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Past articles by Tim:

In ‘A Bright New Boise,’ Beware the Religious Fanatic in the Break Room

Samuel D. Hunter’s play, ‘A Bright New Boise,’ sees a religious fundamentalist trying to escape the reverberations of a scandal while bonding with the son he gave up for adoption. → Read More

Katie Holmes Delivers a Perfect Cate Blanchett Diss in Far From Perfect ‘The Wanderers’

Katie Holmes returns to the NYC stage as a movie star in “The Wanderers,” a not-great play about love, family, and identity—which at least features one zinging moment for Holmes. → Read More

Royal Family ‘Fully Expects’ Harry and Meghan at King Charles’ Coronation

Plus, Andrew thinks he will ultimately “demolish” Virginia Giuffre’s sexual assault allegations against him, and William sets a new course for the Duchy of Cornwall. → Read More

Nathan Lane and Zoë Wanamaker Bring Life to Fading ‘Pictures From Home’

“Pictures From Home” tells the story of Larry Sultan, who documented his parents’ lives in photos—a moving story but not a great Broadway play, despite its cast’s best efforts. → Read More

Anthony Rapp: I Hope Kevin Spacey Faces Justice in U.K. His Lawyers Were Despicable

“Rent” star Anthony Rapp talks candidly of supporting Spacey’s U.K. accusers, his “rage” at Spacey’s “despicable” lawyers, “Star Trek: Discovery,” LGBTQ representation, and family. → Read More

The Spice Girls May Reunite for King Charles’ Coronation Concert

“Mel B and Mel C are the ring leaders in the group, trying to make it happen,” a source said. → Read More

Prince Andrew Says the Public Will Start Liking Him Again—Next Month

“He says that details are about to be made public which will change people’s perceptions of him,” a source told The Daily Mail. → Read More

Sam Morrison Is Grieving His ‘Sugar Daddy,’ Movingly and Hilariously

Sam Morrison crafts a brilliantly funny show around grief—with skinny guys and seagulls as nemeses—in “Sugar Daddy,” while “The Appointment” tackles abortion via singing foetuses. → Read More

Harry Claims Kate Told Meghan: ‘I Know I Was the One That Made You Cry’

Meghan asked what was being done to correct the story in public. Harry writes that he realized that nothing would be done; nothing could “happen to embarrass the future queen.” → Read More

Harry and William’s Aunt Gave Them Locks of Dead Diana’s Hair

In “Spare” Harry writes, “Aunt Sarah explained that, while in Paris, she’d clipped two locks from Mummy’s head. So there it was. Proof. She’s really gone.” → Read More

Harry: I Loved ‘Friends.’ I Was Chandler, Then I Got High in Monica’s Toilet

“She was Monica. And I was a Chandler. I wondered if I’d ever work up the courage to tell her. Was there enough tequila in California to get me that brave?” → Read More

When Meghan Markle Told Prince Harry: ‘I Don’t Want to Live Any More’

“She just wanted the pain to stop,” Harry writes. “Not only for her, for everyone. For me, for her mother. But she couldn’t make it stop, so she’d decided to disappear.” → Read More

Harry: Meghan First Mistook Prince Andrew for Queen Elizabeth’s Assistant

Harry reportedly writes in his memoir that Meghan asked, “That man holding the purse. That man who walked her to the door. That wasn’t her assistant? Who was it?” → Read More

Harry Says He Wasn’t Invited on Royal Flight the Day Queen Elizabeth Died

“I asked my brother, ‘What are your plans?... And then, a couple of hours later, all of the family members that live within the Windsor and Ascot area were jumping on a plane...” → Read More

Prince Harry: I Did Not Believe My Mom Princess Diana Was Dead ‘For Years’

On “60 Minutes,” Harry told Anderson Cooper about hoping Diana would reappear, seeing her dead body in pictures, his royal feuds, and his fears of Meghan dying just as Diana had. → Read More

Prince Harry Says Jeremy Clarkson’s Meghan Remarks Were ‘Horrific’ and ‘Cruel’

Harry said on British TV: “It also encourages other people around the U.K. and around the world, men particularly, to go and think that it’s acceptable to treat women that way.” → Read More

Eddie Izzard on Beating Anti-Trans Hate, a New Run for Office, and Being ‘Relentless’

In a candid interview, Eddie Izzard discusses growing into her true self and conquering transphobia, turning Dickens and Shakespeare into solo shows, and a new bid to become an MP. → Read More

Broadway Star Audra McDonald on Racism, Tonys, Mama Rose, and Her Elephant Plan

Tony Award record-breaker Audra McDonald talks candidly about playing Mama Rose, racism, her ADHD, marriage to Will Swenson, refusing to be “boxed in”—and retiring with elephants. → Read More

‘Between Riverside and Crazy’ Lies Dramatic Perfection on Broadway

Stephen Adly Guirgis’ brilliant Pulitzer-winning play about property and a stew of other New York tensions features a subtly towering performance by Stephen McKinley Henderson. → Read More

‘Some Like It Hot’ on Broadway Goes All Out to Razzle-Dazzle

The Broadway adaptation of the classic 1959 movie mounts its big numbers with colorful energy, has a powerful message about identity, and rushes past the cracks in its own story. → Read More