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Tambor 'Profoundly Disappointed' by Dismissal from 'Transparent'

Documentary Filmmaker Ben Steele on 'Love and Hate Crime,' Airing Feb. 25 on ID

It was reported yesterday that Jeffrey Tambor would not be returning to Season 5 of the Amazon series "Transparent." He responded to the dismissal and alleged charges aga...

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Charles Busch Writes, Stars in New Play in April

Charles Busch Writes, Stars in New Play in April

Feb 14
Charles Busch will return to Theater for the New City this spring in his uproarious new comedy "The Confession of Lily Dare" for a limited premiere showcase engagement.

'Smash' Star Katharine McPhee Heading to Broadway

'Smash' Star Katharine McPhee Heading to Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 14
Actress Katharine McPhee has already played someone who stars in a Broadway show. Now she's really going to do it herself.

Broadway Star, 5-Time Tony Nominee Jan Maxwell Dies at 61

Broadway Star, 5-Time Tony Nominee Jan Maxwell Dies at 61

Feb 13
Broadway star and five-time Tony Award nominee Jan Maxwell has died. She was 61.

Full Casting for Donna Summer Musical Announced

Full Casting for Donna Summer Musical Announced

Feb 12
Full casting has been announced for "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical" on Broadway and rehearsals begin today, February 12

Betty Buckley to Lead US National Tour of 'Hello, Dolly!'

Betty Buckley to Lead US National Tour of 'Hello, Dolly!'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 12
Betty Buckley, the Tony Award-winning actress who belted out "Memories" in "Cats" on Broadway and starred in "Eight Is Enough" on TV, has been tapped to lead the national tour of "Hello, Dolly!"

'Maze Runner' Installment Tops Charts, Oscars Pics Get Boost

'Maze Runner' Installment Tops Charts, Oscars Pics Get Boost

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 28
"Maze Runner: The Death Cure" is the highest grossing film of the weekend, but according to studio estimates Sunday, many moviegoers also chose the first weekend after Oscar nominations to catch up with some awards contenders like "The Shape of Water."

 Review :: Springsteen on Broadway

Review :: Springsteen on Broadway

By Cassandra Csencsitz | Jan 27
More curative than our wildest dreams, "Springsteen on Broadway" could be a playbook for how to fight pain with pleasure.

Watch: Get Your First Look at 'The Boys in the Band' Revival with All-Star Gay Cast

Watch: Get Your First Look at 'The Boys in the Band' Revival with All-Star Gay Cast

Jan 23
The all-star cast for the 15-week Broadway revival of Mart Crowley's seminal 1968 play "The Boys in the Band" got together to discuss the importance of the groundbreaking play, which is notable for its portrayal of gay men.

 Review :: A Night with Janis Joplin

Review :: A Night with Janis Joplin

By Kelly May | Jan 22
On January 19, Boston celebrated Janis Joplin's birthday at the Shubert Theatre with the touring show "A Night with Janis Joplin." A talented group of performers and a warm crowd made for a perfect evening.

Strong Emotions Ahead in Drama about Serbia's Milosevic

Strong Emotions Ahead in Drama about Serbia's Milosevic

By Jovana Gec | Jan 20
Former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic, considered the main architect of a decade of bloody wars in the Balkans, is not the first person who comes to mind when thinking about subjects for a possible musical.

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