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Barbra Streisand Considering Lady Gaga for Gypsy
Everything's coming up Gaga.
By Margaret Lyons
Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes Will Write Barbra Streisand’s Gypsy Movie
By Margaret Lyons
Barbra Streisand Wants to Star in Gypsy Movie
Okay, this makes a lot of sense.
By Willa Paskin
Shakira Seduces a Sweaty Rafael Nadal in Her ‘Gypsy’ Music Video
Being a gypsy seems pretty fun.
By Edith Zimmerman
Gypsy to Cease Entertaining You in January
The Broadway revival was supposed to close in March, but its run will end next month instead.
By Lori Fradkin
The Tony Awards: As Corny As Osage County in August
This year's Tonys acted the way you're supposed to behave around an elderly loved one.
Tony Winners: ‘In the Heights,’ ‘August: Osage County’
See the complete list of winners!
Tony Predictions: Song-and-Dance Division
Can anyone beat Kelli O'Hara or Patti LuPone? No.
Could ‘South Pacific’ Dance Away With the Tonys?
Could Vulture have been totally wrong in dismissing the Tony chances of 'South Pacific'?
Will Everything Come Up Tony for ‘Gypsy’?
How the new revival could sweep the awards for revival, lead actress, and supporting actor and actress.
Laura Benanti on Stripping in ‘Gypsy’ and Her Delighted Husband
Patti LuPone Was Not Born a Diva
Forty-five years ago, the star of 'Gypsy' got her first lesson in the unfairness of showbiz.
‘Gypsy’: Ben Brantley Eats His Hat
It's not often that you go into opening night already knowing that both critics for the 'Times' are already on record as disliking your show.
Everything's Coming Up Patti on Broadway
Plus industry news on Sam Raimi, Jennifer Hudson, and Tom Cruise.
Russell Crowe Almost As Good As Brad Pitt, Says Universal
Plus: Lloyd Dobler kicks ass!
Patti LuPone's ‘Gypsy’ Heading to Broadway?
Talks are reportedly under way to bring Arthur Laurents's revival of Gypsy, starring Patti LuPone, to the St. James this spring.
Jim Carrey, Gay and in Prison
Mike Myers, Only Remaining Actor Never Attached to ‘Walter Mitty,’ Attached to ‘Walter Mitty’