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PopUps: 'Empire' Actor Says He Didn't Out Co-Star

By Jason St. Amand | Mar 4
"Empire" actor Malik Yoba said Wednesday that he didn't out his co-star Jussie Smollett when he gave a recent interview, saying his comments about Smollett being gay were all about his character.

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Broadway In Boston Reveals its Lexus Broadway Season

By EDGE | Mar 5
Broadway In Boston revealed its 2015-2016 Lexus Broadway Season, which will feature eight theatrical productions, slated for the Boston Opera House and the Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre.

How Does a Hunchback Dance? Ask Chase Brock

By Brian Scott Lipton | Mar 5
Chase Brock, the 32-year-old choreographic wunderkind has reached his own personal nirvana, as choreographer of Disney's new stage musical "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."

Bruce Willis to Star on Broadway in Play of King's 'Misery'

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 5
Bruce Willis will make his Broadway debut this fall in a tale of torture and suspense - a stage adaptation of Stephen King's novel "Misery."

Allison Spratt Pearce Explores 'My Fair Lady'

By Lisa Lipsey | Mar 4
Based on George Bernard Shaw's character play "Pygmalion," the musical "My Fair Lady" showcases the best of lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe's work. The much-coveted role of Eliza Doolittle is portrayed by Allison Spratt Pearce

Theatre Review :: The Last Five Years

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 4
Boy and girl meet, marry and separate, but not necessarily in that order, in Jason Robert Brown's poignant musical at Ocean State Theatre Co.

Theatre Review :: School for Wives

By Drew Jackson | Mar 4
There are many delightful reasons to catch Dallas Theater Center's "The School for Wives" at the Kalita Humphreys Theater, but the two best reasons are: Chamblee Ferguson.

Theatre Review :: Titus Andronicus

By Christine Malcom | Mar 4
Babes With Blades Theatre Company's (BWBTC) all-female version of "Titus Andronicus," directed by Janice L. Blixt, is a superb rendition of it.

Theatre Review :: The Barber of Seville

By Brenna Smith | Mar 4
The world's most recognized opera returned to the Dorothy Chandler as part of L.A. Opera's Figaro Trilogy event, bringing the three-part story of Figaro to the stage.

Theatre Review :: Tartuffe

By J. Peter Bergman | Mar 4
Hubbard Hall stages a delectable version of "Tartuffe," directed by John Hadden.

Theatre Review :: The Pearl Fishers

By Jack Gardner | Mar 4
"The Pearl Fishers" concerns the chief of a pearl fishing village in Ceylon, today known as Sri Lanka, his hunter best friend and the priestess they are both in love with. This opera features the famous duet "Au fond du temple saint."

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