2015 Tony Award Nominees

The 69th Annual Tony Awards will be broadcast live on CBS June 7 from Radio City Music Hall beginning at 8 PM ET.

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Win a Signed Hamilton Playbill

“Historic. Hamilton is brewing up a revolution. -The New York Times

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Ham

Living The Dream: The Stars of An American in Paris

The stars of An American in Paris on the entirely rethought version of the 1951 movie directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Kelly and Leslie Caron. The show, which has had a historic out-of-town tryout in the glamorous setting of Paris itself, begins previews at the Palace Theatre on March 13. 

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A Paw Print From the Past: Christopher Oram Reveals a Secret in Wolf Hall Set

Christopher Oram’s set for the RSC’s two-part epic Wolf Hall is stark and abstract — a counterpoint to his sumptuous costumes, some of which are re-created from pictures of the actual clothes worn by the real-life characters.

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BookFilter's Best Theater Books of Spring

With the Tony Awards just around the corner, it’s time to take stock. 

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Love Trumps Art

A re-imagined An American in Paris takes flight.

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ShowsOn Broadway

Giving Cy Coleman His Due

You Fascinate Me So charts the life and career of On the Twentieth Century composer Cy Coleman.

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This Season, There's No Business Like Show Business

Birdman, this year’s best picture Oscar winner, takes place largely backstage at a theatre. This season, backstage drama is taking center stage on Broadway as well. 

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Director Diane Paulus on Creating Neverland

“This story has both theatrical imagination and emotional depth,” says Diane Paulus, explaining her interest in directing Finding Neverland, the new Broadway musical about the creation of the much-loved character Peter Pan.

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Nathan Lane Returns to It's Only a Play

Terrence McNally doesn’t stint when it comes to singing the praises of Nathan Lane. “I think he’s an acting genius, a natural creature of the theater,” says the playwright. “He’s certainly the great male star of Broadway who, play after play, can fill a theatre.”

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