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Wednesday 5: Fashion to Die For, the Kilroys’ List, Audra McDonald, etc.

By Women's Voices For Change
A new exhibition explores fashion to die for—literally; Audra McDonald responds to the controversy about her Tony acceptance speech; The Kilroys' List of “excellent new plays by female-identified playwrights" is out; black women are really running Hollywood; and for the first time a woman is running a police station in Pakistan’s city of Karachi.
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Theater

Tony Awards 2014: Year of the Drama Queens

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

If you, too, love the theater, there was very little not to love about this year’s Tony Awards program. All in all, it was a delight. Speeches were sincere and brief. Excerpts from nominated shows were exhilarating. This was a celebration of the men—and particularly, the women—who give it their all eight shows a week.

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Arts & Culture · Theater

Tonys 2013: Long Live the Drama Queens!

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

"There's No Business Like Show Business," the song proclaims.This past Sunday night, the crowd at Radio City Music Hall—along with millions of people watching the 67th Annual Tony Awards online and from home—would have agreed wholeheartedly. With so much extraordinary singing and dancing and acting, the level of joy was downright show-stopping.

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