Catherine Foster, Sahr Ngaujah and Nicole de Weever perform Bill T. Jones' choreography in Fela! Monique Carboni hide caption

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Bill T. Jones Takes Broadway Hit 'Fela!' On Tour

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Matt Stone (left) and Trey Parker at the after party for the opening night of The Book of Mormon on Broadway in March. Jim Spellman/WireImage hide caption

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How 'The Book Of Mormon' Cast Album Cracked The 'Billboard' Top 10

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Emma Thompson starred in HBO's adaptation of Tony Kushner's play Angels in America. Stephen Goldblatt/AP/HBO hide caption

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'Angels In America,' 20 Years Later

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The American Repertory Theater's production of Porgy and Bess emphasized musical theater over opera. Michael J. Lutch/Courtesy of the American Repertory Theater hide caption

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'Porgy And Bess,' Adapted For Modern Times

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Dressy And Juicy: Jan Maxwell plays socialite and former showgirl Phyllis Rogers Stone, one of four deeply unhappy characters at the show's center. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Broadway's 'Follies,' Sounding As Sumptuous As Ever

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In Ghost Light, a director deals with his father's death while staging a version of Hamlet. Jenny Graham/Oregon Shakespeare Festival hide caption

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A Son Confronts Moscone's 'Ghost' On Stage

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'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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