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A disturbing, deeply introspective play about a once-successful couple who lose everything.
The Broadway revival of "Finian's Rainbow" has become the latest show to announce a post-Christmas closing: The tuner is set to shutter Jan. 17.
Despite being convicted of fraud and forgery in a Canadian court this summer and sentenced to seven years in prison, legit producer Garth Drabinsky is attempting a theatrical comeback with a trio of…
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Lepage's magical treatment of Stravinsky's opera.
"Rock of Ages," the '80s jukebox musical that opened last season on Broadway, will launch a sit-down production in Toronto next year, opening in May at the city's Royal Alexandra Theater.
The Stratford Shakespeare Festival has announced principal casting for its 2010 season.
It's hard to see why anyone thought this had a possible commercial life in N. America.
Lay to rest any last lingering thoughts you might have had about Las Vegas marketing itself as a family destination.
"Paradise Found," the latest musical from director Harold Prince, will bow at London's Menier Chocolate Factory next spring before a Gotham run.
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