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Review: In ‘Acoustically Speaking,’ a ‘Rent’ Duo Returns

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Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp, who starred in the original Broadway cast, team up to pay tribute to musical theater’s relationship with modern pop.
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Now out of bankruptcy, New York City Opera will present “Brokeback Mountain,” which it commissioned nearly a decade ago, in its 2017-18 season.
A Playboy centerfold was ordered to clean up graffiti Wednesday for secretly snapping a photo of a naked 71-year-old woman in a locker room and posti
The two actors (and friends) talk about their current shows and their recent nominations.
'In light of the current situation,' Warner Bros has cancelled the glitzy, star-filled London premiere and media junket for Wonder Woman.
Mr. Antonoff, who is a producer and songwriter for the likes of Lorde and Taylor Swift, has a new album as Bleachers.
The pop singer was to play at the O2 arena in London on Thursday and Friday, but has suspended her tour until at least June 5.
Ariana Grande has put her Dangerous Woman tour on hold following the suicide bomb attack outside her concert at Manchester Arena on Monday.
A new trailer for Game of Thrones' upcoming seventh season dropped online Wednesday, giving fans a tantalizingly brief look at what lies next for HBO
Islamabad, May 24, IRNA – Cultural center for 'Saadi Shirazi' studies, called 'Saadi Corner', opened at Pakistan’s Peshawar University on Wednesday.
Dwayne Johnson and his lifeguard squad try to save the Bay while providing the sort of sleazy, wholesome entertainment this ’90s series was known for.
The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he's about to fly back in.
There will be no fine for Stephen Colbert's risque joke about U.S. President Donald Trump, says the Federal Communications Commission, despite receiv
Qazvin, May 24, IRNA -- Afghanistan's Assistant Ambassador in Iran Ahmad Aaron Najmipour on Wednesday announced that 15,000 Afghan students are studying in Iran's universities.
The anticipated miniseries Alias Grace, a female detective series from the producers of a Murdoch Mysteries, fast-paced soccer drama 21 Thunder and a
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Amir Bar-Lev’s “Long Strange Trip” strives to evoke the band’s spirit while making a fresh argument about its place in American culture.
This episode feels like a rote collage of imagery culled from countless other depictions of dystopias.
The 45-year-old organization, which left SoHo last June, has signed a lease at 80 White Street.
A spoiler-filled conversation with one of the creators of the smart Netflix series.
Faith Soloway, a writer for the Amazon series who is the sister of its creator, will present the show “Should ‘Transparent’ Become a Musical?” at Joe’s Pub.
Writer Marc Haynes' chance meeting with actor Roger Moore as young boy is one he'll never forget.
Detroit Symphony may have sold Woodward office building for $19 million to $25 million, real estate analysts say        
A retrospective features 31 works by this director, stretching from the silent era into the 1940s.
The cast of a new adaptation has such masters of mayhem as Michael Urie, Arnie Burton, Stephen DeRosa, Michael McGrath and Mary Testa.
“Searching for Neverland” is based on a book in which the King of Pop’s bodyguards recall his tumultuous last months.
Programs at Carnegie Hall will focus on vocal works. Matthew Polenzani and Susan Graham are among the stars on the calendar.
“Radical Bodies,” an exhibition at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, looks at works by Ms. Halprin and other pioneers.
The work of pioneering loft-dwelling artists of New York City will be on display in Houston through early August.
This group performs at Le Poisson Rouge, with proceeds going to the Equal Justice Initiative.
An exhibition entitled "Charms of Hungary and Azerbaijan" has opened at Azerbaijan's National Art Museum.
They discuss their new Showtime series, “I’m Dying Up Here,” set in the Los Angeles comedy scene of the 1970s, where women were rare and undervalued.
Despite the proliferation of shows about comedians, their inner torment may not be as fascinating as TV seems to think.
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