Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Rogue Zentradi

(This is almost certainly my last review for 2009 and probably my final post for the year as well.)For many, Elizabeth Taylor is synonymous with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Despite personal trag…

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0168: Peter Panorama by MusicalTalk

Thos revisits the magical world of musicalised versions of Peter Pan and finds two very different approaches. He also looks at Peter Pan in pantomime form and chats in-depth with director Fe…

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0167: Do You Hear The People Talk: Les Miserables. by MusicalTalk

Tim, Nick, Lisa, Jonathan and Martin Ball discuss the world's long-running musical: Boubil and Schoenberg's Les Miserables.

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Matt Turney, Longtime Dancer With Martha Graham, Dies at 84 By JENNIFER DUNNING

Ms. Turney was a principal dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company in the 1950s, '60s and '70s.

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Broadway's D'Abruzzo and Howes Set for [title of show] in St. Louis

Tony nominee Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Benjamin Howes, Ben Nordstrom and Amy Justman will put their heads and voices together to create a new musical in the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis production of [title of show].

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Quick Q&A: Susan Blackwell

Killing vampires with the [title of show] star

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On the London Stage
In 2009, Newcomers Who Stole the Show By MATT WOLF

Fresh plays like Jez Butterworth's "Jerusalem" and Alia Bano's "Shades" delighted more than the classics.

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Slide Show: London Theater 2009

Photos of some of Matt Wolf's favorite shows of the year.

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The Revival of 'Ragtime' Closes Sunday By PATRICK HEALY

The Broadway revival of "Ragtime," the musical about social upheavals in early-20th-century America, will close on Sunday after 28 previews and 57 regular performances. Its investors will lo…

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Revisions for 'Addams Family' By PATRICK HEALY

The producers of "The Addams Family" hired the director Jerry Zaks to take over the $16.5 million production and supervise significant changes.

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Bartha set for Broadway bow? by David Rooney

INSIDE MOVES: 'Hangover' star tunes up for 'Lend Me a Tenor'

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'Wicked' sets Broadway record

Santa brought box office presents to many -- but not all -- Broadway shows last week, with enduring juggernaut "Wicked" ($2,092,745) already breaking the record it set over Thanksgiving for …

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The Producer's Perspective By: Solange De Santis

Ken Davenport, Kevin McCollum, Chase Mishkin, and Daryl Roth discuss the economics of putting on a show in 2010.

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How to razzle dazzle 'em with Jerry Mitchell, the musical hitmaker

What's the secret to a great musical? As Legally Blonde hits the stage, Maddy Costa, talks to its director, the serial hit-maker Jerry Mitchell, about hope, creativity - and laundry

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Sharon Gless Stars in a World Premiere of Her Own Making

Sharon Gless takes a risk by playing a risk-taker in A Round-Heeled Woman, a true story that she optioned.

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From '81/2' to 'Nine' By JIM FUSILLI

Bringing the film to stage and back again.

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'The Play That Changed My Life'
Edited by Ben Hodges
Reviewed by Patrick Healy

In "The Play That Changed My Life," 21 of America's best playwrights write knowingly and movingly about the ways that plays and theater gave them a calling.

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Interactive Feature: My Play, My Life

Christopher Durang, David Henry Hwang and others talk about one play of their own that was transformational.

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Doll as Foil for Corporate Ills By DANIEL M. GOLD

The nimble production of E. Y. Harburg's 1951 musical "Flahooley" demonstrates how to entertain on a shoestring.

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MURDER TO PROVE A POINT by JOHN NATHAN

Professor Hamilton, in the dining room, with the rope....

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