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Topic - Brian D'Arcy James
Some classic Broadway show tunes will soon be getting the headbanging treatment.
When Tammy Blanchard was offered a juicy part in the film "Union Square," she had one big question: Why me?
While all his friends were jamming out to Def Leppard or the Scorpions, Brian d'Arcy James was in a different state of mind _ he was listening to Billy Joel.
Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones and Bernadette Peters will be on hand to help present the Drama Desk Awards next month.
More Broadway stars, including Nikki M. James of "The Book of Mormon" and Norm Lewis from "Porgy and Bess," have signed on to help celebrate The New York Pops' 29th birthday.
Media coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan sometimes has been as much about journalists as soldiers. In 2006, ABC's Bob Woodruff was nearly killed when shrapnel from a roadside bomb in Iraq tore through his brain.
Time will soon indeed stand still for the drama "Time Stands Still" on Broadway.
The play "Time Stands Still" will extend its Broadway run for an extra week.
"This is really a mini dream come true," James says.
First performed on Broadway in early 2010 with a cast that featured Laura Linney, Brian d'Arcy James, Eric Bogosian, and Alicia Silverstone, Time Stands Still tells the story of Sarah Goodwin, a female war photographer who returns to a fraught marriage after suffering an injury that left her scarred and limping.