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Review: 'Nightingale'

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It may be a stretch to say that Lynn Redgrave has created a kind of "I Am My Own Grandmother" in her solo show and latest shake of the family tree, "Nightingale." But it's relevant to note the extent…

Mayday for U.K.

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In the U.K., May is a double whammy. Tourists don't appear in sizable numbers until June. Worse, this is the point in the year when the weather finally cheers up and the great British public sensibly…

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Review: 'Treasure Island'

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Just in time to set sail simultaneously with the release of a certain seafaring film starring Johnny Depp, a sturdy new reconstitution of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island" is having its…

Review: 'Othello'

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There are times watching "Othello" when one wonders if Shakespeare didn't give his play the wrong name. Although famously the tragedy of a powerful man fatally ruined by jealousy, it's Iago, not the…

Broadway has record year

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A billion-dollar Broadway season isn't looking too far off anymore. Sales for the 2006-07 frame hit a record $938.5 million, up 8.9% (or $76.9 million) from the year-earlier tally of $861.6 million…

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