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Vibrant Color, Icy Lace, and a Gaggle of Supermodels At the Tonys

The Tony Awards red carpet looked a leeeeetle different than it may have in recent years: it was filled to the brim with A-list models and fashion designers, so many their presence threatened to overshadow the theatre stars themselves. Why the sudden shift? Why, Anna Wintour, of course. » 6/08/15 6:40pm 6/08/15 6:40pm

Advocacy Group Dares Theater Companies to Produce More Plays By Women

The Kilroys, a self-described gang of lady playwrights and producers who are done talking about gender parity in the theater and are ready to do something about it, have just released a list of 46 highly recommended plays by female-identified authors. This list can now be shoved in the face of theater industry leaders… » 6/16/14 11:30pm 6/16/14 11:30pm

Hold Up--Angela Lansbury Is Returning To The Stage

In breaking entertainment news that is sure to get me 500 billion clicks today alone, Angela Lansbury is set to make her triumphant, beautiful return to the stage. After a more than 40 year absence from the London stage, Jessica Fletcher Lansbury will star in a West End revival of Noel Coward's play Blithe Spirit. » 11/30/13 1:19pm 11/30/13 1:19pm

Surely Memorable Stage Play Features Mayonnaise Enemas

Is your butthole dry and in need of a creamy kick? Well, good news for people building sandwiches in their asses — or for those just in need of some emergency lube — but two Canadian performance artists took to the stage to deliver a performance that featured not one..., not two..., but three (ha ha ha!) mayonnaise… » 7/23/13 11:00am 7/23/13 11:00am

Watching These Little Girls Get Cast in Annie Will Make Your Week

Over the weekend, PBS aired ANNIE: It's a Hard Knock Life, From Script to Stage, a documentary about the classic musical's current Broadway revival. Perhaps you missed it because you (wrongly) thought you had better things to do on a Friday night than stay home and watch an Annie documentary on PBS. If that's the… » 7/01/13 2:40pm 7/01/13 2:40pm

That Tucker Max Play Is Actually an Awesome High-Art Parody

The Yale School of Drama-educated director behind I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway, the stage adaptation of Tucker Max's fratty exploits, emailed us to explain that Max "has absolutely nothing" to do with the play and probably won't like it because it's actually a "High Art" anthropological study of bro culture.… » 5/02/13 1:45pm 5/02/13 1:45pm