Monday, September 7, 2009 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Playwrights make drama out of global financial crisis By Jenny Armstrong

The credit crunch is reinvigorating British theatre, with a series of new plays that tackle the recession

Linked From The Independent at 12:00AM

Life Stages By Sarah Kuhn

The musically gifted cast of 'Glee' talks song selection, audition gaffes, and acting inspirations.

Linked From Backstage at 12:00AM

Kennedy Center's Page to Stage

The new theatre season gets its kickoff with the 8th annual Page-to-Stage, the place where new plays are given their first read or performance preview.

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 12:00AM

Vows: Sarah Kabanuck and David Miller By KATHRYN SHATTUCK

For one member of Il Divo, his wedding was a remake of ""La Bohème," with a much happier outcome.

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Look over There, Look over There

Conal Creedon's one-act plays at the Irish Repertory Theatre are excellent. How I wish that the staging were as accomplished. Not the direction, but the staging. There is a difference.

Linked From TheaterMania at 12:00AM

Seeing Double: A Preview of the Fall 2009 Broadway Season

The double feature is back in fashion this fall on Broadway.

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Today in Theatre History

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