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Brigadoon" opens Goodspeed Musicals' 2001 mainstage season with style and affection, not to mention the best-looking cast the company has ever assembled. Thanks to director Greg Ganakas…
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George Morfogen's Uncle Bob is a truly miserable character. And for the one hour of stage time that he remains miserable, Bob is truly a joy to behold in Austin Pendleton's play. Unfortunately…
Ever since her big success as Maggie in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in 1974-75, first at the American Shakespeare Theater in Hartford, Conn., and then on Broadway, Elizabeth Ashley has made a specialty…
The woman who plots with her lover to kill her husband is the subject of a thousand scripts. The woman who enlists her lover to kill her child is another, altogether rarer subject for investigation…
Janis Joplin died of a drug overdose in 1970, Joe Cocker did not. Janis Joplin is now the subject of an Off Broadway musical, Joe Cocker is not. Back in the late 1960s, Joplin and Cocker were the two…
The Drama League announced the nominees for its annual awards Thursday. The noms, which mix Broadway and Off Broadway productions, will be presented May 11 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Director Mark Brokaw has segued from ICM to the William Morris Agency, where he will be repped by senior VP George Lane.
A coastal reverie finds a talented playwright in over his head with "The Coming World," the latest play from Christopher Shinn, the 25-year-old American dramatist who has been causing a quiet stir in…
The past bears down on the present in "Luminosity," Nick Stafford's high-minded generational saga produced within a series of Royal Shakespeare Co. plays under the umbrella title "The Other Eden."…
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