Paul Harris

Review: 'Picasso's Closet'

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In "Picasso's Closet," playwright Ariel Dorfman reshapes history for an intellectual debate about art vs. life. The setting is occupied Paris, where Pablo Picasso is hounded and eventually killed by…

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'Urinetown' flush in D.C.

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The Signature Theater's slick production of Greg Kotis/Mark Hollmann tuner "Urinetown" was the big winner at D.C.'s Helen Hayes Awards on Monday, snaring eight honors including resident musical. No…

D.C. stages prep preems

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A sked packed with world and U.S. premieres will be unveiled to D.C. auds next season. Arena Stage, Theater J and Woolly Mammoth will stage a combined eight preems in 2006-07, according to recently…

Review: 'Bal Masque'

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Truman Capote's famous 1966 Black & White Ball becomes a backdrop for biting social parody and analysis in Richard Greenberg's cleverly disjointed "Bal Masque," making its debut at D.C.'s Theater J…

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