Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

One of the Strangest Ways to Be Affected By Something Like This by Jaime

Well, I guess what happens when you're a receptionist at an international aide organization and there's a massive fucking earthquake in Haiti is that suddenly your job becomes INSANE. In a …

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Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre Mash-ups? by Jodi Schoenbrun Carter

Earlier today I was listening to the GLEE soundtrack and got to the songs from the Mash-ups episode.  It got me thinking, most music mash-ups (the combining of two songs) end up being crap,…

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Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Update by Broadway Mouth Blog

I forgot my flash drive at home and cannot work on my next query letter over lunch at work, so I'm on for a minute with an update.TwitterYou may have noticed that I have a Twitter account no…

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Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Fêtes de la Nuit Introduction by Kim Weild

Press Release For Immediate Release A Special Announcement from Charles Mee, Kim Weild and Jamie Forshaw It’s the beginning of a New Year, a new decade and a new company!  Kim Weild a…

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Thursday, January 14, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)

'Caveman' heads for Off Broadway

Play is longest running solo in B'way history

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Red Bull to produce 'Duchess'

Off B'way play will begin next month

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Becky Shaw
Philadelphia Review by Tim Dunleavy

Gina Gionfriddo's satire of modern morality is given a completely engaging production by director Anne Kauffman, aided by a top-notch cast and a clever design.

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Shaw Shines by Mark Cofta

How refreshing to hear a play - for that's what we're really doing, however stunning the visuals - that purrs, perks and pops like Gina Gionfriddo's Becky Shaw.

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Playwrights' Nurturing Is the Focus of a Study By PATRICK HEALY

A new study of the state of the American play has set off a debate in some theater circles.

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Theater Review | 'The Devil You Know'
Revisiting Satanic Deal With Strings By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO

This stock, moralizing tale, by Ping Chong & Company and Phantom Limb, is based on "The Devil and Daniel Webster."

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Sexual Healing - Reviewed by ERIK HAAGENSEN

Writer-director Jonathan Leaf's intriguing but unfocused "Sexual Healing" seems to be a thinly veiled dramatization of the lives and work of pioneering sex researchers William Masters and Vi…

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Sexual Healing
Reviewedby:David Finkle

Jonathan Leaf's clumsy drama appears to be based on the life and work of sex researchers Masters and Johnson.

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Wild Man
Reviewedby:Sandy MacDonald

Matthew Maguire's hour-long monologue doesn't live up to its title.

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Detailed Reflections, Verbal and Visual By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

The speakers are more like specters in "Ads," a boundary-pushing curio from the theatrical auteur Richard Maxwell.

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And One-Eyed Offspring Makes Three By RACHEL SALTZ

Parenthood never looked weirder or more terrifying than it does in "Smudge," a new play by Rachel Axler.

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Legally Blonde

This guilty pleasure of a show remains precision-engineered candy-floss.

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Legally Blonde

Another Broadway musical hit for London

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Legally Blonde: the Musical
Reviewedby:Natasha Tripney

Sheridan Smith's effervescent and endearing performance as Elle Woods lifts the London production of this mostly mediocre musical.

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IATSE joins other unions

Opposes proposed tax on 'Cadillac' health plans

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Ke$ha Ends Susan Boyle's 'Dream' By BEN SISARIO; Compiled by DAVE ITZKOFF

Susan Boyle's six-week run at the top of the Billboard album chart has finally been ended, by a singer who couldn't be more different.

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