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Kathleen Turner first drew notice in the 1981 thriller Body Heat and rose to stardom in hits like Romancing the Stone and The War of the Roses. The winner of two Golden Globes, she earned an Academy Award nomination for Peggy Sue Got Married and a Tony Award nomination for her scorching turn as Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Philadelphia Theatre Company hide caption

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Famed Australian entertainer Dame Edna Everage is back on Broadway alongside American song stylist Michael Feinstein in All About Me, a variety show whose sequin-heavy style and big-band sound recall the extravaganzas of the 1960s. Joan Marcus hide caption

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French actors on stage during a rehearsal of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night last November at the Theatre de la Criee in Marseilles. British scholar Brean Hammond says he has linked a play to the Bard that was once dismissed as a fake. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The cast of the New York Theatre Workshop's production of Geoffrey Cowan and Leroy Aarons' Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers. Joan Marcus hide caption

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But Does It Change Everything? In Love Never Dies, Paris Opera star Christine Daae (Sierra Boggess) accepts an invitation from an anonymous impresario to perform at Coney Island. She soon discovers that her mysterious new patron is her onetime mentor and lover, the former Phantom of the Opera (Ramin Karimloo). Catherine Ashmore hide caption

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Elementary: Andy Trudeau predicts that Sherlock Holmes, starring Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock, will win the Oscar for Best Film Score. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Actress Holly Berry receives an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the film Monster's Ball in 2001. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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The Next Stage: Brian Geraghty (left) plays the role of Timmy in the 2010 production of The Subject Was Roses. The role was originally played by Martin Sheen (right) in 1964. Now, 46 years later, Sheen returns to Frank D. Gilroy's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play — this time, as the dad. Craig Schwartz hide caption

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Annette Bening, shown here in a 2009 file photo, stars in The Female of the Species, a controversial exploration of feminism. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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