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    George Takei to Speak at TEDxBroadway in 2013

    Takei is one of a number of bold-faced names announced as participants in the Jan. 28, 2013, TEDxBroadway event.

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    How Set Designer Derek McLane Visually Brought ‘Beautiful’ to Broadway

    The Tony-nominated McLane tells Backstage about his inspirations, challenges, and triumphs while designing the set for hit show “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.”

  • News

    Best of the Week Ahead: Jan. 10–16

    The 70th Golden Globe Awards, Cathy Rigby in “Peter Pan” at the Pantages, opening night of “The Other Place” on Broadway, Adult Swim’s “Newsreaders” at NerdMelt, and Valerie Harper’s memoir “I, Rhoda” are what we’re looking forward to this week.

  • News

    While Broadway Stays Dark, Off-Broadway Joins Suit

    As the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy becomes apparent, shows cancel performances and some productions shuffle the start of previews and opening night.

  • News

    Do You Look Like the Little Tramp?

    "Chaplin" is launching an Instagram look-alike contest to find the lucky fan who most resembles the Little Tramp.

  • News

    TKTS Reopens in Downtown Brooklyn

    Closed since superstorm Sandy hit New York City last week, TKTS’ Downtown Brooklyn ticket booth reopens today.

  • News

    Best of the Week Ahead: Dec. 6–12 (Slideshow)

    “Golden Boy” on Broadway; a screening of “Following” with Christopher Nolan in L.A.; “A John Waters Christmas”; a night of comedy to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims; and new albums from Patti LuPone and Andrea McArdle are what we’re looking forward to this week.

  • News

    Get a ‘Bloody Sunday’ on Friday

    This week catch a screening of “Sunday Bloody Sunday”; invade “Office Space” in Santa Monica; pick up the original cast album of “The Bridges of Madison County”; get “Under My Skin” at the play’s opening; and chat with opera legend Jessye Norman.

  • News

    Best of the Week Ahead: March 28–April 3

    “Spotlight on the Town Hall,” featuring performances from Broadway shows, singers, and choirs; Rennie Harris performing “RHAW,” combining various dance styles; David Mamet’s “American Buffalo” at the Geffen Playhouse; the “April Fool’s Comedy Show,” hosted by Tracy Morgan; and “Understudies and Swing(er)s” at Toshi’s Living ...

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    Best of the Week Ahead: Jan 17–23 (Slideshow)

    “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” opens on Broadway, National Theatre Live presents “The Magistrate” with John Lithgow, 92Y talks to “Relevant Octogenarians” Barbara Cook and Joel Grey, Beatlemania takes the L.A. stage in “Backbeat,” and the TIPA Project celebrates MLK Day this week.