Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Hearing the Sound of Spanish . . . by Juan

  The Language my parents speak… This paraphrased line from Cloud Tectonics really got stuck in my head, and then when the Alcyone Festival came around the phrase eventually lea…

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Two New Musicals Hit the Heights on CD, by Michael Portantiere

The good people at Ghostlight Records have done an excellent job with the cast recordings of In the Heights and Passing Strange. Plus, reviews of two more new musicals on CD: A Catered Affair and Adding Machine, both from PS Classics.

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Sydney Pollack, Film Director, Is Dead at 73 By MICHAEL CIEPLY

Mr. Pollack's star-laden movies like "The Way We Were," "Tootsie" and "Out of Africa" were among the most successful of the 1970s and '80s.

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Spoleto U.S.A. Forecasts Higher Costs and Deficit By DANIEL J. WAKIN

The Spoleto Festival U.S.A., after a decade of economic health, has hit hard times.

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'The Laramie Project' becomes a Burbank project By Mike Boehm

The word 'no' didn't stop these Burroughs High students from their determination to stage the play about tolerance in the wake of the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard.

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City Lights By: Leslie (Hoban) Blake

Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Chris Noth, and Jennifer Hudson discussing filming Sex and the City.

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Retiring P-I theater critic Joe Adcock shares some highlights of his 26-year run By JOE ADCOCK

Once again, Shakespeare is in the wings, promising to keep things interesting

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Oedipus Loves You - Reviewed by Kerry Allen

An innovative adaptation of the Oedipus myth from Ireland's Peter Pan Theatre.

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Oedipus Loves You

From its opening nudity, "Oedipus Loves You" is that kind of aggressively different show that makes Off-Broadway nuthouse PS 122 either A) a ton of weird fun, or B) an exercise in how much c…

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Fever - Reviewed by Marc Miller

This adaptation of a classic Greek play offers some fascinating notions, but is hampered by overly verbose dialogue and a confused setting.

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The Caretaker

Berkshire Theatre's second stage starts the season with a terrific production of Harold Pinter's breakthrough play.

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The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
Connecticut Review by: Sandy MacDonald

Olympia Dukakis gives a gusto-filled performance in Michael Wilson's imaginative version of Tennessee Williams' improbably funny play.

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A Chorus Line

The yeoman efforts of Bob Avian, 1975 co-choreographer and current helmer, introduce the groundbreaking staging to a new generation without disturbing the memories of those who reveled in it…

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TO wait or not to wait? For those seeking free tickets to Shakespeare in the Park each summer, that was the big question - until now.

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