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Film actress Anne Hathaway will star in a New York stage production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, the Public Theater said on its Web site. Hathaway, whose first claim to fame was as the heroine in the Princess Diaries movies, was nominated for an Oscar for the 2008 film Rachel Getting Married. The Public Theater said she is to play Viola in a Shakespeare in the Park production of the comedy Twelfth Night to be directed by Daniel Sullivan and to run from June 10 through July 12. The...
NEW YORK, Oct.16 /PRNewswire/ -- Broadway, film, and television stars - Alec Baldwin '94 (30 Rock), Broadway legend Elaine Stritch (At Liberty), Filmmaker Joel Coen '78 (No Country for Old Men), Rainn Wilson '89 (The Office), Mariska Hargitay (Law & Order: SVU), Laura Benanti (Gypsy), and Raul Esparza '92 (Company) - will be on hand at Tisch on Stage, the annual gala benefiting NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
By ROBERT FELDBERG, STAFF WRITER SPEED-THE-PLOW Previews begin Friday; opens Oct. 23. Ethel Barrymore Theatre Years don't get much better than the one Elisabeth Moss is having.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - David Mamet's "American Buffalo," a robbery tale set in a Chicago junk shop, has found its third partner in crime - Haley Joel Osment, who will be making his Broadway debut in the production.
By Christine Dolen, The Miami Herald Jun. 15--One man is a Broadway star whose parents fled Cuba, an actor who may well find that the third time as a Tony Award nominee will be the charm. Another is a producer with endless drive and a fondness for musicals that make people happy.
NEW YORK _ Producers of tonight's Tony Award telecast (8 to 11 EDT on CBS) are planning, somehow, to sell Broadway with scenes from 13 musicals _ including the two biggies, "The Little Mermaid" and "Young Frankenstein," which got no major nominations and, traditionally, would get no national face time.
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