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    Donna Tartt, Annie Baker Win Pulitzers

    Tartt's epic novel "The Goldfinch" and Baker's wry play "The Flick" won the Best Fiction and Best Drama prizes, respectively.

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    Women Dominate This Year's Olivier Awards

    "Chimerica's" Lucy Kirkwood and Lyndsey Turner won Best Play and Best Director, respectively, at the UK's most prestigious theater awards.

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    Tribeca Women DIrectors: Meet Elizabeth Swados (My Depression)

    "By keeping it extremely personal, but using line drawings and goofy cartoons, I could get away from the usual cliches that are associated when people talk about their experiences with mental illness."

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    Artist/Poet Saul Williams To Lead Cast of Kenny Leon's Tupac-Inspired Broadway Musical

    The upcoming Broadway musical Holler If Ya Hear Me, directed by the always busy Kenny Leon will begin previews May 29 at the Palace Theater, before it officially opens on June 19.

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    Writer/Actress Apphia Campbell To Take 'Black Is The Color Of My Voice' To 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

    Could Apphia Campbell's journey to the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe be the next stop before a version of her play Black Is the Color of My Voice´╗┐´╗┐, an homage to the legacy of singer Nina Simone, finally gets a film adaptation?

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    Janine Nabers Wins Yale Playwriting Prize

    Nabers' "Serial Black Face" centers on a mother-daughter relationship in Atlanta in 1979, at the beginning of a two-year string of murders that targeted black children in that city.

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    UK's Channel 4 Exec Tessa Ross Becomes Head of National Theatre

    Ross has been called "the mother of British filmmaking."

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    Norm Lewis Will Be First Black Phantom in Broadway's 'The Phantom of the Opera'

    Norm Lewis Will Be First Black Phantom in Broadway's 'The Phantom of the Opera'

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    Gemma Arterton Headed to London Stage in Made in Dagenham Musical

    Arterton will play a 1960s seamstresses striking for fair wages.

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    Playwright Lucy Kirkwood Wins Blackburn Prize for Chimerica

    Kirkwood was honored for "Chimerica," which ran in London's West End last year. The three-hour play is a moral and political look at Chinese-American relations.

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