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Bob Fosse Dances Through a New Biography

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Sam Wasson looks at a enormously gifted man's chronic lack if assurance.

Ready for Medicare: The Emmy Awards at 65

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Two words - Sofia Vergara - it's all downhill after that.

Daytime, Oh, Daytime…Wherefore Art Thou?

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Fifty year old "General Hospital" is still the best that daytime has to offer.

The Emmy Nominations Are Out and There’s a “New Girl in...

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The new girl's name? Netflix.

…And Now a Word or Two About The Theatre World Awards

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Check out the hands-down, no-contest awards show winner.

On the Future of American Symphonies

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Frumpy programming doesn't make for successful orchestras.

Rupert Everett and The Sheridan Morley Prize

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"Vanished Years" wins valuable 2013 theater biography prize.

Entertation Index Jan. 14 – 25: Cera & Bieber Try Something...

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Justin Bieber and Michael Cera both act Justin Bieber's age, and more!

Turner Prize to Price, Herzog Garners Times Prize

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During UK award fete, Jude Law accuses government of "cultural vandalism" for EBacc.

Louise Erdrich, Katherine Boo Win National Book Awards

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Novel "The Round House," nonfiction "Beyond the Beautiful Forevers" take top honors.

The Kennedy Center Honors: Deliberately Anti-Latino?

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If you believe the twin imperatives of merit and diversity are distinct, that is.

Columbia Announces New Kennedy Prize for Historical Theater

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$100,000 award named in memory of musical-theater fan Sen. Edward Kennedy.

Shapiro, Pamatmat, Zubizarreta, Findlay Honored with Princess Grace Awards

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This year's statue winner -- which includes a $25,000 gift -- is Tony-winning director Anna Shapiro.

Mac, Hurlin, Parson, Jarmusch, MacLaughlin Win MAP Fund Awards

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One million in grant money divided among 40 projects.

Clyde Fitch Report Nominated for Kreativ Blogger Award

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The CFR is proud to make the list -- and to nominate seven other blogs for consideration.

Pulitzer Implosion: Hey, Mr. McNulty, I’m Talking to You, Sir

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There is this thing called resigning, called putting one's money where one's mouth is.

The Fickle New York Drama Critics Circle Yields to Finkle

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Finkle's admittance is a major step forward for NYDCC, which styles itself L'Académie fran√ßaise of the NYC stage but appears musty-fusty as Voltaire's tomb.

HERE Plucking New Artists for HARP

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HARP nurtures hybrid artists and their audiences through cross-disciplinary exchange, peer-driven discussions and long-term development.

Douglas J. Cohen Wins Noël Coward Prize

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The winner of the Noël Coward Prize is for "The Gig," based on a screenplay by Frank D. Gilroy.

New Articles: Scream Awards Preview and the Ubiquitous Curtis Stone

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I have accepted a freelance gig as a film/TV blogger for AOL.
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