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FROM THE ARCHIVES: How Janet McTeer Commanded A Doll’s House of Her Own

FROM THE ARCHIVES: How Janet McTeer Commanded A Doll’s House of Her Own Before Laurie Metcalf’s Part 2, there was McTeer. In this 1997 interview, McTeer reveals how she discovered her towering and Tony-winning performance as Nora Helmer. {$excerpt:n} Source:…

When That Feisty Neighbor Becomes the President

When That Feisty Neighbor Becomes the President As a businessman, Donald J. Trump peppered local officials in Florida with requests, and governments pushed back. Now, some approvals come more easily. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times

Judy Kuhn Helps Broadway Recall Unsung Lyricists

Judy Kuhn Helps Broadway Recall Unsung Lyricists Sheldon Harnick has written the script for the latest installment of 92nd Street Y’s Lyrics & Lyricists series. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

6 Degrees of Tony Nominees

6 Degrees of Tony Nominees How are the 2017 Tony Award nominees connected? {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

Chelsea Bombing Suspect Wants Hospital Interviews Suppressed

Chelsea Bombing Suspect Wants Hospital Interviews Suppressed Lawyers for Ahmad Khan Rahimi told a judge his statements were not voluntary and had been made “under severe medical distress.” {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times

Opera Star Renée Fleming Takes on Comedy at the Met

Opera Star Renée Fleming Takes on Comedy at the Met The star, who made her Broadway debut in Living on Love, explores the lighter side of opera through May 13. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

A Rural Shrine to New York’s Angels and Gargoyles

A Rural Shrine to New York’s Angels and Gargoyles A collection of stone fragments that once adorned city buildings, salvaged by a self-styled “rubble rouser,” is displayed at the Anonymous Arts Museum in upstate New York. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York…

Cast Set for Michael Arden-Helmed The Pride

Cast Set for Michael Arden-Helmed The Pride Alexi Kaye Campbell's play, exploring sexuality and acceptance, comes to the Wallis in Los Angeles this summer. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill