Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Podcast: Synetic Forges a Message of Love from a Tragedy by Joel Markowitz

With a breaking heart, Synetic Theater answered the tragedy in the Republic of Georgia with a change of play. Paata Tsikurishvili responded to the devastation of his homeland by reviving Hos…

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Broadway sales slow down

Late-August slowdown causes tumble

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Tad Mosel, TV Dramatist, Dies at 86 By BRUCE WEBER

Mr. Mosel's dramatic scripts for live television were regularly featured in prime-time programming in the 1950s, and his play "All the Way Home" won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1961.

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David Hare on how the BBC killed the TV play

The BBC's abandonment of the single television play is a spineless betrayal of the playwright, the art and the public

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Now and Forever By: Ann Lieber

Daniel Reichard joins original cast members Larry Raben, Stan Chandler, and David Engel for the upcoming film version of the musical Forever Plaid.

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PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Kelly Sullivan

Kelly Sullivan - who recently joined the cast of Broadway's Young Frankenstein - fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire with random facts, backstage trivia and pop culture tidbits.

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Pizzarelli finds niche with 'Song' By PHIL GALLO

Musician straddles line between jazz, cabaret

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Basking in 'Theories of the Sun' By Nelson Pressley

Williams and Stoppard Check In to Liven It Up

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White as a Snowfall, Gritty as Sand

An image from the dance-theater work "Salt Lake."

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'Hamlet' Outdoors: The Setting's the Thing By ANDY WEBSTER

Gorilla Rep's production was presented on a gently sloping stretch of grass in Fort Tryon Park, and the ingenuity of its staging was impressive.

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The Bones of Lesser Men

Port Au Prince-born scripter Yves Lola St. Vil has culled her Brooklyn upbringing, fashioning an unwieldy, but often compelling glimpse into the challenged lives of locals whose main refuge …

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Hattie...What I Need You To Know!
Reviewed by: Dan Bacalzo

Playwright/performer Vickilyn Reynolds is a vocal powerhouse in this clunky bio-musical about Hattie McDaniel.

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Perhaps no show could live up to the weight of expectations. The prospect of a National Theater of Scotland collaboration with David Harrower was impossibly tantalizing.

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Dorian Gray

It might not be as Oscar Wilde imagined it, not least because no words are spoken, but Matthew Bourne's choreographed adaptation of the famous gothic story seems even more appropriate to our…

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This production will be coming to London in November and it will be fascinating to see how David Tennant's Hamlet matures. He already speaks the verse beautifully and clearly, and the depth …

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THE SIEGEL COLUMN By Barbara & Scott Siegel

The Siegels try on Summer Shorts 2, give Dog Day Afternoon a pet, and give hell to Give 'Em Hell, Harry!.

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