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A 5-foot-11 dancer who performed as the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Pennsylvania Ballet's Nutcracker this season says she's being dropped from the company because she's too tall.
 
In Milan, a world of shadows
In Milan, a world of shadows.
 
Broadway holiday numbers dip, including revenue, attendance
Broadway box offices failed to break any records over the Christmas holiday, despite mild weather and eye-popping hauls by huge hits like "Hamilton." Revenues, attendance and the number of shows all dipped.
 
Best Friends Forever
Team XingAn members of Taiwan Rainbow Family Life Education Association (彩虹生命教育) perform "Best Friends Forever" (超級好朋友), a tale of friendship among toys, in front of students of Taipei Municipal JinHua Elementary School (臺北市立金華國民小學) on Dec. 22.
 
'Hairspray' Tony Award-winner Dick Latessa dies at 87
Dick Latessa, a veteran Broadway actor who was in the original productions of "Follies," "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "The Will Rogers Follies" and who won a Tony Award playing Harvey Fierstein's onstage husband in the original cast of "Hairspray," died Monday, Fierstein said.
 
The stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" has become London's theater event of the year. Producers hope Broadway will shortly be under its spell, too.
 
Tenor bringing American swagger to Milan 'Madama Butterfly'
U.S. tenor Bryan Hymel is bringing American swagger to the role of F.B. Pinkerton for La Scala's gala season premiere of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" next week.
 
Broadway revival of 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' crackles
Late in the new Broadway revival of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," Janet McTeer encounters a real, flickering candle. She's playing a devious aristocrat who is angry and happy to prove her mettle. So the actress quietly puts her palm over the flame, lets it hang there for a moment -- and then snuffs it out with a slap.
 
Christopher Jackson, who earned a Tony Award nomination for originating the role of George Washington in "Hamilton," is leaving the Broadway show on Nov. 13.
 
The next guy to play Shakespeare on Broadway is Adam Pascal
With "Something Rotten!" now counting down the days until its run on Broadway ends, it's time to call in musical theater's top closer -- Adam Pascal.
 
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