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e-Geaux: Social Networking Without The Social Or The Networking

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Reed Martin (from left), Austin Tichenor and Matt Rippy reduce the entire history of athletic competition to a two-hour comedy show. Meghan Moore/ Megapix Photography hide caption

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'Bad Boys Of Abridgement' Reduce World Of Sports

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A scene from the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of As You Like It in the specially constructed theater at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Stephanie Berger hide caption

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The RSC In NYC: 41 Actors, Five Plays, Six Weeks

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Elaine Paige's Musical Life, Lived On Stage

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'In The Blink Of An Eye,' A Change In Racial Identity

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Neil Patrick Harris stands among the cast of Company, which played in select movie theaters this weekend. Dario Cantatore/Getty Images hide caption

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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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