Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for July 18, 2010: The Devil & Eve by James Marino

This Week on Broadway for July 18, 2010: The Devil & Eve 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 po…

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Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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A Question of Mercy by Theasy.com

Atlantic Stage 2 Theatre, Off-Broadway By Molly Marinik BOTTOM LINE: Completely gripping. This life and death tale questions the moral implications involved with assisted suicide, an…

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Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for July 18, 2010: The Devil & Eve 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: Peter Filichia James Marino Matthew Murray Topics: Falling for Eve…

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Sunday, July 18, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Exporting Broadway By ELLEN GAMERMAN

The business of sending musicals abroad has never been bigger-Disney has brought in more than $2 billion overseas from 'The Lion King' alone. But navigating the global stage can be tricky. W…

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'Glee' and Broadway are in harmony By LINDA WINER

In just one season, "Glee" may have managed what all the marketing geniuses and ad budgets have been struggling to do since '50s rock snatched the hit parade from the American musical. The s…

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Theater Talkback: Who Owns Sheet Music? By JASON ROBERT BROWN

The composer Jason Robert Brown wonders why some people feel entitled to illegally download sheet music -- his sheet music -- for free.

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A play production born of economic stimulus money By Mike Boehm

A theater group composed of CalArts grads takes its $50,000 and presents 'Brewsie and Willie,' adapted from a Gertrude Stein novella.

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Career Analysis: Spider-Man Poses Sticky Situation For Jennifer Damiano, by Jesse North

On the day of her final performance in Next to Normal, Jennifer Damiano's next project might not best serve her talents.

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"Spider-Man" role presents opportunities for bands By Jason Lipshutz (Billboard)

Carney is excited to start full rehearsals Monday (July 19) for a tentative bow this fall, but he's not forsaking the four-piece band that he fronts.

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The Culture Wars Shift to School Halls By DAVID ROONEY

As the culture wars move to school halls, playwrights are finding drama (and comedy) on those battlefields.

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A March of Deadly Sins, One by One By CELIA McGEE

The playwright Leslye Headland's "Bachelorette," her take on gluttony, opens this month at the McGinn/Cazale Theater.

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Whatever Happened to Mystery? By BEN BRANTLEY

For today's celebrities, silence is suspect. Transparency wins (for a while).

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Revealed: my inner luvvie

Theatre critic Dominic Cavendish moved from stalls to stage when he went on an acting course.

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Verbatim theatre: the people's voice?

Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen: Verbatim plays can involve us all in real-life stories and bring about social change - as we hope our new play, Aftermath, shows

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Cuban Theater Troupe Makes U.S. Debut by Cheryl Corley

Teatro Buendia, performing in Chicago, doesn't shy away from criticizing Cuba.

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A Star Named Marilyn (But Not The One You Think) by Lloyd Schwartz

Marilyn Miller, a Broadway icon of the '20s and '30s, is the star of two newly released DVDs.

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Grandpa, I think Lady Macbeth Just Swore By PATRICK HEALY

A London "Macbeth" for ages 6 and up adds singalongs while showing a severed head.

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True events lived by made-up characters By Jeffrey Borak

No, says Tsakalakos, "Pool Boy" is not autobiographical.

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Test of Fidelity By Jeffrey Borak

It was an offer director John Rando simply couldn't turn down.

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Video: City Lights

Bryce Ryness, Jonathan Hammond, Brad Alexander, and Adam Mathias discuss the new Off-Broadway musical See Rock City and Other Destinations.

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Reimagining "Kit" Cornell - the Grande Dame of the Stage

Playwright A.R. Gurney relives his youthful meeting with Katharine Cornell in The Grand Manner.

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'Spelling' been by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Coincidentally, three alums from the Broadway production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" are on the boards right now.

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Dan Lauria's Football Experience Nabs Him Lead In 'Lombardi' By FRANK RIZZO

Played Football at Southern Connecticut State College Until Theater Called

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Tom Pelphrey Finishes the Hat By: Connie Passalacqua Hayman

The Daytime Emmy Award winner returns to Off-Broadway in the new drama In God's Hat.

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David Schweizer Procreates at the Odyssey by Deborah Behrens

David Schweizer discusses helming pal Justin Tanner's Procreation at LA's Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, being courted to head a regional theatre and readying Tennessee Williams' last full length play In Masks Outrageous for Broadway in 2011.

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The Art of Being Grizabella

Meet Anastasia Lange, a new generation of feline in the national tour of Cats.

