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Elton John's 26th Oscars viewing party raises $5.9 million for his AIDS Foundation

Nearly 1,000 invitees to Elton John’s 26th Academy Awards viewing party raised $5.9 million for his AIDS Foundation on Sunday night in West Hollywood. The tony gathering under white tents set up in West Hollywood Park drew its own bevy of celebrities from film, music, TV and other realms. Among...

One Celebrity Big Brother Surprise That Helped Marissa Jaret Winokour Win Out

CinemaBlend recently spoke with the Tony Award winning actress and CBB winner, where she revealed one aspect of the competition that helped her win.

Rita Moreno's Oscars Outfit Was the Same She Wore in 1962

To present the award for best foreign language film at Sunday night's Oscars ceremony, Rita Moreno went retro. The 86-year-old Puerto Rican actress and singer, the only Latin artist who has an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), wore the same dress she wore to the 1962 Academy Awards, when she...

All 12 Hollywood Stars Who Have an EGOT

Few clubs in Hollywood are as exclusive as the one reserved for EGOT winners. The acronym refers to winning the grand slam of all four major entertainment awards in a competitive category of the Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, and Tonys. That...Show More Summary

The director of last year's infamous Oscars telecast looks back on the wild 'La La Land'-'Moonlight' mix-up that ended up winning him an Emmy

Glenn Weiss has made a career directing some of the most nerve-racking live television shows ever created. Working on the Emmy Awards, Tony Awards, American Music Awards, BET Awards, the Super Bowl Halftime Show, and New Year’s Rockin’...Show More Summary

Nanette Fabray, 3-time Emmy winner as Sid Caesar’s comic foil on TV, dies at 97

Ms. Fabray also won a Tony Award and became a lifelong advocate for people with hearing loss.

Emmy Award Winner Nanette Fabray, Star Of Stage And Screen, Dies At 97

Emmy Award and Tony winner Nanette Fabray, known for her roles as Bonnie Franklin’s mother on One Day at a Time, Mary Tyler Moore’s mother on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and the mother of Shelley Fabares’ character (who was also her niece in real life) on Coach, has passed away at the age of 97 in her home in Palos Verdes, California. Show More Summary

Nanette Fabray Dies: Stage And TV Comic Actress Was 97

Nanette Fabray, a Tony Award winner at 28 and the TV moms of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and One Day at a Time in the 1970s, died Thursday at her Palos Verdes, California home. She was 97, and her death was confirmed by her son, Dr. Jamie MacDougall. Fabray’s stage successes were many and spanned decades. Show More Summary

Actress Nanette Fabray, who won Tony and Emmy awards, dies at 97

Nanette Fabray, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical comedy star whose work with Sid Caesar on the classic 1950s TV comedy-variety show “Caesar’s Hour” earned her three Emmy Awards and a lifetime of television work, has died. She was 97. Fabray, whose early hearing problem spurred her to become...

On Broadway, gender inequality touches every stage of the industry

Anyone who watches the Tony Awards every year will notice the dearth of women nominees in nonperformer categories, especially writing and directing. Last year, Rebecca Taichman became only the sixth woman to win a Tony for best direction of a play. Show More Summary

Jan Maxwell, Acclaimed Stage Actress, Is Dead at 61

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Ms. Maxwell, a longtime favorite of critics, earned five Tony Award nominations in seven years, including two in one season.

Bette Midler, Sharon Stone Buddy Up For ‘Tale Of The Allergist’s Wife’ – Berlin

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s a fun project for Berlin: Bette Midler and Sharon Stone are teaming to co-star in the film version of Charles Busch’s Tony and Drama Desk Award nominated odd-couple Broadway comedy, The Tale Of The Allergist’s Wife....Show More Summary

Jan Maxwell Has Died; Five-Time Tony Nominee Praised ‘Law & Order’ In New York Times

Jan Maxwell, a supremely gifted comic actress whose five Tony Award nominations included two in the same season, died today of cancer, her son, William Maxwell-Lunny, confirmed. She was 61. Maxwell was both talented and beloved, known...Show More Summary

Here's the pitch: How each best picture nominee might make a case for the Oscar

Unlike the Emmys, Grammys and Tonys, the Oscars arrive at the end of a loooong season of speeches and industry self-congratulation. Various guild awards have already offered plenty of clues about how academy members might vote and, in many cases, all that’s left to do is engrave the trophy with...

John Mahoney, character actor best known for his role on TV’s ‘Frasier,’ dies at 77

Mr. Mahoney did not start acting until he was 37 but won a Tony Award and had dozens of film and TV roles.

HRC to Honor Cynthia Nixon With Visibility Award at the 2018 HRC Greater New York Gala

Today, HRC announced that Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winner Cynthia Nixon will be honored with the organization’s Visibility Award at the 2018 HRC Greater New York Gala this Saturday, February 3, 2018. HRC also announced that Javier...Show More Summary

'Hello, Dolly!' sets a date for L.A. and leads Hollywood Pantages' 2018-19 season

“Hello, Dolly!” which won four Tony Awards last year including best musical revival, is coming to Los Angeles as part of the Hollywood Pantages’ 2018-19 season, the theater announced Tuesday. Bette Midler earned her first Tony for acting in her star turn as Dolly, under the direction of Broadway...

Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala: Charles Kelley talks Georgia Bulldogs, Tony Danza talks Josh Groban and Jay-Z is honored

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene NEW YORK – For decades, Clive Davis’ annual Pre-Grammy Gala has been one of the toughest tickets to score during the run-up to the awards show. At Saturday night’s bash at the...

Fall Theater Recap: The State of the 2017-18 Tony Awards Race

While spring is revered as the time to debut a Broadway show, the fall is not devoid of openings. This fall, in particular, saw the curtain rise on a robust number of plays and musicals, including front-runners in several Tony acting categories, as well as the coveted best musical prize. Show More Summary

San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre Has Found Its Next Artistic Director

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Pam MacKinnon, who has been nominated for three Tony Awards and won one (for the 2013 revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), will take over from departing artistic director Carey Perloff on July 1.

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