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The Theater People Podcast Welcomes Actress & Author Alexandra Silber and Tony-Winner Reed Birney

On Monday, August 7th Theater People podcast welcomes Alexandra Silber and Reed Birney in a two-part episode. In the first segment, Silber discusses her new novel 'After Anatevka' which tells the story of Hodel, the middle daughter in Fiddler On The Roof, after the action of the beloved musical ends. Silber also discusses her career in The West End The Woman In White, Fiddler On The Roof and on Broadway Master Class, Fiddler On The Roof and shares how her life journey prepared her to write her book. In the second segment, Tony winner Reed Birney discusses his work in the provocative new production of 1984, a play based on George Orwell's 1949 novel.
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'Bones' Says Goodbye After 12 Seasons: A Look Back at Brennan and Booth's 22 Best Episodes

'Bones' Says Goodbye After 12 Seasons: A Look Back at Brennan and Booth's 22 Best Episodes
Bones signs off on Tuesday, after 12 seasons of crime solving, evidence examining, blood, guts and, most importantly, bones. But at the core of the long-running Fox procedural -- the “heart of the matter,” if you will -- was a partnership between forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz).

From their first episode together, Brennan and Booth’s dynamic was electric, and while the will-they-or-won’t-they of it all took nearly seven seasons to sort out (more if you count that they don’t actually tie the knot until season nine), their relationship kept fans hooked for all 245 episodes. We watched Brennan wrestle with her feelings as Booth looked for love, saw them lay it all on the line only to yank it back again, and finally, at long last, got to witness their happy ending. Two kids and countless hurdles later, they’re still going strong.

So, as we
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Photo Flash: Jessica Hendy and the Cast of Cats Sing for Seniors in Midtown

On March 9th, 2017, Sing For Your Seniors Sfys hosted the latest in its series of Broadway Sessions with cast members from Cats for the Lgbt seniors at Sage Center Midtown. The musical performance, led by Sfys Session Leader Daniel Torres Broadway Beautiful, Evita, The Pirate Queen, The Woman in White, Off-Broadway Altar Boyz, National Tour Wicked, included songs of the performers' choosing as well as songs from Cats. The Sage Center audience enjoyed a one-hour session, as well as a meet-and-greet visit with the cast following the performance. Scroll down for photos from the event
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Ben Hardy, Jessie Buckley, Dougray Scott & Charles Dance Head To BBC’s ‘The Woman In White’ Remake

Ben Hardy and Jessie Buckley are set to join Dougray Scott and Charles Dance in a BBC One adaptation of Wilkie Collins' psychological thriller The Woman in White. The 5×60 series, which has begun filming in Northern Ireland, is produced by Origin Pictures and is adapted by Fiona Seres. David Thompson exec produces along with BBC's Sarah Stack while Sarah Curtis produces. Black Mirror and Humans helmer Carl Tibbetts is set to direct. Story follows Walter Hartright who…
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Riverdale Photo Preview: Farewell Jason Blossom

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It's time for Jason Blossom to rest in peace. The Blossom family is ready to begin his funeral arrangements on Riverdale Season 1 Episode 5.

Archie and friends have turned up at the Blossom estate to pay their respects to the fallen football star. The investigation is far from solving the crime. But at least he'll have a calm goodbye, right? Based on these photos, it doesn't look too good.

Check out the photos below from "Chapter Five: Heart of Darkness", which airs Thursday, February 23 on The CW.

And don't forget, you can watch Riverdale online via TV Fanatic to get caught up on past episodes.

1. The Blossoms Brokenhearted - Riverdale Season 1 Episode 5 It must be tough for the Blossom family to be burying their son during his murder investigation. But this family is hiding something. What could be going on behind the scenes? 2. Musically Inclinded - Riverdale Season 1 Episode 5 Our favorite
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Ridley Scott Expands Scott Free London as Ed Rubin Boards

Ridley Scott Expands Scott Free London as Ed Rubin Boards
Origin Pictures head of film and television Ed Rubin has joined Ridley Scott’s U.K. production outfit, Scott Free London, as managing director as the company looks to expand further.

