'40s Flop, 'Sweet Bye And Bye,' Could Get 2nd Chance

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Wendy Wasserstein in 1985, beneath a poster for her play Isn't It Romantic. Wasserstein's plays examined the place where the upheaval witnessed by the baby boom generation met the demands of family and professional life. Ed Baily/AP hide caption

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Wendy Wasserstein, 'Lost' And Found

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Aziz Ansari, who stars in the new film 30 Minutes or Less, says his comedy is about life and personal anecdotes. Colin Patrick Smith hide caption

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Aziz Ansari: From Business School To Hollywood

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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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