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NYCB 'Nutcracker' in Cinemas; Journey of 'Heist'

• Want to see the "George Balanchine's The Nutcracker," but can't make it to Lincoln Center? Don't fret. New York City Ballet's Dec. 13 of the production will be shown live in HD in more than 500 cinemas nationwide. Read the story The New York Times.

Los Angeles Times discusses what it took for "Tower Heist" to make it to the silver screen.

• According to The Wrap, NBC apparently has a "long-term strategy." If it involves losing viewers and cancelling shows, the network's ahead of schedule. To be fair, it did air "Seinfeld" fourteen years ago. Respect.

• Brian Loedermilk and Kait Kerrigan cancelled a musical theater master class at a Georgia college because the school required them to sign an agreement saying they reject all sexual activity not in line with The Bible, including homosexuality, reported Playbill.

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