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Awards Watch :: Weinstein Plays the Gay Card

By Robert Nesti | Jan 27
With the Producers Guild and SAG awards going to "Birdman," the Oscar race is suddenly competitive. But will Harvey Weinstein's campaign to honor the persecuted Alan Turing be the winning strategy for "The Imitation Game?"

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Center Square Spotlight :: An Interview with Michael Airington

By Tim Parks | Jan 27
Comedian Paul Lynde didn't exactly "shy away" from the fact that he was gay and this truly one-of-a-kind performer kept audiences in stitches, until his untimely death at age 56.

Billy Elliot :: Dancing Through Air

By Ken Knox | Jan 27
As "Billy Elliot the Musical" prepares to take flight in its first West Coast regional production, its creative team ponders its powerful statements about individuality and a supportive community.

Theatre Review :: X's and O's (A Football Love Story)

By Adam Brinklow | Jan 27
"X's and O's: A Football Love Story" is the Berkeley Rep's new docudrama about the lives of professional football players.

Theatre Review :: A Month in the Country

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 27
Classic Stage Company mounts a stellar production of Ivan Turgenev's "A Month in the Country," a dark look at a married woman's erotic obsession with the strapping young tutor she has hired to teach her young son.

Theatre Review :: Cosi Fan Tutte

By Jack Gardner | Jan 27
"Cosi Fan Tutte," which roughly translated means 'All Women Are Like That,' is an 18th century sex comedy by Lorenzo da Ponte set to music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Theatre Review :: Company

By Les Spindle | Jan 27
Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking 1970 musical, "Company," about romance and loneliness in the big city, wows the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Regional Finals of the August Wilson Monologue Competition

By EDGE | Jan 27
Huntington Theatre Company presents the 5th annual Boston regional finals of the August Wilson Monologue Competition, celebrating the writing of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright.

Broadway Theaters Reopen After Snowstorm Blasts New York City

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 27
Most Broadway shows are up and running on Tuesday after Monday's blizzard that caused the Great White Way to go dark.

Theatre Review :: The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyl

By Colleen Cottet | Jan 26
Steep Theatre is currently hosting the Midwest premiere of Irish playwright Ross Dungan's "The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle."

Theatre Review :: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

By Rodney Rodriguez | Jan 26
OnStage Playhouse mounts a production of the literary classic "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest."

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