Frank Rizzo

Scribes pull for O'Neill

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Star alumni from 35 years of the Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Conference, including Wendy Wasserstein, Christopher Durang, David Henry Hwang and August Wilson, have volunteered their services to…

Review: 'A New War'

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The battle being fought in Gip Hoppe's short, snappy political satire "A New War" simmers somewhere between comedy and topicality. The show at Long Wharf Theater's second stage lacks a sense of…

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Rockette raids crack 'Nut'

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Are the Radio City Rockettes high-kicking local arts groups right in the "Nutcracker" -- and out the door? They certainly are in Beantown, where the Boston Ballet is getting the heave-ho next season…

Review: 'Snow in June'

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Audiences walking into the theater for the world preem are greeted by a winter wonderland. Snow is about knee-deep on the expansive stage of the Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, Mass. and it's still…

New topper at Stamford

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Douglas C. Evans, former executive director of the Bushnell Performing Arts Center in Hartford during its expansion drive in the '90s, will now head Connecticut's Stamford Center for the Arts. The…

Review: 'Fran's Bed'

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James Lapine places the banalities of his characters beside the soap operas that main character Fran loves to watch on TV. But to what end? Does he mean to suggest life is as contrived, tedious and…

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