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Award season madness has descended upon Gotham! Here are some quick reminders of happenings around town this week.
Welcome to Monday Mayhem!

Monday, May 18:

CLICK→Want to watch the The Village Voice OBIES? Got a computer? You're in luck. Check out tonight at 8 PM to access the live feed. Presenters include Anne Hathaway, Tony Awards host Neil Patrick Harris, S. Epatha Merkerson, Marisa Tomei, Jonathan Groff, Hair's Gavin Creel and Sasha Allen, West Side Story's Karen Olivo, 9 to 5's Marc Kudisch and others. Martha Plimpton and Daniel Breaker host.

GO→ Ever wonder how a laptop can create a masterpiece? Find out how tonight at 6 PM at the Apple Store on Prince Street when Next to Normal creators Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey discuss how they used their Mac to create the 11-times Tony-nominated musical.

*** Tuesday, May 19:
GO→The New Dramatists honor the late Horton Foote at their 60th Annual Spring Luncheon. Hallie Foote, Edward Albee, Alec Baldwin, Debra Monk, Bill Irwin and more will be in attendance.

WATCH→ Do you have fond memories of being in glee club? I know I do. Check out the premiere of Fox's new show, "Glee," about the fabulous life of chorus kids. It's on after "Americal Idol." Not like you won't already be watching.


Thursday, May 21:

BEFORE IT’S GONE→ Don't miss Jane Fonda's Tony-nominated (could soon be winning) performance in 33 Variations. It closes Thursday.


Sunday, May 24:

BEFORE IT'S GONE→ Brian Dennehy and director Robert Falls teamed up once again for Desire Under the Elms. Catch Dennehy (along with his very talented and, ahem, attractive co-stars, Carla Gugino and Pablo Schreiber) before they exit the St. James on Sunday. *BONUS→Check out director Robert Falls and his "Life in the Theatre" in next month's Playbill Magazine.

WATCH→Katie Holmes, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Gary Sinise, Katharine McPhee, Dianne Wiest and Laurence Fishburne in the National Memorial Day Concert at 8 PM ET on PBS.

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