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Jeremy Gerard


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Past articles by Jeremy:

Do selfies celebrate our individual selves — or remind us of our own insignificance?

Seeing a photograph of early-pregnancy matter got Jeremy Gerard thinking about the directives of a 19th century Jewish fable he learned as a kid: “I am a speck of dust" and "The world was created for me." → Read More

Jan Maxwell Has Died; Five-Time Tony Nominee Praised ‘Law & Order’ In New York Times

Jan Maxwell, a supremely gifted comic actress whose five Tony Award nominations included two in the same season, died today of cancer, her son, William Maxwell-Lunny. She was 61. → Read More

Broadway’s Youngest Turk Takes A Page From Trump’s Twittery Playbook

Stephen Colbert is doing it. Why not Jordan Roth? Just as Colbert and Chris Licht unleashed Our Cartoon President on Showtime, Broadway theater owner and producer (and regular Deadline pundit) Roth is producing and starring in his own animated web series, The Birds and the BS – animated being ... → Read More

‘Hedwig’ Producer David Binder Named BAM Artistic Director

David Binder, a theater producer best known for a critically acclaimed and commercially successful Broadway production of the punk rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch, will become the first artistic director of the Brooklyn Academy of Music. → Read More

Review: Eve Ensler’s Dazzling ‘In The Body Of The World’

With a commission from the American Repertory Theater and its artistic director Diane Paulus, Eve Ensler adapted her harrowing, revelatory 2013 memoir In the Body of the Word into an equally harrowing, revelatory play. → Read More

‘The Blacklist’s Harry Lennix Set To Direct ‘A Small Oak Tree’ Off-Broadway

‘Chi-Raq’ Trailer: Aristophanes In The Urban War ZoneEXCLUSIVE: Harry Lennix, AKA Agent Harold Cooper on NBC’s The Blacklist, has staged A Small Oak Tree Runs Red at off-Broadway's Billie Holiday Theater, in previews, opening tomorrow and running through March 4. → Read More

RWS’ Broadway Casting Specialist Binder Adds Film, Commercial Agents

EXCLUSIVE: Binder Casting, a subsidiary of RWS Entertainment Group (RWS), today announced the appointment of three new hires set to lead its new commercial and film casting divisions. Anthony Pichette, Kyle Coker join Binder as Sr. Casting Directors and Chad Eric Murnane joins as a Casting Director. → Read More

Ronan Farrow Tells Gayle King “I Would Be Extraordinarily Fair” To Harvey Weinstein

Ronan Farrow told Gayle King this morning that "I would do a very fair interview," with Harvey Weinstein. "I would be extraordinarily fair" → Read More

Broadway Gets A House For Real, Live American Playwrights

After 10 months of renovations and upgrading, the house lights came up Monday morning inside the Helen Hayes Theatre, at 589 seats Broadway's smallest and newest landmark venue. → Read More

Broadway Box Office Takes Another Tumble; ‘Hamilton’ Dips Below $3M

Broadway had that flu last week that's been raging like California wildfires. How else account for a 10% free-fall in ticket sales from the previous week? Even Hamilton dipped (not enough to improve your chances for scoring a ticket, but still...). → Read More

Barry Diller, Holland Taylor & Bruce Willis Salute Liz Smith

Liz Smith would have been pleased to share the stage today with the Phantom, and it's safe to say there were at least two ghosts at the packed Majestic Theatre, where a crowd comprising many of the folks who'd made bold-face appearances in her columns gathered to salute the late gossipeuse under the... → Read More

Review: Terrence McNally’s ‘Fire And Air’ Is A Master Class In Dance & Erotic Hunger

He was nicknamed "Chinchilla" for the slash of white in his otherwise jet black mane and he was an impresario as enamored of his artists as he was of the art. → Read More

Actor Louis Zorich Has Died; Stage Veteran And ‘Mad About You’ Dad Was 93

Louis Zorich, whose stage career reached back more than half a century and included a 1969 Tony nomination for Hadrian VII, died Tuesday in New York. The veteran Chicago actor, best known to TV audiences as Paul Reiser's father on NBC's Mad About You, was 93. → Read More

Ronan Farrow’s Weinstein-Related Stories Are Finalists For National Magazine Award

Ronan Farrow's investigative stories about Harvey Weinstein for The New Yorker magazine's print and online editions were jointly rewarded today with a nomination for the National Magazine Award in the category of Public Service. → Read More

Stephen Colbert Goes Live For “The Real State Of The Union” Report

Revved up Late Night host Stephen Colbert wasted no time tonight calling cow dung on President Donald J. Trump's first State of the Union address. First came an adulterated version of the speech, with Trump seeming to say "The state of the union is a mess," and "The time has come to drain the swamp... → Read More

Review: ‘Veep’s Anna Chlumsky & ‘Happy Ending’s Adam Pally Hook Up, Turn Red In ‘Cardinal’

Cardinal, Greg Pierce's anodyne take on urban decay and gentrification, offers a breezy but no less pointed version of the tragedy and melodrama in plays like Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park and Lynne Nottage's Sweat. → Read More

Go-Gos Get-Get Hudson Theatre For ‘Head Over Heels’ Musical

A party of sorts at downtown New York's Bowery Ballroom was the occasion tonight for the announcement that Head Over Heels, a Broadway-bound musical comedy featuring songs by '80s rock band The Go-Gos, has booked the Ambassador Theatre Group's Hudson Theatre. → Read More

Grammy Awards Review: A Glittering Night Of Protests And Pop

The Grammys returned to New York to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the music industry awards after 15 years on the other coast. The crowd that jammed Madison Square Garden, along with the performers and presenters on two stages delivered an electric charge of protest that frequently had the CBS c... → Read More

Paula Vogel’s Presidents’ Day Challenge To Writers: Set Cuckoo ‘Ubu’ In The White House

EXCLUSIVE: Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel (How I Learned To Drive, Indecent) has thrown down the gantlet, or at least the rolling pin, to writers across the U.S. → Read More

Goodspeed Opera Cancels Woody Allen’s ‘Bullets Over Broadway’

The Goodspeed Opera House, the storied Connecticut nonprofit that launched Annie and has been a prominent showcase for musical theater talent for more than four decades, announced this afternoon that it was canceling an upcoming production of Bullets Over Broadway in response to the resurgence of al... → Read More