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A Jonas Brother Supports Kids'; Apple TV, Maybe?

Nick• Do your children, or even you, like the Jonas Brothers? New York Theater owners and producers have just recruited Nick Jonas (which one is he?) to be the latest face of Kids' Night on Broadway. Kids' Night runs Feb. 5 to 9 and allows 6-to-18-year-olds to attend Broadway shows without charge -  when accompanied by adults who purchase full-price tickets, of course. Read the story at the New York Times.

• Liviu Ciulei, Romanian film and theater director who worked in New York and American regional theater, died. His career lasted 50 years. He was 88 years old. Read his obituary at The Huffington Post.

• Plays are making it big this fall season on the Great White Way. Four plays, "War Horse," "The Mountaintop," "Realitvely Speaking," and "Other Desert Cities," earned 70 percent or more of their estimated ticket sales. For "Mountaintop," it must be the hope that Samuel L. Jackson will forget his line and just start cursing. Check it out at The New York Times.

• Apple may be rolling out a television set in the near future, but no one knows for sure, yet is certain. Read the speculation at Los Angeles Times.

Pictured: Nick Jonas (Photo: Getty Images)

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