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Review: Daniel MacIvor's play-writing shines in A Beautiful View Special

Toronto - The Toronto production of Daniel MacIvor's brilliant play A Beautiful View is both entertaining and thought-provoking, as the two-women production looks at how friendships flourish and falter.

Tony Awards: 'Kinky Boots' kicks its way to six wins

New York - With Neil Patrick Harris as host, the 67th Annual Tony Awards were handed out at Radio City Musical Hall in New York City tonight (June 9).

'Kinky Boots' tops field with 13 Tony nominations

New York - Cindy Lauper was having fun as the 67th Annual Tony Award nominations were announced today (April 30) because her "Kinky Boots" led the way with 13. Next up was "Matilda the Musical" with 12.

Op-Ed: Top 5 plays from NFL's Week 1 Sunday games

The opening weekend of the 2012 NFL treated fans to many thrilling highlights, but we've narrowed it to the top five plays from Sunday's games. Watch an incredible TD catch by Houston's Andre Johnson, and check out a 63-yard field goal in Green Bay.

Op-Ed: Toronto Fringe Festival running July 4 to 15

Toronto - Today marks the start of the 24th annual Toronto Fringe Festival, which as in previous years continues to expand with its offering of independent theatre productions.

'Madam Butterfly 3D' sailing on the QE2

When many minds across the pond will be fixed on Wimbledon in July, others will be focused on something entirely different - an event in 3D. Not only that, this movie will be featured on a ship made for a queen. As in the Queen Mary 2.

Chicago influence fills Timber Lake Playhouse as its season opens

It is not uncommon for many in the Chicagoland area to head west to escape, but not too far. For example, Galena, IL is an ideal spot. But, for theater lovers, Mt. Carroll can be that spot as well.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre gets large anonymous donation

London - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, located on London’s South Bank, has received a gift from an anonymous private donor of £1.5 million to help with structural development.

Shakespeare's 'Tempest' meant to be a musical, researcher says

Everybody knows William Shakespeare, the great Bard of tragedies, comedies, sonnets, romances and poetry. But was The Tempest a musical?

If It Wasn't Shakespeare, Then Who?

Justice Stevens Renders an opinion on who wrote Shakespeare's plays. He says it wasn't the Bard of Avon and the evidence is beyond a reasonable doubt.

Dog Plays Virtual Soccer

A super intelligent dog (?) plays virtual soccer

Drumming Up A Bit Of Business On The Block

This piece of short film shows a truly inspiring talent of a man who's last place of residence should be on the streets
 

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