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Backstage on Broadway: Hedwig and the Angry Inch's Lena Hall rocks two stages

She’s a woman playing a man who wants to be a woman.

“I love playing a man,” Lena Hall said. “It’s so challenging!”

Lena Hall is Yitzhak, the loyal sidekick in the award-winning musical “ 454 more words


Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka Reenacted The Meatball Scene From 'Lady And The Tramp'

Set to hit shelves and/or Kindles on October 14, Neil Patrick Harris’s autobiography is going to be a gamechanger. That’s because the appropriately-titled “Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography” is styled like a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book, in that the reader not only gets to read the many presumably-wonderful and inspirational stories of NPH’s life, but they also get to decide how to proceed from each one to the next. 121 more words


Neil Patrick Harris, Kevin Kline & Amazing Rescue Dog Makeovers

Tony Award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris joins Meredith to talk about his recent wedding in Italy and his return to Broadway. Meet a man who gives rescue dogs a second chance by making them over and taking pictures that help them find homes.  209 more words

Awwwn. Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka Share A Kiss Over Lady and the Tramp's Spaghetti Scene.

The How I Met David-Burtka’ star, Neil Patrick Harris and husband…’A-list Listing’ host’…David reenacted the spaghetti scene  from ‘The Lady and the Tramp’ 98 more words

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Headlines From Hollywood

In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week.

“Easy Rider” Chopper Going To Auction

Peter Fonda rode a sweet customized Captain America chopper in the 1969 movie “Easy Rider”. 249 more words

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"Waiting on" Wednesday: Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography

“Waiting on” Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine that highlights upcoming releases we’re eagerly awaiting.

This week’s selection is Neil Patrick Harris’s memoir Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography. 48 more words