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Faye Dunaway says she felt 'very guilty' about Oscars envelope fiasco
The Guardian • Stephanie Convery
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Vanity Fair • Julie Miller
Theater Review: Anastasia, Staged in Vain
New York Magazine • Jesse Green
Review: ‘Anastasia,’ a Russian Princess With an Identity Crisis
The New York Times • Ben Brantley
Faye Dunaway Feels ‘Very Guilty’ About That Best Picture Mistake at the Oscars
New York Magazine • Jordan Crucchiola
Givenchy And Hepburn: A Match Made In Switzerland
Forbes • Contributor, Michael Patrick Shiels
Faye Dunaway on Oscars Flub: ‘I Was Very Guilty’ (Video)
The Wrap • Reid Nakamura
Actress Felicity Huffman
PBS • Lehual
StubHub Knows What You Will Regret Most During The Apocalypse
Forbes • Jordan Passman, Under 30
‘Anastasia’ Broadway Review: A Muddled, Pro-Czarist Russia Musical for the Trump Era
The Wrap • Robert Hofler
 
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Faye Dunaway says she felt 'very guilty' about Oscars envelope fiasco
The GuardianStephanie Convery
Faye Dunaway has opened up about her role in the best picture envelope scandal at the Oscars, two months after the awards ceremony. Speaking to Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News on Monday, the actor said she was “completely stunned” after she...
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Faye Dunaway Opens Up About Humiliating Oscars Gaffe: “I Felt Very Guilty”
Vanity FairJulie Miller
It has taken nearly two months, but Faye Dunaway has finally spoken publicly about the humiliating best-picture gaffe at this year’s Academy Awards—when she and fellow presenter Warren Beatty were handed the wrong envelope, and she mistakenly declared La La Land the...
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Theater Review: Anastasia, Staged in Vain
New York MagazineJesse Green
Many a Broadway musical adaptation seems like an Ikea product you’re supposed to admire just because someone was able to assemble it. Anastasia, opening tonight at the Broadhurst, is that kind of show. As with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which opened...
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Review: ‘Anastasia,’ a Russian Princess With an Identity Crisis
The New York TimesBen Brantley
The amnesiac title character of “Anastasia,” who may or may not be the long-lost daughter of the last Russian czar, isn’t alone in suffering a serious identity crisis. The postcard-scenic show that bears her name, which opened on Monday night at the...
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Faye Dunaway Feels ‘Very Guilty’ About That Best Picture Mistake at the Oscars
New York MagazineJordan Crucchiola
In the long story of Faye Dunaway’s Hollywood career, her involvement in the Best Picture mix-up at this year’s Oscars will surely go down as one of her most memorable moments. In an interview with Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News, Dunaway...
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Givenchy And Hepburn: A Match Made In Switzerland
ForbesContributor, Michael Patrick Shiels
Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy: An Elegant Friendship will debut in three museums in Morges, Switzerland beginning May 20 and running through September 17. The museum exhibitions will feature more than 50 original gowns, hats and accessories plus 60 original, previously...
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Faye Dunaway on Oscars Flub: ‘I Was Very Guilty’ (Video)
The WrapReid Nakamura
Nightly News 04/24/2017 0:48 Exclusive: Faye Dunaway Felt 'Guilty' After Oscars Mishap 0:00 0:00 Faye Dunaway has broken her silence about the Oscars Best Picture flub in an interview with Lester Holt on “NBC Nightly News” on Monday. “I could have done...
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Actress Felicity Huffman
PBSLehual
April 27, 2017 The actress discusses her starring role in ABC’s critically acclaimed drama American Crime. Felicity Huffman has proven herself as an exceptional actress in both dramatic and comedic roles. Huffman earned an Academy Award nomination for her stunning performance in...
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StubHub Knows What You Will Regret Most During The Apocalypse
ForbesJordan Passman, Under 30
StubHub’s latest “Machines” commercial taps into one idea of what the apocalyptic end of humanity may look like when technology decides to turn against us. With the automation of everything from cars to toasters, StubHub’s comedic take is that it’s only a...
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‘Anastasia’ Broadway Review: A Muddled, Pro-Czarist Russia Musical for the Trump Era
The WrapRobert Hofler
John F. Kennedy had “Camelot.” Barack H. Obama had “Hamilton.” Only 100 days into his presidency, Donald J. Trump already has his own Broadway musical. “Anastasia” opened Monday at the Broadhurst Theatre, and it’s a show that pays homage to the kleptocracy...
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