Running For Profit: Enron tells the story of how the company's chief executive officer, Jeffrey Skilling (Norbert Leo Butz, left), and chief financial officer, Andrew Fastow (Stephen Kunken, right), brought about the corporation's downfall. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth star in a new Broadway revival of Promises, Promises. Hayes says that he's had to overcome "a little added pressure and a little added fear" on stage because of his singing role. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Denzel Washington and Viola Davis play Troy and Rose Maxson, a couple who have been together for 18 years. Rose, who is loyal to Troy despite his past infidelity, is helping to raise his illegitimate daughter, Raynell. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Sondheim, shown here in 1974, won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama for Sunday in the Park with George. He has also received eight Tony Awards, eight Grammy awards and a Kennedy Center Honor. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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The Habit of Art explores the darker side of artistic life. One moment, Richard Griffith's bedraggled W.H. Auden is pontificating on the significance — or insignificance — art and the next he is passing gas. Johan Persson hide caption

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More Mascara, Please: In La Cage aux Folles, Albin and his lover Georges try to play it straight when Georges' son invites his ultraconservative would-be in-laws to dinner. The plan goes awry — and in the end the homophobes must grudgingly enlist the help of Les Cagelles — the drag chorus line (above) at the nightclub Georges and Albin own — to escape with their political reputations intact. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Stanley Tucci attends the opening night of 'Lend Me A Tenor' after party on April 4, 2010 in New York City. Will Ragozzino/Getty Images hide caption

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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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