Michael Caine: A Life Large Enough For An Encore

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Your Letters: The Hammersteins

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Vince Lombardi Takes The Stage With A New Play

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Happiness is a good rhyme: Stephen Sondheim's new memoir takes its title from a lyric that captures what songwriter Paul Simon -- in a New York Times review of the book -- describes as "that feeling of joy, the little squirt of dopamine hitting the brain" when an artist is at work. Courtesy of the author hide caption

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Look, He Made A Hat: Sondheim Talks Sondheim

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Anthony Perkins and Charmian Carr starred in Stephen Sondheim's 1966 made-for-TV musical, Evening Primrose, about people living in a department store after-hours. ABC/Photofest hide caption

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'Primrose': 44 Years Later, Still Sharp As Thumbtacks

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The Hammersteins' Path From Brooms To Broadway

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Back Stage At A High-Tech Opera

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Scott Shepherd plays an office worker who gets swept away by The Great Gatsby in Gatz. Joan Marcus hide caption

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'Great Gatsby' Onstage, With A White-Collar Twist

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'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' Rocks Broadway

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Backstage With Broadway Legend Patti LuPone

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Danny Rahim, left, Vincent Ebrahim, kneeling, and Nabil Elouahabi perform in Monologue. John Haynes/Tricycle Theatre hide caption

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150 Years Of Afghan History In One Theater Marathon

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Miss Daisy Rides Again: Vanessa Redgrave returns to Broadway to take on a character Jessica Tandy made famous on film. Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Broadway Season Bets On Big Stars, Short Scripts

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New to Broadway this season is the U.K. production of La Bete, set in 17th century France and starring Mark Rylance and David Hyde Pierce. Courtesy The Hartman Group hide caption

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A West End Test For The Broadway-Bound

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

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Actors Retreat To Shakespearean Haven

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