Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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26 Days ’til Godspell: Raise a glass to the cast at the end of the first week. by Ken

And on the 26th day before the start of previews, there was rejoicing. Today, after the end of the first week of rehearsals, we had a casual cocktail party for the company, who have been wor…

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Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 9/17/2011

BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 9172011.

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Peek behind the curtain at local fall theater lineup by Jenna Scherer

Theater may be the only animal that hibernates in the summer. But this fall season is full to bursting with shows...

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Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts: the galas, part one

Kansas City's new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts opened this weekend with several giant parties: a gala performance for each of the new halls - the opera house on Friday, the orches…

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It’s all in the family for Rep’s ‘August: Osage County’

Welcome to the biggest, loudest dysfunctional family you’ve ever encountered. “August: Osage County,” the acclaimed three-act play by Tracy Letts, claimed mu…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Stage frights by Barbara Hoffman and Michael Riedel

Auditions are hell — and not just for newcomers. Even the most celebrated actors have blown it at one time or another. Sometimes it’s merely a case of bad nerves, but it might just as we…

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Arts | Connecticut: ‘The Crucible’ at Hartford Stage - Review by Sylviane Gold

This “Crucible” is still set in Massachusetts, but it lives several centuries removed from the long black frocks and stiff white collars of the original.

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Parenting and Playwriting by Catherine Trieschmann by HowlRound

For what is writing if not the chronicling of accumulated experience run through the imagination and senses? It might follow, therefore, that having children, which is one gigantic act of ac…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Herbert Is as Herbert Does by Sam Hurwitt

THEATER REVIEW: SAN FRANCISCO Show #81: Star Trek: Live! The Way to Eden, the Dark Room, September 3. By Sam Hurwitt The Dark Room in the Mission hosts a variety of comedy events, solo show…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Saturday Roundup: This Week on BroadwayWorld by BroadwayWorld

If you're looking for a quick roundup of this week's events in the theatre world, look no further - here are some of the best articles the week had to offer

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Review: Wicked at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta by Mark Runyon

Atlanta is in for a delicious treat this month as Broadway powerhouse ‘Wicked’ takes up residence at the venerable Fox Theatre from September 14 through October 2. It has been three long…

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LION KING 3D Expected to Gross $25 Million in First Weekend by BroadwayWorld

Defying all projections, Disney's re-release of The Lion King earned a first-day gross of 8.8 million at the domestic box office, according to the Hollywood Reporter, and is now on course to…

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ACT Awards: Allen Jimenez by The Denver Post

ACT Awards: Allen Jimenez Allen Jimenez of Aurora Central High School accepts the Alliance for Colorado Theatre's 2011 Colorado Theater Educator of the Year Award at ACT's annual c…

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Liz Smith: Elaine Stritch — She’s Still Here! But She Won’t Sing It Because WE KNOW She’s Still Here! by Liz Smith

Liz reviews la Stritch’s Sondheim tribute at Cafe Carlyle

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Lottery winner hits back at the school bullies with rock musical Stand Tall by Vanessa Thorpe

Anti-bullying musical to open in London next month after £20,000 investment from one-time victim Charmaine WatsonCharmaine Watson makes an unlikely theatrical impresario. At the age of 31, …

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Degas and the Ballet, Royal Academy, London

Here, centre-stage, is Degas’ The Little Dancer Aged Fourteen: one of the best-known images in art and one of the best-loved. She is undeniably cute – about a metre tall, so that t…

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Grupo Corpo, Sadler's Wells, London

You often hear footballers likened to dancers – in terms of their footwork at least. It's not often that the comparison works the other way. Yet from the first moment the 21 members of Bra…

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South Downs/The Browning Version, Minerva, Chichester - No Naughty Bits, Hampstead Theatre, London - Wild Bride, Lyric Hammersmith, Lo

David Hare has written a new curtain-raiser, South Downs, to accompany Terence Rattigan's fam-ously poignant one-act play, The Browning Version, from 1948. Making an absorbing Chichester Fes…

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Frank Oz: 'I still lie when cab drivers ask me what I do'

You can't understand what makes a cult phenomenon or someone would bottle it I have no idea how I got involved with all these things – Sesame Street, Saturday Night Live, Star Wars, …

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Desh – review by Luke Jennings

Curve theatre, LeicesterIn the opening moments of Desh (homeland), Akram Khan walks on to the stage in shirt and dhoti trousers. His tread is weary and he is holding a lamp, as if clocking o…

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South Downs/The Browning Version; My City; No Naughty Bits | review by Kate Kellaway

