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Almost Famous star Billy Crudup has joined Julianne Moore’s U.S. remake of Susanne Bier’s After The Wedding. Crudup, who has also starred in Alien: Covenant, Spotlight and many others, plays Oscar, the loving husband of Moore’s Theresa. Read More here

The 33rd annual ceremony celebrated the best of the 2017–2018 Off-Broadway season. The 33rd annual Lucille Lortel Awards, honoring the best of Off-Broadway, were held May 6 at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. Among the night’s big winners were the musical KPOP, which took home three awards including Outstanding Musical, and School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play and the Pulitzer-winning Cost of Living, which earned two wins each, including a tie for Outstanding Play.

Outstanding Solo Show – Harry Clarke
Produced by Vineyard Theatre in association with Audible
Written by David Cale, performed by Billy Crudup


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May 04, 2018   Leave a Comment Events/Appearances, Stage

Broadway and television stars, theatre fans, poker pros and game-faced novices alike will come together when Broadway Bets, Broadway’s official poker tournament, returns on Monday, May 14. The event is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Among the actors expected to ante up are last year’s Broadway Bets finalist and two-time Tony Award nominee and Oscar winner Steve Martin (Meteor Shower), Pulitzer Prize nominee Eric Bogosian (TV’s Billions, Talk Radio), 2018 Tony Award nominee Michael Cera (Lobby Hero), Tony winner Billy Crudup (Harry Clarke), Tony nominee Richard Kind (TV’s Young Sheldon) and Tony nominee Tony Yazbeck (Prince of Broadway, On the Town). More special guests are in the cards, but won’t show their hand until the evening of the event, which will be held at the theatre district’s beloved Sardi’s restaurant (234 West 44th Street). Read More here

The nominations for the 2018 Drama Desk Awards were announced April 25 by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt duo Jane Krakowski and Tituss Burgess. The 63rd annual ceremony, where the winners will be announced, will take place June 3 at Town Hall; Michael Urie returns to host.

Outstanding Solo Performance
Billy Crudup, Harry Clarke
David Greenspan, Strange Interlude
Jon Levin, A Hunger Artist
Lesli Margherita, Who’s Holiday!
Sophie Melville, Iphigenia in Splott

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