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A slimmed-down version of the musical will run at New World Stages in Midtown Manhattan, starting in November.
A conversation with Pete Souza and dozens of events and exhibitions will fill the growing Brooklyn photography festival in September.
Hamadan, Aug 10, IRNA – Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts Organization (CHTHO) planned to promote food tourism by holding food festivals across the country to attract domestic an
Suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling on Wednesday sued the reporter who broke the story that he had allegedly sent lewd text messages to colleagues. Bolling filed a $50-million defamation lawsuit
The choreographer, known for her postmodern take on classical dance, has received the $50,000 Cage Cunningham Fellowship.
Female directors who have worked on TV shows like "American Horror Story" and "Scandal" say quotas are necessary to obtain more gender and racial diversity in Hollywood
Shambhala Music Festival organizers say guests should have a designated driver in place for the weekend in case conditions worsen.
You may not have heard of this British director, but his confrontational films are hugely influential. Tim Roth, Paul Greengrass and others explain why.
The popular video streaming service's standard plan will jump $1 to $2 per month depending on the service tier for new users effective immediately. I
Music Band project continues to unite music lovers in Baku with a series of concerts taking place at Fountain Square.
For high school senior Sam, dating is a deep mystery, like Stonehenge or crop circles. The tacit social cues. The subtle body language. The veiled conversation. It’s all Greek to the autistic te
There’s a new paradigm in television laced with high-end visual effects for a more sophisticated viewing audience. “Game of Thrones” has set the bar for the visual effects award, having won
Riz Ahmed isn’t quite sure how to process his dual Emmy nods. The British actor, who has just headed to the south of Spain to shoot Jacques Audiard’s upcoming western “The Sisters Brothers,
France’s Giverny will host a music festival dedicated to the “Silk Way”.
Hollywood Boulevard, 4:45 a.m. The sky is charcoal-colored and hazy, the nearly empty streets bathed in a blur of red, orange and green from a thicket of neon signage — the W Hollywood hotel, De
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Daveed Diggs and more: Where you will see them next.
The New York City borough of Queens has given the world an unusual amount of larger-than-life figures: John McEnroe, 50 Cent, Howard Stern, Cyndi Lauper and, oh yes, the current White House occupa
Be sure that your wallet is full of Hamiltons if you plan on walking away from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical with merchandise to commemorate the day. At the pop-up store in the Paramount Hotel, a
Oskar Eustis, artistic director of the Public Theater, shares in his own words his memories of "Hamilton's" evolution from a 4-minute pop song to an Off-Broadway sensation and more.
The musical's storied rise from a single 4-minute, 20-second song to mixtape to Off-Broadway project to Broadway hit and worldwide sensation. London, you're next.
Claire Foy has spent most of the last two years playing Queen Elizabeth for the Emmy-nominated Netflix period drama “The Crown,” wearing tiaras and tartan, acting with the utmost reserve and e
Jumping on bandwagons is my least favorite activity. Don’t force me to tell you all the must-see movies I’ve skipped (“Forrest Gump” is all you’ll get out of me), the No. 1 bestsellers I
Joshua Henry is at a loss for words. It doesn’t happen often. The gregarious, golden-voiced actor who stars as Aaron Burr in the national tour of “Hamilton” opening Aug. 16 at the Hollywood
“Have you heard of a show called ‘Hamilton’?” Emmy Raver-Lampman’s agent asked her in spring 2015. The actress had just concluded the national tour of “Wicked” in Los Angeles. The hy
Hollywood Boulevard, 4:45 a.m. The sky is charcoal-colored and hazy, the nearly empty streets bathed in a blur of red, orange and green from a thicket of neon signage — the W Hollywood hotel, De
Alex Lacamoire has hearing loss. But the Tony-winning music director of “Hamilton” wants you to know, he’s no Beethoven. He’s heard that you can see teeth marks on the wood inside Beethove
"Tea street" will be organized in Sverdlovsk, Russia within the annual Irbit Fair scheduled for August 11-13.
