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Researched Proof That Waiting for Godot is Funny: Proving My Mother Wrong

Samuel Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot is one that the mother of the author of this essay detested. She saw the 2009 Broadway production starring the famed actors Nathan Lane and John Goodman. 2,649 more words

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Gabriel Byrne, Nathan Lane's 'No Pay, Nudity' Scheduled for November Release

Monterey Media has bought all U.S. and Canada rights to Lee Wilkof’s “No Pay, Nudity,” starring Gabriel Byrne, Nathan Lane and Frances Conroy.

The film, Wilkof’s directorial debut, is written by Ethan Sandler. 214 more words

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BROADWAY for ORLANDO

WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS…………LOVE

Please download this recording and share it with your friends around the world.  The proceeds all go to the families of the Orlando victims. 22 more words

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Nathan Lane bringing the Canadian jokes to Montreal's Just For Laughs

Nathan Lane is one of those chameleons in the industry, who can seamlessly go from stage to screen and back again without batting an eye. Audiences, too, seem to revel in his performances no matter what the medium. 692 more words

Entertainment

New View of an Old Show

About two hours before show time, a friend called and asked if I would like to join her in seeing a Summer Stock production of The Producers. 300 more words

Ferris Bueller, 30 Years Later: Matthew Broderick Gets Existential in 'Shining City'

The years have salt-and-peppered his hair. He sports his share of wrinkles, crinkles and other signs of the times. But there’s something eternal and imperishable about Matthew Broderick’s boyishness. 1,158 more words

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Casting Announced for Angels in America

The National Theatre has confirmed further casting for Angels in America which will run at the Lyttelton Theatre from May 2017. 

Joining the previously announced Andrew Garfield,  Denise Gough and Russell Tovey it has been confirmed that Susan Brown, Nathan Lane, James McArdle, and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett will also be starring in Tony Kushner’s Angels in America. 245 more words