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Topic - Cheyenne Jackson
One makes a video with Steve Buscemi and rockers Vampire Weekend. Another gets shout-outs from Whoopi Goldberg and Brooke Shields. A third hobnobs over cocktails with an actor from "The Sopranos."
If getting dressed up to go to a crowded bar with the entire city isn't your idea of a special evening, then Washington's Woolly Mammoth Theatre has the answer for a unique New Year's Eve.
These are not fun days for Cheyenne Jackson when it comes to his diet. He faces more restrictions on what goes in his mouth than an Olympic athlete.
Alicia Silverstone is coming back to Broadway _ in a romantic comedy set in the porn industry.
The star-studded West Coast performance of the gay marriage play "8" led by George Clooney and Brad Pitt will be heard again this month _ on radio and online.
A star-studded Cannes gala attended by the likes of Kylie Minogue and Janet Jackson has raised a record-breaking $11 million for AIDS research, organizers said Friday.
President Barack Obama heads to Broadway next month as part of a double bill with former President Bill Clinton _ and the stars will be out to welcome them.
Cheyenne Jackson is stepping into the void left this year by the absence of AMC's "Mad Men."
Several big names will perform the romantic musical comedy "She Loves Me" as part of a one-night-only benefit in New York for the Roundabout Theatre Company.
A play based on last year's federal court fight over California's gay marriage ban made its Broadway debut on Monday night with an all-star cast, only hours after a federal judge decided to unseal the trial's video recordings.
A new play about the legal battle over same-sex marriage in California keeps attracting big-name talent.
Anthony Edwards, Morgan Freeman, Cheyenne Jackson, Christine Lahti, Rob Reiner, Yeardley Smith and Marisa Tomei will appear in a one-night-only reading on Broadway of a play about Proposition 8.
Jackson, who plays the stud Mandrew, says it was the most joyous script he'd read in two years.
Jackson points to the spot where the tattoo was inked and says he was holding her there when she died.