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Queens We Love :: Shantell D' Marco, 2016 Miss Florida F.I.

By Scott Holland | Jan 21
I will never forget the very first time I saw Shantell D'Marco in a pageant. Needless to say, the crowd went crazy and she gave us that beautiful smile she has become famous for.

Cynthia Erivo on How 'The Color Purple' Musical Changed Her Life

Jan 9
Broadway fans know British actress and singer Cynthia Erivo for her starring role in "The Color Purple: The Musical."

The Sanctuary Project

Dec 30
The project aims to create spaces - both literal and symbolic - that will serve as lights in the coming years, and to activate a network of people across the country working to support vulnerable communities.

Sandra Bernhard :: Everything's Changed in Sandyland

By Joel Martens | Dec 17
She is reminiscent of, though perhaps with a bit more "spice" thrown in, the powerfully funny women who blazed a trail before her: Carol Burnett, Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers and Lucille Ball to name few.

McKellen-Stewart Double Act Signs Off with Live Screening

By Jill Lawless | Dec 14
Onstage co-stars and offstage pals Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart are capping a West End run of Harold Pinter's bruisingly funny "No Man's Land" with a live broadcast to dozens of movie theaters around the world on Thursday.

We Meet George Takei

By David Goodman | Nov 5
Its not often you get a chance to speak to someone as iconic as Mr George Takei.

Motherstruck

By Randy Shulman | Oct 16
The 80-minute show is funny, harrowing, heartbreaking, intense and joyful, bundled in an explosive performance by the poet.

Diane Lane on Returning to Broadway, Lasting Career

Oct 6
Diane Lane is now starring in the revival of "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway.

Albee: An Appreciation

By Brian Bromberger | Oct 1
There is little doubt Albee permanently changed drama by inventing a new language, according to playwright Terence McNally, his partner in the 1960s.

'Queer As Folk' Cabaret with Randy Harrison

By Joel Martens | Sep 3
"Honing your craft," is a phrase often bandied about in the theatre community. It's a way to collect and expand on the tools necessary for building a successful career. Something Randy Harrison has been doing much of his life.

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