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"The Criminals of Cultural Mimicry Tetralogy III 'French' Emilie's Fabulous!? World," is scheduled to open in June in Taipei, presenting the third part of a series that debuted nine years ago.
 
British singer Leona Lewis will play the ragged and lonely star Grizabella in the Broadway revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Cats."
 
Romania play stages communism horrors
Romanians have relived the horrors of communism in a play featuring Lenin and Stalin, set to patriotic songs of that era, played by actors who mime their roles.
 
Shakespeare First Folio fetches $2.75 million at auction
LONDON -- A set of the first four editions of William Shakespeare's plays -- dubbed the "Holy Grail of publishing" by Christie's auction house -- sold Wednesday for almost 2.5 million pounds ($3.68 million).
 
Playwrite Lin-Manuel Miranda's new honor at Sardi's is as sweet at dessert
Lin-Manuel Miranda has already this year won a Pulitzer Prize, a Grammy, the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History and a MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant. What more could he get?
 
For You, My Dear: The Past,' a powerful story of relationships
"My ultimate goal is to let all my employees live good lives," said Tsai Ya Tin (蔡雅庭), the leader of Lyrics Studio. The theater troupe, established years ago by Tsai's very close friend, is a living example of the founder's vision.
 
On point
Dancers from Russian Classical Ballet perform "The Sleeping Beauty" at the National Theatre Ruben Dario in Managua, Nicaragua, Monday, May 23.
 
Injured ballerina Munaretto works her way back to the stage
Ballerina Lucila Munaretto refused to accept what her doctors told her after a rollerblading accident left her with serious brain and spine injuries -- that she might never dance again.
 
Review: Vogel's 'Indecent' adds humor and insight to past
Paula Vogel's powerful new play "Indecent" is truly a celebration of the power of theater. A seasoned cast presents the story of a controversial early 20th century play simply and intimately, through seamlessly entwined music, dance and narrative.
 
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked unearths surprise
London's relentless building boom has dug up another chunk of the city's history -- one with a surprise for scholars of Shakespearean theater.
 
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