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UTICA — Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Betty Buckley stars in "Hello, Dolly!" — the universally acclaimed smash that NPR calls "the best show of the year!" and the Los Angeles Times says "distills the mood-elevating properties of the American musical at its giddy best."Winner of four Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25-26, at the Stanley Center... [Read More]
Weiss, who won the Emmy for outstanding directing for a variety special for his work on the Oscars, is also known for his work producing the Tony Awards. [Read More]
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It's been awhile since Lily Tomlin worked for minimum wage. Actually, Two Tony Awards, a Grammy Award, two Peabody Awards, Women in Film Crystal Award, Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, Women in Film's Lucy Award, Golden Globe and Aca... [Read More]
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Ken Allen Neely and Katherine Fried dropped by the NBC10 Studio to talk about the upcoming Arden Theatre Company production of "Once." The musical won eight Tony awards in 2012, including Best Musical. [Read More]
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Already this year, John Legend, Andrew Webber, and Tim Rice have achieved "EGOT" status— artists who have won Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards. [Read More]
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The multi-talented musician recently became the first Black man to win Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards. [Read More]
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During the tumultuous 2016 presidential campaign and its aftermath, Broadway producer Fran Kirmser watched with confusion and dismay as the country grew more polarized by the day. So, like a lot of Americans, she flipped on the television. But unlike most Americans, she stayed away from the major news outlets. Instead of MSNBC or Fox or CNN, she turned to the channel that has achieved cult status among policy geeks: C-SPAN. "Even though sometimes it's very slow and sometimes the audio isn't so great . . . I found it quite riveting," said Kirmser, whose accolades include Tony Awards... [Read More]
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Cuomo faced an unexpectedly serious primary challenge from Nixon who, if elected, would have become the first state executive to have won Emmy, Grammy and Tony Awards... [Read More]
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Having played larger theaters in Connecticut in recent years, the musical "Once" gets a more intimate venue at the Ivoryton Playhouse beginning Sept. 19. The Broadway hit was itself based on a movie, which won an Oscar for that simple but moving tune "Falling Slowly." The bar-and-stage set, too, is minimalist but effective. The story takes place in Dublin, where an Irish musician is about to trash his dreams, and a fetching Czech immigrant is drawn to him over the course of a week. But it's a complicated love story. The show won eight Tony Awards... [Read More]
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