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A reworked version of the Gershwin opera "Porgy and Bess" has won the Tony Award for best musical revival.
In a rehearsal room below Lincoln Center Theater, seven singers have gathered around a piano, trying to nail a mash-up of two songs from the musical "Pacific Overtures."
Celebrated playwrights including Stephen Sondheim, Tony Kushner and Edward Albee have joined a fundraiser to mark the anniversary of a devastating earthquake in Japan.
Whoopi Goldberg, John Legend, Sean Combs and Serena Williams now have a place in the National Portrait Gallery in a show opening Friday, along with other leading black figures who may be lesser known.
Audra McDonald, Norm Lewis and David Alan Grier are slated to star in a revamped version of the Gershwin classic "Porgy and Bess" on Broadway.
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