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Slut

Review: ‘Slut’

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A frothy musical about horny straight dudes chasing tail? Is that marriage of form and content even legal? But like the bastard child of Ashton Kutcher and Marc Shaiman, or a mutant hybrid of the…

Playwright Wilson dies

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Pulitzer- and Tony-winning playwright August Wilson, whose epic 10-play cycle chronicled the black experience in 20th-century America, died Sunday of liver cancer at Swedish Hospital in Seattle. He…

Marketplace

Courting Stoppard

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Strands: The world premiere of a new Tom Stoppard play, as yet untitled but with a director onboard in Trevor Nunn, is heading for the Royal Court: An eight-week run is due to kick off in early June…

Empty Space finds home

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Last fall, Seattle's scrappy Empty Space Theater was fighting for its life. Next June, the nonprofit company will begin its 37th season in the brand-new $6.75 million Lee Center for the Performing…

Review: ‘Romance’

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Britain's love affair with David Mamet is sure to be sorely tested by "Romance," even in a Lindsay Posner production that improves upon its Off Broadway debut earlier this year. The courtroom farce…

Oprah heats branding iron

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Florenz Ziegfeld. George Abbott. David Merrick. And now: Oprah Winfrey. With the announcement Sept. 26 that Winfrey signed on to make her Broadway producing debut on the tuner "The Color Purple," the…

Review: ‘Hair’

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"Hair" is back in a blistering, take-no-prisoners London update that lands the 1967 musical firmly in 2005. Purists may resist director Daniel Kramer's extensive rewrite of what, truth to tell, had…

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