'Trek In The Park': Drama In The Final Frontier

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Actors Retreat To Shakespearean Haven

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Anthony Daniels poses with a C-3PO figurine and other Star Wars characters while promoting Star Wars in Concert. The British actor narrates the show. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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'Star Wars In Concert' Puts The Force In The Music

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Sarah Reeves, 19, dances the schottische with Ryder Cude, 15. Vikiann Gunter for NPR hide caption

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Western Swing Gets Texas Town Scootin' Again

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Roman Baca not only choreographed the ballet Homecoming, he also danced in it. In the second movement, Baca (second from right) plays an Iraqi dad during a scene where the Marines have an altercation with an Iraqi family. Brian Krontz hide caption

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Marine's Ballet A Moving Tribute To Time In Iraq

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'Theater Geek' School's Real Life Drama

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David Annen (left) and Paul Bhattacharjee play G.H. Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan, two mathematicians who inspired Simon McBurney's A Disappearing Number. Robbie Jack hide caption

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'Disappearing Number': A Vivid Theatrical Equation

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Miller played Sally, a waitress who became a Broadway sensation, in the 1929 film Sally. Warner Bros. hide caption

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A Star Named Marilyn (But Not The One You Think)

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In Charenton, the Marquis de Sade directs a play-within-a-play about the French Revolution, performed by inmates of the Charenton Asylum, including Antonieta, a young baker fixated on Marie Antoinette; Napoleoncito, a young actor fixated on Napoleon; and Juana, a girl who believes she is Joan of Arc. Diana Taylor/Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics hide caption

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Cuban Theater Troupe Makes U.S. Debut

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Actor Danny Kaye (left) clowns around with composer Frank Loesser while rehearsing a song for the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen. Gjon Mili/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Succeed In Showbiz: The Frank Loesser Story

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Frank Loesser won the Academy Award for his song "Baby It's Cold Outside." Stroud/Express/Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Celebrates Frank Loesser's 100th Birthday

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Festival Brings New Dramas To Shenandoah Valley

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'Completely Hollywood': 197 Films, Abridged

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Puppeteers Train, Bond At Conference

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