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This Should Have Been A Hit!

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Such a treat!

Thursday night we got to see James Snyder, the original Broadway star of Cry-Baby the musical, perform one of the best songs from the John Waters show!

Check out Girl, Can I Kiss You With Tongue? above!

Such a fun night at his one-man show at the Catalina Jazz Club, presented by Chris Isaacson.

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Andrew Garfield Says Those 'Gay Man' Comments Were Taken Out Of Context…

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Misunderstood.

Andrew Garfield is trying to clarify his comment that he was "a gay man right now without the physical act," after being accused of queer baiting when discussing his latest role in Tony Kushner's play Angels in America.

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Speaking to Newsbeat, the 33-year-old explained how his statement was taken out of context:

"That's of course not what I meant at all. That discussion was about this play and how deeply grateful I am that I get to work on something so profound. It's a love letter to the LGBTQ community. We were talking about, 'How do you prepare for something so important and big?' and basically I was saying, 'I dive in as fully as I possibly can.'"

He went on to explain:

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Someone Finally Mashed Up Game Of Thrones With Hamilton & It's Truly Impressive!

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A Song of Ice and Fire just got a killer remix!

The internet loves making corners of pop culture collide, so it was only a matter of time until we were blessed with a Game Of Thrones/Hamilton mashup!!!

YouTube user Jason Feider married the opening number of Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed musical with George R.R. Martin's beloved series, giving birth to a tongue-twisty ode to Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen!

Related: Ed Sheeran Returns To Twitter After Being Mocked For GoT Cameo!

Instead of spitting the tale of Alexander Hamilton as he goes through the upheaval of the American Revolution, this remix sings the song of the HBO hit's two biggest heroes as they lead and conquer their way to the Iron Throne!

Ch-ch-check out the epic mashup (below).

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Jennifer Lawrence Vomited At Olivia Wilde's Broadway Show…

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We feel so bad for the janitor!

On Monday night, Jennifer Lawrence attended Olivia Wilde's Broadway performance of 1984, the stage adaptation of George Orwell's classic novel.

Related: Jennifer Lawrence Is A Flawless Feminist

Unfortunately, the Hunger Games star totally barfed during the middle of the show! A source told Page Six:

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Ben Platt Tells Angry Dear Evan Hansen Fans To Calm The Fuck Down!

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Dear Ben Platt fans,

Please don't expect the Broadway star to come to the stage door every night after his Tony Award-winning show!

The Pitch Perfect actor took to Twitter to respond to fans upset that he doesn't come to the stage door following each performance of Dear Evan Hansen.

Video: Watch This Late Night Performance Of Dear Evan Hansen

The 23-year-old explained that playing the title character in the smash hit musical is "hugely tough," and he often can't greet fans after the show because he needs to "preserve" himself for the following night's performance.

He wrote:

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EXCLUSIVE! Our Adorable Correspondent Iain Armitage Interviews Your Favorite Celebs At The 2017 Tony Awards! WATCH!

This is Broadway's biggest night!

On Sunday, our fantastic correspondent Iain Armitage — aka the star of CBS's Young Sheldon — attended the 2017 Tony Awards where he talked to your favorite celebs on the red carpet!

Related: Take A First Look At Young Sheldon!

From film legend Glenn Close, to American Idol alum Justin Guarini, to Madonna's nemesis Patti LuPone, Iain rubbed elbows with them all! At one point, a Broadway hunk even uses Mr. Armitage to do some bicep curls!

To see the awesome clip, ch-ch-check it out (above)!

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Sponsors Pull Funding From Play That Shows The Murder Of A Donald Trump-Like Julius Caesar

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UPDATE 8:27 P.M. EST: The Public Theater responded to the controversy on Monday with the following statement:

"We stand completely behind our production of 'Julius Caesar.' We recognize that our interpretation of the play has provoked heated discussion; audiences, sponsors and supporters have expressed varying viewpoints and opinions. Such discussion is exactly the goal of our civically-engaged theater; this discourse is the basis of a healthy democracy. Our production of 'Julius Caesar' in no way advocates violence towards anyone. Shakespeare's play, and our production, make the opposite point: those who attempt to defend democracy by undemocratic means pay a terrible price and destroy the very thing they are fighting to save. For over 400 years, Shakespeare's play has told this story and we are proud to be telling it again in Central Park."


Directed by Kathy Griffin?

A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar has come under fire for putting a Donald Trump spin on the titular role — who just so happens to get assassinated.

The New York-based arts organization put Trump look-alike Gregg Henry in the starring role, which saw Caesar as a bombastic businessman who wore long red ties and had a wife with a Melania Trump-esque Slavic accent.

Related: Melania Has Officially Moved Into The White House

The play will open on Monday at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park, but early previews are already enraging some sensitive theatergoers — because in the play, Roman senators stab Caesar to death out of fear he's getting too power hungry!

Needless to say, not everyone was happy to see a POTUS-like Caeser get assassinated during NYC's Free Shakespeare in the Park, and sponsors were quick to respond as well.

On Sunday, Delta Airlines pulled its funding of the theater group in response to the spiraling criticism. The company said the theater "crossed the line" in a statement, writing:

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