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    7 Questions With…Jack Falahee

    Jack Falahee took a break from filming the end of “HTGAWM” Season 2 to chat about riding horses and shooting guns on PBS’ “Mercy Street” as the Union’s most wanted man, Confederate spy Frank Stringfellow.

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    PBS Examines Carole King and Youth Theater in New Docs

    Two premieres. One big night. “American Masters – Carole King: Natural Woman” and “Stargate Theatre: A Defining Act” are two singular documentaries observing two very different sets of performers.

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    10 Questions With...Norbert Leo Butz

    Two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz (“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Catch Me If You Can”) tells Backstage readers how he got his Equity card as a racist dog and offers his very best musical audition advice.

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    9 Off-Broadway Shows Coming to a TV Near You

    Sigourney Weaver hosts PBS THIRTEEN’s new series “Theater Close-Up,” which brings acclaimed theater productions to the small screen.

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    PBS Digital Is Focused on Offering Diversity

    While the network skews educational and period, the digital arm of PBS looks to capture new audiences with offerings such as its first scripted series, “Frankenstein, M.D.,” from the creators of “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.”

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    'Broadway or Bust' Tells the Real High School Musical Story

    If you've seen "Glee" or "High School Musical" you must know everything about kids and musical theater, right? No way. "Broadway or Bust'," a new three-hour documentary series from PBS and WGBH Boston, follows 60 high school students from across the country in New York City as they rehearse ...