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Nia Vardalos

  1. theater review
    Theater Review: Tiny Beautiful Things Won Me Over Against My WillDiscord, not so much.
  2. Cheryl Strayed on Watching Nia Vardalos Play Her OnstageThe star and writer of Tiny Beautiful Things on adapting the advice column Dear Sugar for theater, and what it’s like to see your life onstage.
  3. Nia Vardalos and Cheryl Strayed Want to Give You Uncomfortable AdviceThe star and writer of Tiny Beautiful Things on adapting the advice column Dear Sugar for theater, and what it’s like to see your life onstage.
  4. Nia Vardalos’s 10 Favorite BooksElena Ferrante, Margaret Atwood, Alison Bechdel, and more.
  5. the industry
    Nia Vardalos to Develop a Dramedy Inspired by That Time She Met Chewbacca MomThe My Big Fat Greek Wedding star will also draw from her own life experiences for the show.
  6. theater review
    Theater Review: Taking Minor Pleasure in Tiny Beautiful ThingsCheryl Strayed’s advice columns become a book.
  7. casting couch
    Nia Vardalos Cast in The CatchMy Big Fat Greek Forensics Accountant.
  8. last night on late night
    Nia Vardalos Cooked for Several Golden GirlsThe Greeks did invent cheesecake, so.
  9. the industry
    Industry Roundup: David Cross, PeggPlus: Draco Malfoy joins ‘Apes’ prequel.
  10. you saw it here first
    Exclusive Clip: Richard Dreyfuss’s My Life in Ruins ThreesomeSee our exclusive clip from Nia Vardalos’s new movie, which closes the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday.
  11. Ron Perelman Is Making Up for Lost TimeRon Perelman wasn’t the ladies’ man he is now when he was in high school. Harold Ford Jr. wants to be governor of Tennessee. Lindsay Lohan turned 21 yesterday, looking healthy and acting rather adultlike. Jackie O. didn’t like it when Caroline gained weight. Anna Wintour’s stylist is working weekends at a salon in Bridgehampton. Zach Braff and Drew Barrymore made out at Beauty Bar. Mice, dead and alive, are wreaking havoc at the new New York Times building. Padma Lakshmi is finally divorcing Salman Rushdie, and a billionaire or an unidentified chef may be to blame. Europe is the new Hamptons for celebrity Fourth of July celebrations.