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Guess Who's Coming to Grandmotherhood

The summer screen has heated up with some big box-office bruisers, "and I'm in one of them," cheerfully chirps Katharine Houghton, a newcomer to this top-gun crowd.

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Theater Critics Gather In Waterford, Anthony Bourdain In Springfield

Chicago Tribune's Michael Phillips To Talk About Changing World Of Reviews

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Refurbished fairy tales By Louise Kennedy

Once upon a time, there was a little theater company (called Company One), where seven playwrights created their own versions of the Grimm stories.

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Shakespeare, and Good Eats in Oregon By JENNIFER MARGULIS

A number of new and wide-ranging restaurants are redrawing Ashland's culinary map.

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Curtain Speeches: Westport Country Playhouse Eases Audience Into Beckett By Frank Rizzo

Westport Country Playhouse is breaking new ground -- in curtain speeches.

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Buried in Rocks, but Keeping Her Chin Up By ANITA GATES

"Happy Days," by Samuel Beckett, is being performed at the Westport Country Playhouse through July 24.

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Review: "Our Town" By: Roma Torre

Cromer and his terrific company led now by the excellent Helen Hunt, remind us that no matter how badly our luck turns in this game of life it's all a gift we must learn to cherish.

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Damn It All! By: Iris Wiener

Andre De Shields and Felicia Finley discuss starring in the John W. Engeman Theater's production of Damn Yankees.

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Playing Ball With the Devil By AILEEN JACOBSON

An accomplished cast, led by the distinguished Broadway veteran André De Shields, exudes an infectious zest.

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Flights Are Delayed, but Lives Go On By SYLVIANE GOLD

Near the start of the play, before we've gotten to know either character, Reed asks, "Do you really want to keep bumping into the people that you are done with?" By the end of it, the audien…

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Lowdown Schemes and High Dysfunction By NAOMI SIEGEL

The opening salvo of the so-called Talley Trilogy, "Fifth of July," first produced in 1978, is receiving a robust outing at Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor, in a co-production with the Willia…

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Two Kings Make a Winning Hand By TERRY TEACHOUT

Few companies can afford so labor-intensive a production as "The Madness of King George III," but The Old Globe is bringing it off with seeming effortlessness-and throwing in "The Taming of …

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The Sting of Scandal, Public and Private By MICHAEL SOMMERS

Not nearly as illuminating as it promises to be, "Sunlight" raises only an occasional flicker of drama, let alone outrage, over the crimes quite likely committed by people drunk with power.

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Review: "Race" By: Roma Torre

Credit David Mamet and a slick production for the success of "Race," a thin play that's run a lot longer than I expected. While the drama still disappoints, a cast change adds a nice shot of…

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War, Money and Other Silliness By ANITA GATES

The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey is putting on a pretty, proper and joyously funny production of George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man."

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You Can't Stop the Aerosol By ANITA GATES

The Gateway Playhouse channels the '60s, and big hair, in a new production of "Hairspray" at the Patchogue Theater for the Performing Arts.

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Broadway In Bryant Park Recap: Memphis and Billy Elliot, by Jesse North

Recap, set lists, and video of the second installment of the free lunchtime concerts.

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Going to the Dogs! By: Tristan Fuge

Bernadette Peters, Mary Tyler Moore, Sean Hayes, Tony Shalhoub, Cheyenne Jackson, Tony Goldwyn, Richard Thomas, Jan Maxwell, Chad Kimball and a host of stars lend a hand at Broadway Barks.

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James Gammon dies at 70; craggy character actor excelled on stage and screen By Claire Noland

He played manager Lou Brown in 'Major League,' co-founded the MET Theatre and received several Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards for acting and directing.

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Former child star Roe dies

Thesp Raymond Roe, who appeared in the original Broadway productions of "Our Town" and "Life With Father" as a child, died July 2 in San Leandro, Calif., of complications from surgery. He wa…

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Joseph J. Musil dies at 73; theater designer with a flair for showmanship By Dennis McLellan

The Santa Ana-based designer's work included the restoration of the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood and the transformation of the Crest Theater in Westwood.

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More Opera Coming to a Movie Theater Near You By DANIEL J. WAKIN

The shows will include live performances of operas and ballets, as well as filmed productions of Shakespeare plays from the Globe Theater, for which Opus Arte has the rights.

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Theater Listings: July 16 - 22

Selective listings from theater critics of The New York Times.

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Stanley Tucci and Meryl Streep could make more movie magic

Tucci could direct Streep and Tina Fey in a film now called "Mommy & Me."

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