"Cheers" and "The West Wing" actor Roger Rees, who won a Tony for “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickelby,” died Friday in New York. He was 71. The New York Times’ Scott Heller tweeted the news…
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LONDON -- Brit thesp Roger Rees ("Cheers," "Grey's Anatomy") will return to the West End for a limited three-week run of his solo show "What You Will," starting Sept. 18 at the Apollo Theater.
The after-party for "Peter and the Star-catcher," the Peter Pan prequel that opened Thursday on Broadway, was surreal.
"Almost Perfect" starts out as a romantic comedy, then gradually wends its way toward a more serious treatment of family dysfunction.
A fanciful prequel to J. M. Barrie's beloved children's story about a little boy who wouldn't grow up.
Roger Rees will replace Nathan Lane in "The Addams Family" next spring, joining fellow "Cheers" alum Bebe Neuwirth in the large-scale Broadway tuner.