Montreal police say 17 complaints have been filed so far about the tickets, sold for Wednesday night's show.
The staging of the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical not only sounds different from most revivals but also looks startlingly fresh.
The Walt Disney Co. finally unveiled its plan to offer an over-the-top video streaming edition of ESPN for the growing number of fans who want live sports — but not the big cable bill that a pre
Forty years after Star Wars first captivated moviegoers around the world, the film's set decorator still marvels over the challenges he faced trying
The Walt Disney Co. finally unveiled its plan to offer an over-the-top video streaming edition of ESPN for the growing number of fans who want live sports — but not the big cable bill that a pre
“North Korea has matter that’s fissile,” Mr. Meyers said. “It looks like they’re making a missile.”
Dupont Underground, in a long-vacant former trolley tunnel, is part of a wave of spaces where local artists can showcase their work in the capital.
The director admits to “shooting my mouth off,” but he was genuinely fed up with prestige filmmaking. The caper “Logan Lucky” is his bid for a new way forward.
An event dedicated to the 75th anniversary of prominent singer, People's Artist Muslim Magomayev was held in the Shuvelan House of Culture.
The singer and guitarist, who died on Tuesday after battling Alzheimer’s, embarks on his farewell tour. And “Saturday Night Live” lampoons the summer news.
The actress has two new movies out, and plays a superhero in the next “Avengers” installment. But what she really wants to do is shave truffles.
Bill Murray took in the musical “Groundhog Day” for the second night in a row. This time, he went alone.
Common has won three Grammys, a Golden Globe and an Oscar. So it’s only natural that the rapper, actor and composer is now up for an Emmy. His song “Letter to the Free” from Ava DuVernay’s
In testimony at a civil trial, Andrea Swift says security around her daughter is tighter since the 2013 incident, which the man says never happened.
There Is No Right or Wrong Here.
GM, Revlon and Mercedes-Benz were just some of Mr. Peckolick’s clients. Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” was another.
Canadian country music legend Gord Bamford will perform at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards show in Saskatoon this September.
The subscription service was created by NBC in January 2016 but struggled to maintain a customer base.
Oscar-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen are transitioning to the small screen with a new Western anthology for Netflix Inc, the online streaming company said on Wednesday, the latest talent to jo
A ferocious sea-going crocodile that menaced coastal waters about 164 million years ago during the Jurassic Period has been given a name honoring the
Cuban son ensemble El Septeto Santiaguero can testify to the impact that recognition from the U.S. record industry can have on even a well-established non-U.S. act. While having formed in 1995, an
Images of a staircase seemingly inspired by Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis.” A Latin-accented beat that echoed Madonna’s “La Isla Bonita.” Sharply angled shoulder pads like the ones David Bo
The comedy streaming service Seeso is cutting off the mic after less than two years of struggling to break into the crowded video-on-demand market. “We’re writing to let you know that later th
GM, Revlon and Mercedes-Benz were just some of Mr. Peckolick’s clients. Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” was another.
Gregory Ain’s most important design was for a modern house commissioned by MoMA. It’s been missing for six decades.
“Hamilton” is finally here, and here it will stay from Aug. 11 until Dec. 30. Great, you say, but can I still get tickets? Yes indeed. And here are six ways to do it (spoiler: it probably won
Taylor Swift's mother and confidante took the witness stand Wednesday, saying she and her daughter's managers had told the bosses of a disc jockey ac
Taylor Swift's mother and confidante took the witness stand Wednesday, saying she and her daughter's managers had told the bosses of a disc jockey ac
Former DJ David Mueller acknowledged that a photo of him with his hand behind Taylor Swift is 'weird and awkward.' But he insists he was touching Swi
The Twitterization of history, and with it, culture, is a trend that deeply worries Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, the Danish music enthusiast and archivist who’s been overseeing Elvis Presley’s reco
Netflix said the Western series from Joel and Ethan Coen will be a six-episode anthology, starring Tim Blake Nelson as Buster.
On its first major-label album, “A Deeper Understanding,” the Philadelphia throwback band sticks to its principles.
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