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Los Angeles Times: Dancing to Miss Barstow's Misstep by TINA DIRMANN

Students craft a musical based on the beauty queen's loss of her crown.

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Detroit Free Press: What's next, Neil Simon? BY MARTIN F. KOHN

He's updating 'The Odd Couple' and in town to pick up another award. After that, he's ready to take his chances

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Newsday: Small-Town Sister Act by Blake Green

Four veteran actresses form a familial bond as aging siblings in 'Morning's at Seven'

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Los Angeles Times: Bare Truths of Character by REED JOHNSON

While nudity in other areas of our culture has become ho-hum, on the stage it still holds the power to shock, amuse, titillate and make us think.

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Los Angeles Times: RECORDINGS: What You Hear Vs. What You Saw by DON SHIRLEY

The leap to CD can mask or enhance flaws, as two production albums show.
Reviews of new CDs, including solo discs by Susan Egan and Louise Pitre.

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Star-Ledger: Flapping her way to Broadway BY RANDY GENER

A stage door storybook ending brings 'Millie' star to the Great White Way

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Philadelphia Inquirer: So bad, they're good by David Patrick Stearns

Long after the stage has gone dark, there's brisk business in recordings of Broadway's musical bombs.

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What happened between Heisenberg and Bohr? by Douglas J. Keating

'Copenhagen' a success, even with open questions

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To Be a Shape-Shifting Cast of One By SIMON CALLOW

A one-person play can be theater in its purest form, an echo of ancient practices.

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A CRITICAL POINT: HE SEES, SHE SEES By CLIVE BARNES

OK, so we know that when it comes to relationships, men are from Mars and women are from Venus.

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Ayckbourn's Double Whammy; The English dramatist presents two plays with only one cast all at once; By CELIA McGEE

In Alan Ayckbourn's England, sunny country days are even more infrequent onstage than in reality. Threatened by disappointments and rain, servants talking back to their masters, and farce t…

Linked From New York Daily News at 12:00AM

Los Angeles Times: Dancing to Miss Barstow's Misstep by TINA DIRMANN

Students craft a musical based on the beauty queen's loss of her crown.

Linked From www.calendarlive.com at 12:00AM

Detroit Free Press: What's next, Neil Simon? BY MARTIN F. KOHN

He's updating 'The Odd Couple' and in town to pick up another award. After that, he's ready to take his chances

Linked From www.freep.com at 12:00AM

Newsday: Small-Town Sister Act by Blake Green

Four veteran actresses form a familial bond as aging siblings in 'Morning's at Seven'

Linked From mv.newsday.com at 12:00AM

Los Angeles Times: Bare Truths of Character by REED JOHNSON

While nudity in other areas of our culture has become ho-hum, on the stage it still holds the power to shock, amuse, titillate and make us think.

Linked From www.calendarlive.com at 12:00AM

Los Angeles Times: RECORDINGS: What You Hear Vs. What You Saw by DON SHIRLEY

The leap to CD can mask or enhance flaws, as two production albums show.
Reviews of new CDs, including solo discs by Susan Egan and Louise Pitre.

Linked From www.calendarlive.com at 12:00AM

Star-Ledger: Flapping her way to Broadway BY RANDY GENER

A stage door storybook ending brings 'Millie' star to the Great White Way

Linked From NJ.com at 12:00AM

Philadelphia Inquirer: So bad, they're good by David Patrick Stearns

Long after the stage has gone dark, there's brisk business in recordings of Broadway's musical bombs.

Linked From Philly.com at 12:00AM

What happened between Heisenberg and Bohr? by Douglas J. Keating

'Copenhagen' a success, even with open questions

Linked From Philly.com at 12:00AM

To Be a Shape-Shifting Cast of One By SIMON CALLOW

A one-person play can be theater in its purest form, an echo of ancient practices.

Linked From The New York Times Subscription at 12:00AM

A CRITICAL POINT: HE SEES, SHE SEES By CLIVE BARNES

OK, so we know that when it comes to relationships, men are from Mars and women are from Venus.

Linked From The New York Post Subscription at 12:00AM

Ayckbourn's Double Whammy; The English dramatist presents two plays with only one cast all at once; By CELIA McGEE

In Alan Ayckbourn's England, sunny country days are even more infrequent onstage than in reality. Threatened by disappointments and rain, servants talking back to their masters, and farce t…

Linked From New York Daily News at 12:00AM

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