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Play Gives Woman At The Center Of Emmett Till's Murder Case A Voice

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Actors, Married For 35 Years, Enrich Their Lives With Others' Words

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This summer, the Santa Fe Opera's staging of "Dr. Atomic" features locals who have been affected by the U.S. government's 1945 atomic bomb test. Ken Howard for the Santa Fe Opera hide caption

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The 'Downwinders' From Atomic Testing Get Deserved Attention

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Fifty years after it was first staged, The Boys in the Band is finally playing on Broadway, with an all-gay cast including several film and TV stars. Joan Marcus/Polk and Co. hide caption

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A Stage Revival, And 50 Years Of Survival, For 'The Boys In The Band'

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Alvin, played by LJ Moses, performs "We Can't Stop," during the musical East of the River at the Anacostia Arts Center Friday night. Eslah Attar/NPR hide caption

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Musical 'East Of The River' Examines A Gentrifying Anacostia

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A Father Feared For His Son's Life, So He Joined Him On The Street

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Actors Josh Stamberg (son of NPR's Susan Stamberg) and Joanne Kelly as Arthur Miller and Inge Morath in Fall. T. Charles Erickson hide caption

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'Fall' Examines Playwright Arthur Miller's Secret Son

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Tony Winner Gets Audience To Sing 'Happy Birthday'

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Katrina Lenk and Tony Shalhoub perform "Omar Sharif" from The Band's Visit at the Tony Awards on Sunday night. John P. Filo/CBS hide caption

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'The Band's Visit' And Harry Potter Win Big At A Quieter Tony Awards

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Though the musical Mean Girls is nominated for a dozen Tony Awards, no Tonys are given to Broadway choruses. Kamille Upshaw is pictured in the bright green jacket, right of center. Joan Marcus/Boneau/Bryan-Brown hide caption

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A Campaign For 'Often The Hardest-Working People On Stage' — The Chorus

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Melody Herzfeld helped save 65 students when gunfire broke out at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Ian Witlen hide caption

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Parkland Drama Teacher Who Helped Save 65 To Receive Tony Award For Education

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Luz Nicolás stars in Exquisita Agonía by Nilo Cruz, which premieres in May at Repertorio Español. Michael Palma Mir/Sam Rudy Media Relations hide caption

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Repertorio Español Celebrates 50 Years With A World Premiere

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