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Director Jerry Zaks On The Love Stories Behind 'Hello, Dolly!' – And Zero Mostel's Mezuzah

Director Jerry Zaks already owns four Tony Awards and one of the most eclectic careers on Broadway. He does musicals: Smokey Joe’s Café, La Cage aux Folles. 1,120 more words

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Glenda Jackson Will Return To Broadway In 'Three Tall Women'

Glenda Jackson, absent from the Broadway stage since 1988, will lead a revival next spring of the late Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Three Tall Women… 244 more words

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A24 Teams Jonah Hill, Scott Rudin and Martin Scorsese Together on 'Uncut Gems'

Jonah Hill is attached to star in the thriller “Uncut Gems” with Scott Rudin on board to produce. Josh and Benny Safdie will direct.

A24 has acquired the worldwide rights with Eli Bush of Scott Rudin Productions producing along with Sebastian Bear-McClard and Oscar Boyson from Elara Pictures. 168 more words

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A24, Jonah Hill, Scott Rudin, Martin Scorsese & Safdie Brothers Team For 'Uncut Gems' - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: A24 has secured worldwide rights to Uncut Gems, a thriller that will be the next film from directors Josh and Benny Safdie. Jonah Hill is set to star, and Scott Rudin and Eli Bush of Scott Rudin Productions are producing with Sebastian Bear-McClard and Oscar Boyson from Elara Pictures. 129 more words

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'Glass Menagerie' Revival With Sally Field Sets Broadway Closing

Director Sam Gold’s tradition-busting Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie will close May 21, producers Scott Rudin and Lincoln Center Theater said Tuesday afternoon. 248 more words

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Broadway Review: Bette Midler in 'Hello, Dolly!'

The audience claps at the overture and whistles at the set; and when Bette Midler makes her entrance, everyone falls into a dead swoon. “Hello, Dolly!” is back on Broadway, and it looks so fresh, you want to pinch its cheek. 477 more words

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Mayor Bill De Blasio Proclaims April 21 "Dolly Day" In Gotham

OK, so he’s a day late, if not a dolly short: On the eve of the most ballyhooed Broadway opening of the season, Mayor Bill de Blasio proclaimed tomorrow – Friday, April 21 – “Dolly Day.” It marks Thursday ‘s opening of… 350 more words

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