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Review: ‘The Wood Demon’

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There's a reason Chekhov never allowed another performance of "The Wood Demon" after a disastrous 1889 opening. The play ran too long, had confusing dramatic action, minimal structure, and the fourth…

Review: ‘Medea’

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There can be few more daunting theatrical challenges than bringing Greek tragedy to life for a contemporary audience. Nearly two years ago, London's adventurous Almeida Theater Company premiered…

Tony splits revivals

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This year's Tony Awards will include, for the first time, separate prizes for best revival of a musical and a play. The decision was approved Thursday by the Tony administration committee.

Review: ‘The Session’

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Kennedy and his artistic partner Reese Howard have taken over the former Gnu Theatre, refurbished it and renamed it the Odessa Theatre. They're staging two full-length plays on alternate nights…

Review: ‘Us3’

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The latest high-profile purveyor of hip-hop-meets-jazz stylings is Us3, the New York-based brainchild of London jazz producers Mel Simpson and Geoff Wilkinson. The group's debut Blue Note/Capitol…

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