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    Oprah Headed for Broadway

    Winfrey is in talks to make her Broadway debut in a revival of Marsha Norman's "'night, Mother" opposite theater legend Audra McDonald.

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    New Fellowship for Women Playwrights Announced

    The fellowship will support the development of an original work from a women writer-director.

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    DC Theaters to Launch Festival Showcasing Women Playwrights

    Forty-four theater companies in Washington, DC, have joined forces to launch the Women's Voices Theater Festival, designed to showcase works by contemporary female playwrights.

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    Adepero Oduye Is Replacing Condola Rashad In 'The Trip to Bountiful'

    Last week, when it was announced that the Broadway revival of The Trip to Bountiful, which was initially scheduled for a 14-week limited engagement through July 7, received a second extension to close on October 9, I wondered whether co-star Condola Rashad would be replaced for the latter half of th...

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    Watch Chiwetel Ejiofor As Patrice Lumumba In Trailer For Aimé Césaire's 'A Season In The Congo'

    Before he makes his star turn in Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave, and his feature directorial debut with William Kamkwamba's story, revered thespian Chiwetel Ejiofor can be seen on stage, playing Patrice Lumumba, in Aimé Césaire's play, A Season in the Congo, at the Young Vic in London - a producti...

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    Film Aside, Can You Listen to the 'Les Miserables' Soundtrack On Its Own?

    "Les Misérables" may have taken home the Golden Globe for Best Comedy/Musical, but it's nowhere near to a universally acclaimed film. 2012 has been a year in which none of the top awards contenders have earned that distinction -- "Lincoln" gets as many raves as "mehs," and ebates on the ethics of "Z...

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