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A Talk with a Busy William Shatner

Try Some TriBeCa - What to See at This Year's Film Festival

By Will Demers |
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk from "Star Trek," talks to EDGE about his current tour with the film "Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan," currently tou...

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Bette Midler to Return to 'Hello, Dolly' for a Summer Run

Bette Midler to Return to 'Hello, Dolly' for a Summer Run

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 20
Bette Midler is not quite ready to say goodbye to her Dolly.

German Theater Asks Guests to Wear Swastikas for Hitler Play

German Theater Asks Guests to Wear Swastikas for Hitler Play

By David Rising | Apr 20
A theater in southern Germany is proceeding with plans to open a satirical play Friday about Adolf Hitler's youth in which some patrons will be wearing swastika armbands, despite objections and legal complaints.

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban to Co-Host Tony Awards

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban to Co-Host Tony Awards

Apr 18
Pop singers-turned-Broadway-stars Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will co-host the Tony Awards, the theater industry's biggest ceremony.

Simply the Best? UK Critics Praise Tina Turner Stage Musical

Simply the Best? UK Critics Praise Tina Turner Stage Musical

Apr 18
British theater critics are praising a new stage musical about the life of Tina Turner - and it also has the approval of the star herself.

Lucie Arnaz, Telly Leung, Leslie Jordan, Paula Poundstone, Anthony Rapp and More Headline the Crown and Anchor's 2018 Cabaret Series in Provincetown

Lucie Arnaz, Telly Leung, Leslie Jordan, Paula Poundstone, Anthony Rapp and More Headline the Crown and Anchor's 2018 Cabaret Series in Provincetown

Apr 17
Producer Rick Murray will present the 2018 Cabaret Series in Provincetown, MA this summer at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre, Cabaret Room, and Town Hall Auditorium.

 Review :: The Sting

Review :: The Sting

By Rob Urbinati | Apr 12
"The Sting" has its charms, but in the world premiere production at Papermill Playhouse, the pleasures come and go, and some of the songs are superfluous. Occasionally, the show brings the wit, charm and dexterity of the classic film to the stage.

Watch: Ahead of Broadway Debut, Katharine McPhee Shouts Out Her 'Gay Boys'

Watch: Ahead of Broadway Debut, Katharine McPhee Shouts Out Her 'Gay Boys'

Apr 11
Katharine McPhee made her Broadway debut Tuesday night in the musical "Waitress" in New York City. Ahead of her performance, the "Smash" star took to Twitters to shout out (pander to?) her gay fans.

 Review :: Mean Girls

Review :: Mean Girls

By Frank J. Avella | Apr 11
"Mean Girls" is an entertaining and empowering new Broadway musical that is actually slightly and refreshingly raunchier than the 2004 film version.

 Review :: Love Never Dies

Review :: Love Never Dies

By Kevin Taft | Apr 10
The sets, costumes, and dedication of the performers makes "Love Never Dies" shine when it does, so your enjoyment might depend on your curiosity, your love of the characters, and your keenness for Lloyd Webber and his oeuvre.

Tina Fey: Online Bullying Makes Her 'Mean Girls' Relevant

Tina Fey: Online Bullying Makes Her 'Mean Girls' Relevant

By John Carucci | Apr 9
Tina Fey had no idea "Mean Girls" would be timelier today than it was 14 years ago. And that makes her a little uneasy.

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