Rubin will join in January to grow the company’s activities across film and TV, and oversee the strategic and creative direction of the company, working with head of film Jack Arbuthnott, head of TV Kate Crowe, and head of business and commercial affairs Carlo Dusi.

Scott Free London has come of age and continues to grow. Ed has a fantastic track record and exactly the right credentials to push this expansion,” Scott said. “He joins a formidable team in Kate, Carlo and Jack at a pivotal time in the company’s growth. The global landscape for film and TV drama is evolving rapidly, and I want Scott Free London to play a significant part in this revolution. It
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Hannah Farrell Promoted at David Thompson’s Origin Pictures

Hannah Farrell is to step up to the role of head of film and television at David Thompson’s Origin Pictures, whose credits include “Woman in Gold,” starring Helen Mirren. She replaces Ed Rubin, who is leaving the company for a new role elsewhere, which is expected to be announced next week.

The company’s latest movie, “The Sense of an Ending,” will be released by CBS in the U.S. and Studiocanal in the U.K. early next year. Based on Julian Barnes’ Booker Prize-winning novel, adapted by Nick Payne and directed by Ritesh Batra, the film stars Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling, Harriet Walter, Michelle Dockery and Emily Mortimer, and was financed by FilmNation and BBC Films.

Past film productions include “X + Y,” starring Sally Hawkins, Rafe Spall, Asa Butterfield and Eddie Marsan; “What We Did on Holiday,” starring Billy Connolly, David Tennant and Rosamund Pike; “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,
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Farrell promoted at Origin, Ed Rubin departs

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Farrell will be replacing Rubin as head of film and television.

Hannah Farrell is being promoted to head of film and television at Origin Pictures in the new year.

She will be replacing Ed Rubin, who is leaving the company. His new job is expected to be announced next week.

Farrell is currently running Origin’s development slate and has more than ten years experience at a senior level in development at Working Title and Ruby Films.

“Ed has played a key part in the founding and growth of Origin and we will all be very sorry to see him leave. He has been a great colleague and champion of our projects. I am pleased to say that we now have the strongest slate we have ever had across film and television and I want to thank Ed for his key part in this,” commented Origin’s CEO David Thompson.

“I am delighted
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Bww TV: Broadway Sessions Celebrates Living Legend Andrew Lloyd Webber

Broadway became just a little more Broadway this last week as Cats made it's return to the Great White Way. Whether or not you think Cats is a ground breaker or a punch line, one thing is certain, the man behind the music is a living legend. Andrew Lloyd Webber has been an ubiquitous part of any theatre fans experience for decades. From those first chilling organ chords in Phantom which still gets me every time-then again I wore my Phantom T-shirt to have my 8th grade school photos takento the synth pop of Starlight Expressto the irresistible bubble gum goodness of Josephit's hard not to walk out of a Lloyd Webber show not humming the tunes. He's had hits um, Cats is Back, he's had misses The Woman in White he's blazed trails Jc Superstar is arguably the first and finest rock musical and has written a masterpiece of
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Herbert Wise obituary

Film and television director whose work included I, Claudius, Rumpole of the Bailey, Z Cars and The Woman in Black

The film and television director Herbert Wise, who has died aged 90, made an impressive contribution to television drama over five decades. Most notably, he earned plaudits (and Bafta and Emmy nominations) as the director of all 13 episodes of I, Claudius (1976), the Robert Graves adaptation starring Derek Jacobi; but his credits appeared on a wide range of programmes, including Z Cars, Upstairs Downstairs, The Norman Conquests, Rumpole of the Bailey, Breaking the Code, and both The Woman in White and The Woman in Black. In 1979 he won a Bafta for his outstanding service to television.

