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Justin Bieber Apologizes for Bad Behavior in Online Video

Jan 29
Justin Bieber has apologized for his bad behavior in a new video posted to Facebook.

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A Foote in Chicago: 'Dividing the Estate'

By EDGE | Jan 29
"Dividing the Estate," a 2008-09 Tony Award nominee for Best Original Play and Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role (Hallie Foote), can finally be seen in Chicago in Raven Theatre's production, which began preview performances on Tuesday.

Jim Parsons to Play God in Broadway's 'An Act of God'

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 29
Jim Parson is going from a scientific nerd in "The Big Bang Theory" to a pretty big religious role - the Almighty.

Heklina and Crew Reinvent Drag -- Again

By Andre Torrez | Jan 29
"I have always thought the PC police are way out of line." Heklina writes to me via email about the "T" word that was the source of much criticism last year.

Theatre Review :: SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 29
This jukebox musical pokes fun at the popular erotic romance novel about a submissive young woman and her dominant admirer.

Kneehigh's 'Tristan & Yseult' Elevates this Classic Love Triangle

By EDGE | Jan 28
ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage announces "Tristan & Yseult," by Kneehigh (U.K.) for a two‐week limited engagement.

Tony Nominee John Tartaglia is the cast of 'Buyer & Cellar'

By EDGE | Jan 28
George Street Playhouse and Artistic Director David Saint have announced that New Jersey native John Tartaglia, from the original Broadway cast of "Avenue Q," will be appearing in New Brunswick as the sole cast member of "Buyer & Cellar."

Theatre Review :: Tree

By Adam Brinklow | Jan 28
SF Playhouse stages "Tree," the story of a man who takes care of his mother, who is aging and has dementia.

Theatre Review :: Sondheim Unplugged

By Jamison Karon | Jan 28
"Sondheim Unplugged" is mostly for the diehard fans, but it's still pretty good even if you're not. With an incredible space like 54 Below, a few glasses of wine and live music, it can't be that bad

Theatre Review :: Princess Mary Demands Your Attention

By Beth Dugan | Jan 28
The new play by Bailiwick Chicago's resident playwright Aaron Holland, "Princess Mary Demands Your Attention" is a wonderful riotous celebration of the human ability to be both your own worse enemy and the solution to all of your problems.

Theatre Review :: The Meeting

By Steve Weinstein | Jan 28
Justin Sayre's monthly meeting of the International Order of Sodomites celebrated Ethel Merman with a bevy of cabaret stars. It doesn't get any gayer than this!

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