A Century Later, 'Peter Pan' Still Soars On Kids' Faith In Goodness

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Heart-Stopping Production Numbers Make Up For A Thin Plot In 'An American In Paris'

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Targeted To Teens, A German Play About ISIS Stokes Fear, Teaching Opportunities

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Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo and Ariana DeBose with Lin-Manuel Miranda with the cast during their final performance curtain call of Hamilton in July. Walter McBride/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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'Hamilton' Cast Makes Appeal To Attendee Mike Pence, Amid Emotional Audience

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Anna Kendrick began performing in community theater when she was 6; by 12 years old, she had made it to Broadway. Casey Curry/Casey Curry hide caption

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Anna Kendrick Says Acting Is 'The Way That I Learn About Other People'

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Debbie Allen's FREEZE FRAME...Stop the Madness is a musical featuring dance, video and visual art that explores gun violence in cities. Lee Tonks/Courtesy of Debbie Allen Dance Academy hide caption

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Debbie Allen's 'Weapons' To Stop Gun Violence Are Dance And Music

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'Falsettos' Still Resonates In Changed Social Landscape

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Christopher Marlowe Credited As Shakespeare's Co-Author On Henry VI Plays

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Chris Gethard co-stars in Comedy Central's Broad City and in Mike Birbiglia's film Don't Think Twice. His one-man show, Career Suicide, details his experiences with depression. Atisha Paulson/Chris Gethard hide caption

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Manic And Depressed, 'I Didn't Like Who I Was,' Says Comic Chris Gethard

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Kathleen Turner stars as Joan Didion in Arena Stage's production of The Year of Magical Thinking. C. Stanley Photography/Arena Stage hide caption

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'It's Very Lonely': Kathleen Turner Stars As Joan Didion In 'Magical Thinking'

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John Slattery Gushes About His Role In Revived Broadway Classic 'Front Page'

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Battlefield stars actors Sean O'Callaghan, Jared McNeill (as Yudishtira), Ery Nzaramba and Carole Karemera. Richard Termine/Courtesy of the Brooklyn Academy of Music hide caption

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A Guilt-Ridden Winner Takes Center Stage In Peter Brook's 'Battlefield'

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