As Herbert Weisz, he arrived in Britain in January 1939 on the Kindertransport, a 14-year-old Jewish refugee from Vienna without a word of English. He was fostered by the family of a wealthy Surrey accountant, who almost
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'Bones' Recap: Brennan and Aubrey Team Up With Surprising Results

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'Bones' Recap: Brennan and Aubrey Team Up With Surprising Results
It's a quadruple-y excellent evening for Bones fans tonight. Not only do we get an original episode with the airing of "The Mutilation of the Master Manipulator," but we're exactly seven days away from the most highly anticipated Bones episode since "The Woman in White" and "The Conspiracy in the Corpse." Add to that that Fox just released an amazing Bones Infographic that illustrates every single important detail from the first 200 Booth-y hours of Bones-y goodness (which, I'm sorry, but is the coolest Bones-centric thing I've seen in, like, forever) and... and, there are rumors that the possibility of an eleventh season is looking more and more likely every minute. You may now take a moment to quietly explode with glee, Boneheads. And enjoy it, because we are about to endure a winter of bitter discontent until Bones picks up again in Spring.
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31 scary TV episodes that truly terrified us

From The Twilight Zone to Penny Dreadful, Doctor Who and more, Den Of Geek’s writers revisit the TV episodes that truly terrify them…

It’s Halloween! Icicles are glistening from window sills. Chestnuts are roasting on open fires. North Pole elves are… hang on, no. None of that nice, fluffy stuff is happening. At Halloween, demonic creatures hunt for flesh, monsters creep out of their graves, and TV does its level best to freak us all the hell out.

In the spirit of all that, we asked our writers to select and share the TV episodes, horror or otherwise, that have made them whimper with fear. Here they all are, 31 of them, because, well, at Halloween, we like things to add up to 31.

Note that this isn’t a Top 10, or a Best Of, nor is it listed in order of scariness. It’s a collection of the particular
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Daily Dead’s 2014 Halloween Horrors TV Calendar

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One of my fondest memories growing up as a young horrorphile was catching as many scary movies and fright-filled specials as I could during the month of October in order to prepare for Halloween night. With the hundreds of channel options out there for viewers these days, I thought it might be fun to break down where genre fans can catch various movies, specials and even Halloween-themed cartoons over the next 31 days so that you can start planning out your viewings in advance.

Here are some of the thrills and chills coming to your televisions this October. Please keep in mind that full schedules have not been announced everywhere yet, so we’ll be sure to update you guys with any additions to the calendar. All times listed are Et/Pt:

Wednesday, October 1st

2:00pm – The Dead (SyFy)

4:30pm – Dead Season (SyFy)

6:30pm – Halloween II (2009) (SyFy)

9:
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Patrick Page, Adriane Lenox, Robert Cuccioli, Aaron Lazar & More Set for Town Hall's Broadway By The Year Series, 3/31

Tony Award-Winner Adriane Lenox After Midnight, Doubt, Tony Award-nominees Anita Gillette Neil Simon's Chapter Two amp Robert Cuccioli Jekyll amp Hyde, Drama Desk-nominees Aaron Lazar Les Miserables, A Little Night Music, Patrick Page Spider Man Turn Off the Dark, Cyrano, the upcoming Casa Valentina by Harvey Fierstein, Nancy Anderson Jolson amp Company, Wonderful Town, A Class Act amp Jeffry Denman Yank, Irving Berlin's White Christmas will be joined by Ron Bohmer A Little Night Music, Ragtime, The Woman in White and Maxine Linehan Bronte. They will be among the 25 stars set to appear in Town Hall's Broadway by the Year Series on Monday, March 31 at 8pm, The Broadway Musicals Of 1940-1964. More stars to be announced soon
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Photo Coverage: Meet the Company of Vineyard Theatre's Arlington!

Vineyard Theatre 108 E. 15 St. will present the new musical Arlington by Victor Lodato and Polly Pen -- with previews set to begin Wednesday, February 12 prior to its official opening night on Sunday, March 2. Directed byCarolyn Cantor The Great God Pan, After The Revolution, Arlington will star Alexandra SilberMASTER Class on Broadway with Tyne Daly, The Woman In White as Sara Jane, a young wife who valiantly tries to remain hopeful while her husband is away at war, despite a growing concern that something is not quite right. This new music-theatre piece is a stirring and powerful work that explores complex questions about history, identity and power as it takes us deeper into the storm stirring beneath Sara Jan's sunny exterior.The company met the press yesterday and you can check out complete photo coverage below
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Freeze Frame: Arlington's Ben Moss & Alexandra Silber Meet the Press!

