Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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The Day the Plays Died by Cara Joy David

This season on Broadway, the successful plays revolved around stars. The presence of these types of productions creates a very different Broadway landscape.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway's New Drew! by Rockofagesmusical

Broadway's New Drew! How often do you get to see a young up-and-comer find out he's just landed the role of his career? That's exactly what happened when Broadway.com met fresh …

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Miss Kim by Theasy.com

FringeNYC, Off-Off-Broadway CLICK HERE FOR ALL FRINGENYC SHOWS By Dan Fingerman BOTTOM LINE: A compelling and brilliant autobiographical piece that explores the real life of Gina Kim…

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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1776: When Did You First Notice They Were Missing? by Peter Filichia

When director Sarah Crawford approached George Harter and said that she wanted to do 1776 with an all-female cast in a concert staging, Harter was inclined to say yes.

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Send in the lawyers by Michael Riedel

Everybody in the theater who'd heard about John Logan's script for the new HBO series The Miraculous Year knew that the main character was based on Stephen Sondheim. Everybody, that is, but…

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New York Send-Off | Line-Reading in Central Park by JAN BENZEL

Getting tickets to Shakespeare in the Park requires a steely determination and, sometimes, an alfresco nap.

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DC Theatre Scene announces its "Audience Choice Awards" nominations

DC Theatre Scene writers and staff have given 212 nominations to the work of 42 area theatre companies and 118 performers, ...

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The Twentieth-Century Way - Fringe Fest Review by Oscar E. Moore

It's an important but little known piece of gay history which is performed to the hilt by Messrs Bradley and Mammana. Baring both their talent and their bodies for a good theatrical albeit c…

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Review: 'I Do! I Do!' by Diana Barth

A marriage set to music

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The Taster - Review by Fred Sokol

This is a fascinating play. It also challenges the theatergoer.

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ISN'T IT RICH ... ALMOST by BERNARD CARRAGHER

Those who saw Trevor Nunn's first round of production, with a different cast, might find this second go-round a bit lacking in chemistry.

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Kurt Ehrmann, Alex Goodrich, Elizabeth Ledo, et al. Set for Court Theatre's The Comedy of Errors by Andy Propst

Court Theatre has announced casting for The Comedy of Errors, to run September 16 - October 17. Sean Graney will direct the production. The production will re-imagine the classic comedy abou…

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Monica Hunken to Perform Solo Show Blondie of Arabia at The Living Theatre by Andy Propst

Monica Hunken will perform her new solo show Blondie of Arabia at The Living Theatre, September 22-October 9. Laura Newman will direct the production. The show is based on Hunken's …

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Daytime Emmy Winner Kim Zimmer to Return to One Life to Live; Star in New Play Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods by Dan Bacalzo

Four-time Daytime Emmy Award winner Kim Zimmer will return to the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live in October as Echo di Savoy, a character she played in the 1980s, according to Soap Oper…

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Kevin Spacey Developing HBO Series The Crux by Brian Scott Lipton

Tony Award winner Kevin Spacey is developing a new HBO series, The Crux, in which he will play a religious leader, according to published reports. Spacey won the Tony Award as Best Featured …

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Chiris Fountain, Verity Rushworth, Steven Webb, et al. Set for Waterloo East's Departure Lounge by Brian Scott Lipton

Casting has been announced for Dougal Irvine's musical comedy Departure Lounge, which will begin play the new Waterloo East, September 28-October 31, according to Whatsonstage.com. …

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Long Story Short

Legit Reviews: Inspired comic take on the history of the whole world (in just under 75 minutes).

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Annie Get Your Gun

Legit Reviews: The part doesn't fit Patti LuPone like the glove Gypsy Rose Lee might peel off in a striptease.

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It's not the same as being in Lincoln Center, but TV production of 'South Pacific' is a can't-miss by David Hinckley

If you care even a little bit about great songs and superb musical theater, make a date with the family to watch "South Pacific" tonight at 8 on Ch. 13.

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Capeman Outdoors, Starring the City by Ben Brantley

The workshop of Paul Simon's The Capeman was set in its proper urban element at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

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The Leading Men by Tom Nondorf

Opposite His Real-Life Wife, Jason Danieley Is Next to Normal's New Husband

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Today in Theatre History

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Saving Throw Versus Love and Get Rich Cheating by Matthew Murray

Larry Brenner's comedy soars as long as it embraces the geeks who are its subjects, and Jeff Kreisler's mock self-help seminar is a smart and funny tribute to large-scale greed.

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Picture Incomplete by Clifford Lee Johnson III

By the time Trent Armand Kendall's one-man musical ends, he is wrung out and we are infused with the kind of glow that only a superlative performance can kindle.

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