Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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My Big Gay Italian Wedding by Theasy.com

St. Luke's Theatre, Broadway By Darron Cardosa BOTTOM LINE: A silly, campy, gay play but not very smart or funny. I went into My Big Gay Italian Wedding with high hopes. Considering …

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Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for May 23, 2010: Awards are Taking Flight by James Marino

If you would like to listen to the podcast, click on the arrow in the player below. Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Matthew Murray Peter Filichia James Marino News: Outer Critics Cir…

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Miranda/Miranda Audition . . . The Word Of Your Body by Usnavi

Miranda/Miranda Audition . . . The Word Of Your Body With congratulations to the tour cast of Spring Awakening. Please consider us your next time around. From: usnavi Views: 76963 484 …

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Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for May 23, 2010: Awards are Taking Flight by James Marino

If you would like to listen to the podcast, click on the arrow in the player below. Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Matthew Murray Peter Filichia James Marino News: Outer Critics Cir…

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Sunday, May 23, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Mike Kuchwara, AP's veteran theater critic, is dead by Charles McNulty

On a personal level, he was the most amiable theater critic I've known.

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You Will Be Missed, Michael Kuchwara by Cara Joy David

His death is a horrible loss to the theater community; I never heard of anyone who hated Michael Kuchwara.

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Mike Kuchwara, A.P. theater critic, dies in New York by Chris Jones

Mike was a generous and thoroughly engaging man whose knowledge of American drama was as extensive as his spirit was kind.

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Michael Kuchwara dead at 63 by Adam Feldman

His family says that he was listening to show music when he died. I think that's how he would have liked to go.

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Michael Kuchwara, AP drama critic, dies at 63 By HILLEL ITALIE

"He never seemed remotely jaded or sour, he always seemed happy to be at the theater and brought incredible good will to it, which is rare in any profession," said Ben Brantley, chief theate…

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Noises off: Problems of recognition by Chris Wilkinson

This week, bloggers debate whether women playwrights are being sidelined, an actor's sexuality sparks a Broadway row and Ian McKellen enjoys an unexpected windfall

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Celebrities Come Out, Without Fanfare By JEREMY W. PETERS

For gay celebrities, coming out has lost some of its potency.

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ASK PLAYBILL: Broadway Ticketholders Waiting in Line

Playbill.com answers your - and sometimes our own - theatre-related questions in the return of our popular feature.

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Masters, servants, Molière's "Imaginary Invalid" By Peter D. Kramer

Allyce Beasley - perhaps best known as Agnes DiPesto, the rhyming receptionist from TV's "Moonlighting" - plays Toinette the maid in the Schoolhouse Theater production of Molière's fi…

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Stage-struck: Music Theatre of Wichita begins 39th season By BOB CURTRIGHT

MTW's 39th season features shows that deal with the theme of being on stage.

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5 Questions I've Never Been Asked: Karen Malpede

"Do we want to keep on writing about wreaking havoc in the world?," asks the Prophecy playwright and director. "Or might there be another way?"

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Ephron sisters weave clothes into the fabric of women's lives By Irene Lacher

'Love, Loss, and What I Wore' is playing at Geffen Playhouse's Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater.

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National tour of Young Frankenstein is alive and kicking By EVERETT EVANS

Susan Stroman knew that crafting a follow-up to the Tony-sweeping megahit The Producers held a minefield along with its possibilities.

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Arts Advocacy Update: Texas Teabaggers Raising Ruckus?

This week: wasted Vegas, tasted Baltimore.

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Giving Trenton a Voice on Stage By TAMMY LA GORCE

None of the living residents whose stories are told in the 25-scene play have been involved in rehearsals.

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Fictional Mining Town, Mirroring Real Losses By DAVID ROONEY

The musical "The Burnt Part Boys" tells the story of the children of a West Virginia mining town bonded by loss.

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An Artistic Director Who's All Business By STUART MILLER

Julie Crosby was an unorthodox choice to serve as managing director of the Women's Project, though it was her promotion to artistic director that was controversial.

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Better Acting Through Chemistry By PATRICK HEALY

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, the stars of the critically acclaimed August Wilson drama "Fences," talk about their roles.

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Video: Having A Jones For Fela!

Tony Award-nominated director and choreographer Bill T. Jones discusses his creation of the hit Broadway musical and his plans for the London production.

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Theater Blog: The Elaborate Entrance of Kristoffer Diaz by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Kristoffer Diaz's new play "The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity" (which opened last night at Second Stage) is a total riot. As soon as it was over, I couldn't wait to see it again.

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Review: 'Behind the Gates' at Marilyn Monroe Theatre by Charlotte Stoudt

Played out on Stephanie Kerley Schwartz's set of stone columns and sheer curtains, David Gautreaux's staging has a minimalist elegance occasionally at odds with the style of the play, which …

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Her Rifle, Her Friend: Annie Gets Her Due By SYLVIANE GOLD

The story of Annie Oakley is presented as Wild West eye candy at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Conn.

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Shuffling Off to the Buffalo of the 1950s By ANITA GATES

"Over the Tavern" is the gently irreverent opening production of the Penguin Rep Theater's 2010 season, with Christopher Cox in the say-anything lead role.

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