Vineyard Theatre 108 E. 15 St. will present the new musical Arlington by Victor Lodato and Polly Pen -- with previews set to begin Wednesday, February 12 prior to its official opening night on Sunday, March 2. Directed by Carolyn Cantor The Great God Pan, After The Revolution, Arlington will star Alexandra Silber Master Class on Broadway with Tyne Daly, The Woman In White as Sara Jane, a young wife who valiantly tries to remain hopeful while her husband is away at war, despite a growing concern that something is not quite right. This new music-theatre piece is a stirring and powerful work that explores complex questions about history, identity and power as it takes us deeper into the storm stirring beneath Sara Jan's sunny exterior.The company met the press earlier today and you can check out a photo preview from the festivities below
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Sherlock Series Blog 3.1: The Empty Hearse [Contains Spoilers]

Written By: Mark Gatiss

Director: Jeremy Lovering

The Story: Sherlock Holmes returns from the dead…

The Verdict: Two years ago, a nation was left on tenterhooks as Sherlock Holmes seemingly leapt to his death, only to turn up again on screen a few minutes later alive and well, unbeknownst to his grief stricken friend John Watson. Online fandom exploded, imploded, then exploded again, as fans debated back and forth their theories as to how the super sleuth survived. Expectation grew and grew, as the months turned into years…

Creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat clearly knew that no matter what their solution would be, it wouldn’t satisfy all of the Sherlock fanbase, no matter how audacious or clever it was. Something entirely unexpected would be required so as to lessen the weight of expectation. Their eventual decision to tease the audience with several possible, if a little crazy and highly improbable,
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21 best 'shipper payoffs of 2013: 'Vampire Diaries' Delena hook-up, 'Bones' wedding and more

2013 has been a great year for TV. We saw the introduction of a ton of amazing new series, said goodbye to some of the greatest shows that will ever air, and watched as streaming sites became legitimate networks. But what we really loved (and our rewind buttons hated most)? Watching all of our favorite couples finally give us 'shippers the payoffs we've been waiting for.

It may have taken upwards of eight years for some moments to finally happen, but from kisses, to people sleeping together, to proposals, to weddings, so many of our favorite couples sealed the deal in some way. Here are the 21 best 'shipper payoffs of 2013 ... with video of all the hot, sweet, sexy, romantic, and beautiful moments:

'The Vampire Diaries' - 'My Brother's Keeper'

Although the big moment was tinged with the poison of Caroline and Stefan realizing Elena was sired to Damon,
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Photo Flash: Big Fish Cast Bring Holiday Joy at Sing For Your Seniors Performance

On Tuesday, December 17th, members of the Broadway company of Big Fish joined forces with Sing For Your Seniors Sfys to bring a special holiday performance to Encore Senior Center in midtown. The musical session, hosted by Sing For Your Seniors Board Member Daniel Torres Evita, The Woman in White, Pirate Queen included holiday favorites and songs from Big Fish. Check out photos from the event below
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Best TV episodes of 2013: 'Arrow,' 'Orphan Black,' 'Bones' and more

2013 was a good year for television. From "Arrow" to "Orphan Black" to "Game of Thrones" to "Bones," shows across the entertainment spectrum provided fun, emotions and intense shocks. As Zap2it continues its rundown of the best TV episodes of 2013, here are my picks.

Best insanity: 'Orphan Black,' 'Variations Under Domestication'

What can I say? I'm a sucker for a show that goes off the rails like some safety-challenged thrill ride. On "Orphan Black," that happened on the day Alison decided to tie up and torture her husband during a neighborhood potluck party. Sarah, Felix and even Hot Paul get in on the action, creating a microcosm for the combination of energy, comedy and danger that made "Orphan Black" 2013's best new show.

Best pilot: 'The Americans'

Narrowly beating out "The Blacklist" for this honor, "The Americans" wins for introducing a tricky concept (deep-cover Soviet spies during the
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