Traditional divide eludes Tonys

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It seems like every year there's a David vs. Goliath battle on Broadway, with a small-scale, indie-style musical cast as David opposite a big-budget, old-fashioned razzle-dazzler in the role of…

Chicago venue speaks to LaBute

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Profiles Theater, the epitome of Chicago's storefront legit scene, might at first seem a surprising choice for the U.S. premiere of a high-profile American scribe like Neil LaBute.

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CBS films eyes more targeted films

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New CBS Films co-prexies Terry Press and Wolfgang Hammer don't like to define themselves by their budgets, P&A caps or even the type of films they release, but they're happy to shed light on how to…

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‘Man’ shows legs at B.O.

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Limited audience interest in the four films debuting in the April 27-29 weekend left room for Sony-Screen Gems' stalwart holdover "Think Like a Man" to claim its second straight domestic win…

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Girls rule among new TV comedies

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The theme of young women looking to make it in the big city resonated with auds this season, as CBS' "2 Broke Girls" and Fox's "New Girl" are poised to finish as the top-rated new comedies.

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