Theatre

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Will Soon Be an Aaron Sorkin Play

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Harry Potter can be a play. Spongebob can be a play. Carole King can be a play. It actually even makes a little more sense for the newest, just announced, surprise-it-can-be-a-play play to be a play: To Kill a Mockingbird will be a play. Especially because it’s already been a play, adapted by Christopher Sergel, in the past. The big news is, rather, that this new version will be adapted by Aaron Sorkin
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James Corden to Host Tony Awards, Also Celebrates Groundhog Day

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Nobody sells a joke like James Corden. Since taking over The Late Late Show on March of 2015, he’s overcome any anxiety and grown into his role as creator of viral content, what with those charming car sing-alongs. So he should do well, then, as the host of the 2016 Tony Awards, a job that, more than anything else, requires the ability to sell a joke, no matter how flat it falls. 
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‘Nerds’ Will Be a Broadway Musical About Bill Gates and Steve Jobs

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Computer scientists are always singing when they code, right? They’re practically always portrayed on film as coding away, singing staccato rhythms to match the beat of their fingers as they pluck away at their next life-changing tech solution. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were especially guilty of this, and so their vocal proclivities are being taken to the stages of Broadway, in the form of a musical comedy called Nerds
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