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A Few Of Michael York's Star-Studded Memories

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Reeve Carney appears onstage at the curtain call for the opening night performance of the Broadway musical Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. Charles Sykes/AP hide caption

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Stephen Colbert and Martha Plimpton perform a song from Company on stage during the 65th annual Tony Awards. Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images hide caption

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Stephen Colbert: In Good 'Company' On Broadway

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Reeve Carney (left) as Peter Parker and Jennifer Damiano as Mary Jane Watson on the Spider-Man set at the Foxwoods Theatre. Carney previously starred in Taymor's film The Tempest; Damiano earned a Tony nomination in 2009 for her performance in Next to Normal. Jacob Cohl hide caption

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At Long Last, Curtain To Rise On 'Spider-Man'

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Trent Fucci and Nancy King fill out lottery tickets for The Book of Mormon in front of a Broadway theater. The play has been sold out since previews. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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'Book of Mormon' Draws Hopefuls Into Ticket Lottery

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Nina Arianda plays Billie Dawn, a showgirl accompanying a corrupt tycoon to Washington, D.C., in the Broadway revival of Born Yesterday. Carol Rosegg hide caption

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A Rising Talent Finds Inspiration In A Theater Vet

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Nora Fiffer and Chance Bone of Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre in the company's current production of The Last Act of Lilka Kadison. Sean Williams hide caption

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For Lookingglass: Classics, Acrobatics And A Tony

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Playwright Edward Albee has won three Pulitzer Prizes, for Seascape, A Delicate Balance and Three Tall Women. Mary Altaffer/AP Images hide caption

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Playwright Albee Defends 'Gay Writer' Remarks

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Identity Crisis: Shabana Azmi stars in playwright Girish Karnad's Kennedy Center production of Broken Images, about a Hindu short-story writer who wonders if she has betrayed her language and identity by writing an English best-seller. Courtesy of the Kennedy Center hide caption

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Shabana Azmi, Acting On Her Convictions

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Preaching It: Ugandan villagers in The Book of Mormon (from left), Michael James Scott, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Rema Webb, Lawrence Stallings, Mala Nkenge Wilson and Darlesia Cearcy listen to missionary Josh Gad. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Scott Rudin On 'Book Of Mormon' And Edgy Humor

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'Priscilla' Plays Canned Music; Union Claims Desertion

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Bernadette Peters On Sondheim's 'Follies'

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