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Anthony Mackie to Play Martin Luther King in HBO’s Adaptation of All the Way - Falcon and Heisenberg as MLK and LBJ.

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HBO is adapting the Tony-winning Broadway play All the Way, which tells the story of how President Lyndon Johnson fought to enact the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The play earned Bryan Cranston a Tony Award for playing LBJ, and Cranston will be reprising the role in the HBO version. Show More Summary

The Wedding is Off: ‘It Shoulda Been You’ Will Close in August

The show is the third musical production to announce its closing since the Tony Awards.

Winners Honored at 7th Annual Jimmy Awards

Broadway got an influx of fresh new talent last night! Fifty-two musical theater hopefuls made their Broadway debut at the Minskoff Theatre June 29 at the seventh annual Jimmy Awards. Hosted by two-time Tony winner Michael Cerveris (“Fun...Show More Summary

William Finn’s Must-See ‘Brain’, Death By Magazine, ‘Significant Other’ – NY Stages

You’d think things would calm down on New York stages after the Tony Awards. You would be wrong. Let’s get down to business: If you’re in the city this weekend and have only one show to see, it must be A New Brain, the season’s first entry in City Center’s summer Encores! Off-Center series. Show More Summary

Theater Review: William Finn Reveals A New Brain

A New Brain, the killer musical about a songwriter facing a life-threatening brain condition, could only have been written by William Finn. For one thing, it’s highly autobiographical. When Finn accepted his two Tony awards for Falsettos in 1992, he was already suffering from what he’d been told was an... More »

Broadway Follies: On Hal Prince, The Tony Awards & Art V. Commerce

Jeremy Gerard has covered the evolving fortunes of Jujamcyn Theatres since it became a formidable competitor to the larger Shubert and Nederlander organizations in the late 1980s. In 2013 producer Jordan Roth became Jujamcyn's majority owner and the Street's youngest power broker. Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Revisit Hedwig on Broadway

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Photo of Darren Criss at Hedwig by Joan Marcus The fervor of Tony Awards season has waned, and new theater options on the Great White Way (and elsewhere around New York City) are a little sparse. Yet, even though there aren’t as many opportunities to take in something brand new right now, there are plenty of reasons to return to an “old” favorite. Show More Summary

Watch “Braxton Family Values” Season 4 Episode 15

“Braxton Family Values” Season 4 Episode 15 aired on WeTV Thursday night (Jun 18). The sisters come to LA to support Toni on the night of the Grammy Awards. Trina looks forward to resolving some issues with Tamar, and goes out on a first date with someone she finds out doesn’t drink alcohol. Show More Summary

Watch “Braxton Family Values” Season 4 Episode 14

“Braxton Family Values” Season 4 Episode 14 aired on WeTV last Thursday night (Jun 11). Traci panics before her showcase, and when Toni is honored with an award in Atlanta, the sisters wonder “where’s Tamar?” Elsewhere, Trina brings a mystery date to her superhero-themed 40th birthday party, and Tamar feels totally out of the loop. Show More Summary

Lady Gaga Channels Beetlejuice In Striped Suit After Accepting Icon Award at Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala!

Lady Gaga rocks a black and white striped suit while posing backstage with her Cheek To Cheek partner Tony Bennett pose backstage at the 2015 Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Gala on Thursday (June 18) in New York City. “The Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame Contemporary Icon Award. This has to be my favorite [...]

Julie Newmar to give public a look at her Brentwood garden

In a career that has stretched lithely across seven decades, Julie Newmar, the early blooming classical pianist and dancer who grew up to be TV's first feloniously feline Catwoman, has earned a Tony Award for her first speaking role on Broadway and received two U.S. patents for pantyhose and brassiere...

Tony Awards 2015: Best & worst moments

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

A look at the highlights and lowlights of the 2015 Tony Awards.

Tony Awards 2015: Complete list of winners and nominees

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

The musical "Fun Home" and the play "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" led the pack at 2015 Tony Awards, earning five awards each Sunday night.

Tonys 2015: 'Curious Incident of the Dog,' 'Fun Home' tie with most awards

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" and the musical "Fun Home" dominated the 2015 Tony Awards on Sunday, both taking home five awards.

Tonys 2015: Alex Sharp wins best actor in a play

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

Broadway first-timer Alex Sharp won the Tony Award for lead actor in a play Sunday night. The actor was considered a front-runner in the category for his role in "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time."

Tony Awards 2015: 'Fun Home' gets best musical as women break through with wins

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

The 69th Tony Awards didn't air live on the West Coast, but we brought you updates and analysis from inside the show. Notable wins included "Curious Incident" with best play, "Fun Home" with best musical, Alex Sharp of "Curious Incident" with lead actor in a play, and Kelli O'Hara of "King and...

Tony Awards 2015 | Red carpet arrivals

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The 2015 Tony Awards will air live on CBS from Radio City Musical Hall in New York City.

Essential Arts: Tonys, Tonys and more Tonys, plus opera, selfies and that magazine cover

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I'm Kelly Scott, the arts and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times, and it's been a busy Tony Awards week here in the arts department. Enter your email and click "Subscribe" to sign up.   Tony Awards, A to Z It's lucky you dropped by, because our Tony coverage will provide a full briefing on...

Showy or rich? Energetic or tempered? What Tony Award voters must consider

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The world isn't a meritocracy, the prize doesn't always go to the most deserving and Vincent van Gogh isn't the only artist to have gone to his grave unheralded.

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