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Will Gluck is in negotiations to direct the reimagining of "Annie" for Sony.
Thanks to Maureen Lipman's superbly tender performance as Joyce, delicate with comic flourishes, it remains quietly uplifting even though Wooley finally strays into mawkishness.
Cicely Tyson will topline a new Broadway revival of "The Trip to Bountiful," bowing in the spring at the Stephen Sondheim Theater.
Johanna Day and Daniel Gerroll are set to star in the world preem of the stage adaptation of "Misery," with James DeMarse rounding out a cast of three.
Candice Bergen, Angela Lansbury, John Larroquette and Michael McKean have come aboard the incoming Broadway revival of "Gore Vidal's The Best Man," joining James Earl Jones in the production that…
Uneven performances and flat direction make this understated indie drama a minor footnote to Horton Foote's career.
Longtime artistic director Michael Wilson will exit Hartford Stage at the end of the 2010-11 season, ending a 13-year tenure.
"Memphis" and "La Cage aux Folles" topped the Outer Critics Circle Awards.
Tony nominees Scarlet Johansson, Sahr Ngaujah, Jon Michael Hill and Eddie Redmayne are among the thesps to pick up a 2010 Theater World Award.
Defunct Broadway tuner "Ragtime" and Off Broadway musical "The Scottsboro Boys" topped the list of nominations for the 2010 Drama Desk Awards with nine noms apiece.
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