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A disturbing, deeply introspective play about a once-successful couple who lose everything.
The Broadway revival of "Finian's Rainbow" has become the latest show to announce a post-Christmas closing: The tuner is set to shutter Jan. 17.
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Despite being convicted of fraud and forgery in a Canadian court this summer and sentenced to seven years in prison, legit producer Garth Drabinsky is attempting a theatrical comeback with a trio of…
Canada's major theater festivals, Stratford and Shaw, have posted declining attendance figures for the 2009 season despite strong late-season rallies at the B.O.
Lepage's magical treatment of Stravinsky's opera.
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The Stratford Shakespeare Festival has announced principal casting for its 2010 season.
It's hard to see why anyone thought this had a possible commercial life in N. America.
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