Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Green and Pleasant Neverland by Stephe Harrop

There’s even the odd pirate, redskin and fairy to be sighted among the motley and comprehensively lost crew.

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Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: “Pressure Drop” by Rogue Zentradi

It’s nice to see the Wellcome Collection (and by extension Wellcome Trust) expanding into theatre. The organisation has put on some fascinating work in the past, and their gallery is a gr…

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Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 11am (Broadway Time)

I Loves Me... by Donald

...a vocal arrangement for chorus that features a (mostly) a capella breakdown (at 2m17s).  Thought what is it about (mostly) a capella breakdowns that seems to mandate the company stan…

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Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 4am (Broadway Time)

The House of Yes by

Access Theater, Off-Off-Broadway By Le-Anne Garland BOTTOM LINE: A fun, dark comedy. An obsession with the Kennedy assassination, a little problem with incest, and a possible murder …

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Thursday, April 22, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Theater Talkback: 'I Lost It to Stephen Sondheim' By BEN BRANTLEY

I lost it to Stephen Sondheim, and I still marvel at how lucky I was to have had such an initiator.

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Yearning for originality on the musical stage By Richard Ouzounian

The hills are alive with the sound of music, but most of it is Golden Oldies.

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Jeff Daniels Is the Man By: Leslie (Hoban) Blake

The popular actor discusses his new film Paper Man, returning to Broadway's God of Carnage, and his new look.

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Justin Bartha doesn't exactly have a hangover at the end of each performance of Lend Me a Tenor, but something close to it.

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New theater spins positive tale BY HEDY WEISS

GRAND OPENING | North Side 'triplex' realizes seven-year dream for Wit

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La Cage Aux Folles - Reviewed by OSCAR E. MOORE

Simply fantastic. Go. Be entertained, be surprised and be young and in love with this sparkling powerhouse of a musical.

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Entry Level
Admiration and Pluck Pave the Way to 'Idiot' By CARA BUCKLEY

Austin Regan studied acting but it wasn't his love. Now he is an assistant director to Michael Mayer, a force behind the new "American Idiot."

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Broadway, Meet Green Day

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Idiot's Delight By: Tristan Fuge; Text by Dan Bacalzo

Rosie O'Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Rudd, Zachary Quinto, TR Knight, Edie Falco, Ana Gasteyer, Carla Gugino, Ben Foster and more help Green Day and the cast of Broadway's American Idiot celebrate their opening night.

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American Idiot
Review by Steven Suskin

This tale of three slackers from small-town USA has been given a visually robust style, an ear-splitting sound and a rock-concert feel by director Michael Mayer, as well as several elements …

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Review: "American Idiot" By: Roma Torre

As a mother of a 16-year-old, I found it to be a powerful cautionary tale. As a critic, I felt I'd seen it all before and as someone who appreciates superior talent in any form, it's quite a…

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A Sly Suggestion Is All It May Take to Kill a Marriage By BEN BRANTLEY

The thrilling new interpretation of August Strindberg's "Creditors," a portrait of a fatal sexual triangle, is both coldly objective and scathingly passionate.

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Reviewedby:Andy Propst

Alan Rickman's production of August Strindberg's classic drama consistently intrigues.

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Creditors - Reviewed by DAVID SHEWARD

Alan Rickman stages a pitched and powerful three-way battle for dominance in this rarely performed August Strindberg work.

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This Side of Paradise
Reviewedby:Sandy MacDonald

This new musical about F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald is deeply unsatisfying.

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This Side of Paradise - Reviewed by ERIK HAAGENSEN

This inert tuner about the lives of Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald has some occasionally attractive (if dramatically unsuccessful) music, but the rest of the show is a mess.

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The Flash, the Pan, the Complications By JASON ZINOMAN

In Scott Organ's play "Phoenix," a couple meets, but the parting is not so simple.

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Theater Review | 'Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet'
To Be Young and Gay, Before Reality TV By DAVID ROONEY

Leslie Jordan combines a writer's eye for detail with an actor's facility for mimicry in his disarming solo show at the Midtown Theater.

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Welcome to Arroyo's
Review by Steven Oxman

A personal, charming, clever play with a hip-hop bent, about a Puerto Rican brother and sister trying to make their way in the world after their mother's death.

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Turntables make crazy rhythms in Diaz's uneven hip-hop drama BY MARY HOULIHAN

Writer misses target despite creative burst

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Bum's Rush by David Anthony Fox

REVIEW: When We Go Upon the Sea

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There's something in the air at Berkeley Rep lately; it doesn't quite smell like teen spirit, but it certainly sounds like rock.

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Style That's Created Show by Show By STEPHEN HOLDEN

The songwriters Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty were on hand for the premiere of Lyrics & Lyricists Downtown at 92YTribeca.

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McCraney basks in honor BY MARY HOULIHAN

NEW STEPPENWOLF MEMBER | Playwright-actor wrote 'Brother/Sister'

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