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    Elaine Stritch's Life To Be Celebrated at Star-Studded Event

    Known to be saucy, funny and bold, the late actress will be center-stage to an all-out tribute in her honor next month.

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    Tony-winning Theater Director George C. Wolfe Takes on Film with 'You're Not You'

    A legend in the theater world, George C. Wolfe is less known for his handful of cinematic projects. But he's about to do more.

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    Lynn Nottage and George C. Wolfe Team Up for Broadway Adaptation of Oscar Winner 'Black Orpheus'

    The 1959 Marcel Camus classic film is loosely based on Orpheus and Eurydice of Greek mythology, with Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during Carnival season, as the backdrop.

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    George C Wolfe Will Direct Film Adaptation Of Nilo Cruz’s Broadway Hit Play 'Anna In The Tropics'

    George C Wolfe Will Direct Film Adaptation Of Nilo Cruz’s Broadway Hit Play 'Anna In The Tropics'

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    AFM 2013: George C. Wolfe Will Direct Samuel L. Jackson & Michael Caine In 'Harry & The Butler'

    AFM 2013: George C. Wolfe Will Direct Samuel L. Jackson & Michael Caine In 'Harry & The Butler'

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    Courtney B. Vance Returning To Broadway After 22 Years For 'Lucky Guy' To Be Directed By George C. Wolfe

    It may not be widely-known that Courtney B. Vance has Broadway credits, and 2 Tony Award nominations for his performances in August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Fences (1987/1988), and for his lead role in John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation (1990-1991).

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    Veteran Stage Director George C. Wolfe Signs Up To Helm Hilary Swank Drama 'You're Not You'

    George C. Wolfe is one of those black directors who's been in the game for years, even though his name is rarely mentioned on new project short lists. That's maybe because he's likely best known for his stage directing work - from Jelly's Last Jam, to Bring in 'Da Noise...

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