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  • Cyndi Lauper hit 'Kinky Boots' to get Canadian production from Mirvish

    February 19, 2014 5:04 PM 24

    Cyndi Lauper's smash Tony Award-winning musical will make its Canadian premiere -- with a Canuck cast -- in Toronto in June 2015. Mirvish Productions says it will mount the homegrown version of the smash show at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. The stage adaptation of the film, about the fortunes of a shoe factory, won six 2013 Tonys including best musical

  • Survey says no Family Feud for Winnipeg

    February 19, 2014 4:04 PM 9

    The upcoming Canadian Family Feud Live! tour has been cancelled, including a stop that had been planned for Winnipeg in March. The audience participation stage show had been scheduled for the Pantages Playhouse Theatre March 18.

  • Stop making fun of my wig! Former business partner of Wolf of Wall Street sues Martin Scorsese for $25 million over drug-taking portrayal in film (and terrible toupee) 

    February 19, 2014 3:53 PM 79

    An ex-business partner of Wolf of Wall Street's Jordan Belfort is suing Martin Scorsese and Paramount for $25 million over his drug-taking portrayal in the blockbuster. Andrew Greene, head of corporate finance at Stratton Oakmont worked alongside Belfort during the 1990s before the firm collapsed. Although he is not named in the film, in the federal

  • Juno-nominated act A Tribe Called Red happy to get the party and conversation started

    February 19, 2014 3:38 PM 8

    The “congratulations” offered Ian Campeau is met with one of those great laughs that’s a genuine mix of disbelief, elation, humility and surprise. This despite the fact that we’re two days after his Ottawa electronic and DJ collective A Tribe Called Red learned that it had earned itself a pair of nominations for the upcoming Juno Awards on the strength

  • Artist destroys $1 million Ai Weiwei vase at museum

    February 19, 2014 2:34 PM 10

    CBS Miami reported that according to the arrest affidavit, Maximo Caminero was browsing in the Perez Art Museum Sunday when he picked up the precious vase and smashed it to pieces. “Yesterday (Sunday) a museum visitor intentionally broke a vase in the Ai Weiwei exhibition,” the museum said in a press release. “The museum’s security team immediately

  • 'Mockingbird' author settling lawsuit against hometown museum

    February 19, 2014 1:55 PM 15

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee is settling a federal lawsuit she filed against a museum in her south Alabama hometown over its sale of souvenirs featuring her name and the title of her book. An attorney for the Alabama native filed a motion Tuesday in federal court in Mobile saying Lee has reached an agreement with the Monroe

  • Jimmy Fallon's debut as 'Tonight' host a ratings hit, tops Conan O'Brien's start

    February 19, 2014 1:05 PM 15

    LOS ANGELES - Jimmy Fallon's start as host of the long-running "Tonight Show" was a ratings winner. Nielsen company figures released Tuesday show 11.3 million people tuned in to watch Fallon's New York debut on Monday night. It was the second-biggest audience for "Tonight" since May 2009, when Jay Leno stepped down for Conan O'Brien's brief run as host. Fallon's

  • What happened to the girls?

    February 19, 2014 6:42 AM 52

    Let's just go ahead and say it: This was not the show American Idol needed to have the week before The Voice premiere. Not only did most of the previously promising contestants see first-night jitters derail their moments in the spotlight, but Tuesday's episode also ended with a development that had to infuriate many viewers. After expecting for most of a week to vote on the semifinalists

  • Plan to build performing arts spaces near new RAM may have hit a hurdle

    February 19, 2014 3:46 AM 17

    EDMONTON – An ambitious plan to build performing arts spaces in downtown Edmonton is raising some questions at City Hall. Plans are being worked on for what’s called the Galleria Project – a plan that would include four art theatres, several U of A departments and commercial office space. It would be located near the new Royal Alberta Museum , which

  • CRTC expects to hear about NHL-Rogers deal in public consultations

    February 19, 2014 3:27 AM 18

    OTTAWA — Canada’s national telecommunications regulator does not plan to study the NHL’s blockbuster deal with Rogers Communications, but the CRTC’s chairman Jean-Pierre Blais does expect the agreement to come up a lot in the coming weeks. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on Tuesday launched the second phase of an ambitious