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Once Upon a Time Recap: Regina's Change of Heart, Hook Sunk by Secret

Once Upon a Time Recap: Regina's Change of Heart, Hook Sunk by Secret
This week on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, Regina and the Evil Queen had a duel to the “death,” while Hook embarked on a most unexpected voyage.

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Upon making the acquaintance of the Wish Realm’s Robin, the Truly Evil Queen scoffed at his idea to get a new start in New York. Rather, she offers him return passage to the Wish Realm, in trade for his help in digging up the Spear Shears of Destiny, with which she plans to sever
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Stage Tube: On This Day for 12/6/15- Ira Gershwin

Happy Birthday, Ira Gershwin A lyricist, Gershwin collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. With George he wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows, featuring songs such as 'I Got Rhythm', 'Embraceable You', 'The Man I Love' and 'Someone to Watch Over Me'. He was also responsible, along with DuBose Heyward, for the libretto to George's opera Porgy and Bess. The success the brothers had with their collaborative works has often overshadowed the creative role that Ira played. However, his mastery of songwriting continued after the early death of George. He wrote additional hit songs with composers Jerome Kern 'Long Ago and Far Away', Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen.
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TV Exclusive: Highlights from Broadway Backwards 10- Lena Hall, Florence Henderson & Brian Stokes Mitchell

The 10th anniversary of Broadway Backwards capped off an exuberant, exhilarating and emotional evening of performances on Monday, March 9, 2015 with news that this year's event raised a record 466,717 for Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual amp Transgender Community Center. BroadwayWorld brings you exclusive highlights of 'Some Enchanted Evening,' 'It's Never Too Late to Fall in Love,' 'I Could Have Danced All Night,' 'I Remember It Well,' 'A Boy Like That,' 'The Man I Love,' 'This Nearly Was Mine,' 'Home,' 'Bill,' 'I Won't Send Roses,' 'There's Nothing Like a Dame,' 'Matchmaker,' 'The Game,' Chief Cook and Bottlewasher,' and 'Feed Me'below
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Stage Tube: On This Day 12/6- Ira Gershwin

Happy Birthday, Ira Gershwin A lyricist, Gershwin collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. With George he wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows, featuring songs such as 'I Got Rhythm', 'Embraceable You', 'The Man I Love' and 'Someone to Watch Over Me'. He was also responsible, along with DuBose Heyward, for the libretto to George's opera Porgy and Bess. The success the brothers had with their collaborative works has often overshadowed the creative role that Ira played. However, his mastery of songwriting continued after the early death of George. He wrote additional hit songs with composers Jerome Kern 'Long Ago and Far Away', Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen.
See full article at BroadwayWorld.com »

Stage Tube: On This Day 12/6- Ira Gershwin

Happy Birthday, Ira Gershwin A lyricist, Gershwin collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. With George he wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows, featuring songs such as 'I Got Rhythm', 'Embraceable You', 'The Man I Love' and 'Someone to Watch Over Me'. He was also responsible, along with DuBose Heyward, for the libretto to George's opera Porgy and Bess. The success the brothers had with their collaborative works has often overshadowed the creative role that Ira played. However, his mastery of songwriting continued after the early death of George. He wrote additional hit songs with composers Jerome Kern 'Long Ago and Far Away', Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen.
See full article at BroadwayWorld.com »

Trailers from Hell: Allan Arkush on Raoul Walsh Noir 'The Man I Love'

Trailers from Hell: Allan Arkush on Raoul Walsh Noir 'The Man I Love'
Auteurs! week concludes at Trailers from Hell with director Allan Arkush introducing Raoul Walsh's "The Man I Love," starring Ida Lupino in a powerhouse performance.Walsh's atmospheric noir soaper was originally intended for Ann Sheridan in the lead role. This troubled production received mixed reviews, but it touched an audience nerve and became a big hit. One of Martin Scorsese’s favorites.
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Stage Tube: On This Day 12/6- Ira Gershwin

Happy Birthday, Ira Gershwin A lyricist, Gershwin collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. With George he wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows, featuring songs such as I Got Rhythm, Embraceable You, The Man I Love and Someone to Watch Over Me. He was also responsible, along with DuBose Heyward, for the libretto to George's opera Porgy and Bess. The success the brothers had with their collaborative works has often overshadowed the creative role that Ira played. However, his mastery of songwriting continued after the early death of George. He wrote additional hit songs with composers Jerome Kern Long Ago and Far Away, Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen.
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"The Vampire Diaries" Recap: “One Last Hurrah.”

We open this week's episode on Klaus doing some bizarre Diy at the Fixer-Upper. I have no idea what he's supposed to be doing. Painting over wallpaper? Some kind of crackle finish? I need Hildi Santo-Tomas, stat!

Fauxbekah walks in and Klaus asks what took so long. She claims that it took longer than she expected to get Pric to give up the last White Oak Junior stake. She hands it over and Klaus tosses it on the fire. Klaus tells her to pack her bags; they're grabbing Elena and leaving that night.

A flustered Fauxbekah says they can't leave before the 1920s-themed “Decade Dance” at the high school. Klaus cares nothing for any dance and claims he cares less than nothing that Caroline will be there. Liar. Fauxbekah bats her lashes and asks pwetty pwease and Klaus accedes. “One last hurrah.”

Over at the Salvatore place, Damon is on the phone to Alaric.
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Maude Maggart Plays 'Parents and Children' at Feinstein's, 11/10 - 11/14

Feinstein's At Loews Regency, the nightclub proclaimed "Best of New York" by New York Magazine and "an invaluable New York institution" by The New York Post, will continue its star-studded Fall 2009 season with the celebrated chanteuse, Maude Maggart. She will bring her critically-acclaimed show "Parents and Children" back to New York. When it debuted last spring, The New York Times called Maude an "increasingly fascinating entertainer" whose show was "bewitching" and "seductive." The evening features songs by Stephen Sondheim ("Beautiful"), Rodgers & Hammerstein ("You've Got To Be Carefully Taught"), Dolly Parton ("Coat Of Many Colors"), George Gershwin ("The Man I Love"), Alec Wilder ("Be A Child") and Maury Yeston ("My Grandmother's Love Letters"). Maude is returning to Feinstein's for the first time since her New York nightclub debut as Michael Feinstein's guest in December 2001. All shows will take place at the Regency Hotel.
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