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Lin-Manuel Miranda reflects on the day of the Tony Awards

Lin-Manuel Miranda reflects on the day of the Tony Awards at "Lin-Manuel Miranda in Conversation with Chris Jones" at the Civic Opera House Sept. 23, 2016.

Betty Buckley Promises Stories, Songs And Inspiration In NYC

From “Cats” to “Sunset Boulevard” and everything in between, Betty Buckley boasts one of the most storied careers in modern musical theater. When the Tony Award winner discusses her body of work, however, she sees herself as the master...Show More Summary

Sara Bareilles & Cynthia Erivo Sing for Michelle Obama at Broadway Event!

Michelle Obama gives Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo a big hug while appearing on stage at the Broadway Shines Light on Global Girls’ Education event on Monday (September 19) at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in New York City. The First Lady of the United States hosted the event, which was held in the Broadway [...]

Jill Soloway, Tony Hale, Derek Hough honored for advocacy ahead of Emmys

Emmy winners Tony Hale, Jill Soloway and Derek Hough have a prestigious addition to their trophy cases. The trio was among Friday's honorees at the second annual Television Advocacy Awards. The pre-Emmy ceremony organized by TV Guide, TV Insider and the entertainment industry advocacy group Creative...

Musical Something Rotten! to close on Broadway on Jan. 1

The Tony Award best musical nominee Something Rotten!—a valentine to Broadway shows—will close on the Great White Way early next year. Kevin McCollum, the Tony-winning producer whose... To view the full story, click the title link.

The most coveted award in Hollywood is one you've probably never heard of

The biggest honor in entertainment isn't TV's Emmy, or Broadway's Tony, music's Grammy, or even film's Oscar. It's all four together: the EGOT. That grand combination of Hollywood's greatest performance prizes is called the EGOT as an acronym representing all four of the above awards. Show More Summary

Tony-Winning Play The Humans to Close in January

Head on over to your preferred ticketing Realtor fast, because ticket prices for The Humans are about to skyrocket. Last year's Tony Award–winner for Best Play is set to close on January 15 at the Schoenfeld Theater, a spokesperson confirmed to the New York Times. The Stephen Karam–penned play, which our ... More »

Emmys: Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes Among Final Group Of Presenters

The Television Academy has announced the final group of presenters for Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards. Kyle Chandler, Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes, Michelle Dockery, Minnie Driver, Tony Goldwyn, Terrence Howard, Allison Janney, RamiShow More Summary

Jack Hofsiss, Tony Winning Director Of ‘The Elephant Man’, Has Died At 65

UPDATE 9:15 P.M. with more information. Jack Hofsiss, an expert in human frailty who in 1979 became the youngest director to win the Tony Award for his staging of The Elephant Man and later helmed the Jill Clayburgh film I’m Dancing As Fast As I Can, died this morning at his Manhattan home. Show More Summary

Broadway Box Office Slips 14% As Tourists Split & ‘Fun Home’ Passes

Jeanine Tesoro and Lisa Kron’s Fun Home was something of a miracle, a small stall in the noisy Broadway bazaar selling intimacy, feeling and a coming-of-age tale on a scale that seldom attracts uptown crowds and Tony Awards. And yetShow More Summary

Better than Bryan Cranston? Star of South Coast Rep's 'All the Way' delivers a most convincing LBJ

There should be a special award for when one actor wins the Tony, but then another actor still finds a way to kill the role — to act the heck out of it and to make it new. I'd nominate Hugo Armstrong, who stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's Tony-winning "All the Way" at South Coast...

Our Red Carpet Correspondent Iain Armitage Just Landed A Role In The Upcoming Netflix Film Our Souls at Night!

We are so unbelievably proud of him! Recently, our good friend and Tony Awards correspondent Iain Armitage just booked a role in the upcoming Netflix feature film Our Souls At Night! Related: Iain Armitage Just Scored A Big TV Role! Based off the 2015 novel by Kent Haruf, Iain will be sharing the screen with legends Robert [...]

‘Roots’ Actor Accused of Bigamy

An actor who was a part of the original “Roots” miniseries in 1977 is being accused of bigamy. Actor, dancer and singer Ben Vereen, a Tony Award winner and three-time Emmy nominee, allegedly spent 36 years married to two women....

Katy Perry Made Us Sob [Video]

Well, Katy Perry just won the person of the year award. Watch as Ms. Perry give Tony Marrero, an Orlando nightclub shooting survivor, an amazing gift on Ellen’s show the other day. Related on EcoSalon Sex by Numbers: The American Girl’s Guide to European Men Celebrity Endorsements are a Huge […] The post Katy Perry Made Us Sob [Video] appeared first on EcoSalon.

Bye-Bye, Baby: Broadway’s ‘Jersey Boys’ To Close After 11 Years

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The jukebox musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons opened on Nov. 6, 2005, and won four Tony Awards, including for best new musical, in 2006. It is now the 12th-longest-running show in Broadway history; at its closing [on Jan. 15], it will have played 4,642 performances.”

‘Jersey Boys’ Will Close in January

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

The jukebox musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons opened in 2005 and won four Tony Awards in 2006. It is the 12th-longest-running show in Broadway history.

Jerry Jones on Tony Romo: You don't have to go 'circumcising the mosquito'

Here’s a nominee for Sports Quote of the Year (which should be an award) courtesy of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who spoke (...)

Coupled Up: Birdman Shows Up To Support His Bae Toni Braxton As She’s Honored At BMI Awards

Toni Braxton And Metro Boomin’ Win Top Prizes At BMI R&B/HipHop Awards Toni Braxton and Birdman are still going strong… So strong that this photo definitely deserves a caption. The couple enjoyed a night out this week along with the

Mr. Robot’s Michael Cristofer on Philip Price’s Relationship With Whiterose and Why the E Corp CEO Has No Fear

When Michael Cristofer signed on to play Phillip Price, E Corp’s CEO, last year, he was arguably the most accomplished member of the Mr. Robot cast. His 1977 play, The Shadow Box, won a Tony award for best play, and earned Cristofer a Pulitzer. On Robot, while he only had ... More »

AWARDS SEASON 2016: Tony Award Nominees

The Tony Award nominees are out, and no one is surprised that Hamilton not only got the most nominations, but with 16 nods, also beat the record for most Tony nominations (the record was previously held by The Producers and Billy Elliot.) Trailing just behind Hamilton were Shuffle Along with 10 nominations and She Loves Me with 8. Show More Summary

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