfield. [ Related: Emma Tells Letterman She Didn't Know The Term ‘Selfie' Existed! ] Stone flashed a cute smile for the cameras as she walked hand-in-hand [...]
Like a parched soul left adrift on a desert isle where all Broadway show tunes have been banished, I now realize how thirsty I have been for movie musical refreshment. “Les Miserables” feels as if it came out ages ago and, as much as...Show More Summary
The show will continue a United States tour after it closes on Jan. 4.
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Michael Keaton had to do a lot in making Birdman, his awards-contending new film, including “many, many” walks down Broadway in his underwear to please his director, says producer John Lesher in this clip from Deadline's Oscar showcase, The Contenders. Other stars include Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis and Naomi Watts. Show More Summary
Famed Broadway performer Audra McDonald wanted to understand how she could help homeless LGBT youth. So she went to live with them for a night. read more
"I am convinced that most people do not grow up... what we do is mostly grow old," said Maya Angelou. Actually, just ask actress Laura Benanti about when she goes home for the holidays. "My dad actually reads Twas Night Before Christmas to my mom, sister and I in our bed. Show More Summary
She’s always up for a good show, and Taylor Swift seemed to be having a blast at the Celebrities Visit Broadway shindig in Manhattan last night (December 22). The “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer hung out backstage at “Beautiful” onShow More Summary
Kelly Clarkson took a trip to the ER before she hit the stage for her Miracle on Broadway show. According to People magazine Clarkson spent the morning in the ER, which she addressed the crowd at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. “Y’all, I spent all morning in the ER! But don’t worry. Show More Summary