Chichester Festival Theatre; Almeida; Hampstead, LondonSchools are a natural subject for theatre and film – from The History Boys to Harry Potter. Every classroom is a stage of sorts. And …

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this is where we got to when you came in – review by Tom Lamont

Bush theatre, LondonAfter 39 years above a pub on Shepherd's Bush Green, the famously compact Bush theatre is moving to a bigger building around the corner ("We'll have a real stage door!" I…

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The Wild Bride – review by Killian Fox

Lyric, LondonA deal struck with the devil rarely has happy consequences, and in this richly entertaining new show from Emma Rice's Kneehigh company the price is a pair of pretty young hands,…

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Bang Bang Bang – review by Clare Brennan

Octagon, BoltonBefore writing this play Stella Feehily interviewed a great many people connected to the aid business. The lively but muddled result feels like a series of set pieces strung t…

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We Are Three Sisters – review by Clare Brennan

Viaduct, HalifaxOut of the howling wind emerge three young women wearing bonnets tightly tied and shawls chest-clutched; in their midst a young man, wild-haired, booted, waistcoated and jack…

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Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement – review by Laura Cumming

Royal Academy, LondonThe Royal Academy's mesmerising Degas and the Ballet begins and ends with the artist himself: dark-eyed and wary at the door in a lifesize photograph, half-blind in a ta…

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Tara Fitzgerald: 'Acting is a leap of faith' by Kate Kellaway

The Waking the Dead star on 'gruelling' Arthur Miller, Antony Sher and being a demon mimicTara Fitzgerald's career divides into two types: broken women (she made her name as an award-winning…

Linked From The Guardian at 06:30PM
Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Come Fly Away National Tour Performs on "MyFox Detroit" (Video) by Michael C. Gioia

Come Fly Away, Twyla Tharp’s dance musical that moves to the music of Frank Sinatra, began its U.S. national tour Aug. 2 at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta. The tour is currently p…

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The Select (The Sun Also Rises), based on Ernest Hemingway's novel, directed by John Collins, created by Elevator Repair Service, at New York Theatre by Yvonne Korshak

… so what’ll we do now? … With The Select, The Elevator Repair Service, an outstanding experimental theater company, has for some reason, created a complete misfire. The adaptation, th…

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BWW Interviews: Paul Gross Talks Private Lives by Kelly Cameron

Private Lives began previews last night in Toronto, it will have a limited 6 week engagement at Mirvish's Royal Alexandra Theatre before opening on Broadway November 17th. This is a revival…

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BROADWAY RECALL: When MAMMA MIA! Helped Heal Broadway by Michael Dale

Ten years ago, when New Yorkers were still adjusting to the shock of so many lives lost and a way of life gone forever, Mamma Mia, just by being the right musical at the right time, had some…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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ACT Awards: Gillian McNally by The Denver Post

ACT Awards: Gillian McNally Gillian McNally of the University of Northern Colorado accepts the Alliance for Colorado Theatre's 2011 Higher Education Theater Educator of the Year Award a…

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The Play’s the Thing: Should Shakespeare be in the spotlight? by Jude Evans

Following the announcements about 2012’s World Shakespeare Festival, the Bard takes centre stage yet again. Beginning on the great man’s birthday, the festival will coincide with the…

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Review: The Invested at curtainup.com by Elyse Sommer

the actors and the smart script make this behind the financial headlines play fun to watch. And at $18 a ticket, affordable even if your portfolio has taken a beating

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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ACT Awards: Jeremy Goldson by The Denver Post

ACT Awards: Jeremy Goldson Jeremy Goldson of Mountain Vista High School accepts the Alliance for Colorado Theatre's 2011 High School Theater Educator of the Year Award at ACT's annu…

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Reprise "Cabaret" by Sharon Perlmutter

In Reprise's production of Cabaret, director/choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge has chosen to emphasize the time period of the show by giving the Kit Kat Klub dancers Charleston-style choreo…

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Day-Of Rush Tickets to Be Released for All-Star Broadway Reading of 8 by Adam Hetrick

Producers of the one-night-only Sept. 19 Broadway presentation of 8 are making a limited number of discount rush tickets available at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre box office the day of the…

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Rush Tickets to Be Released for All-Star Broadway Reading of 8 by Adam Hetrick

Producers of the one-night-only Sept. 19 Broadway presentation of 8 are making a limited number of discount rush tickets available at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre box office the day of the…

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"Victor/Victoria" - Stages St. Louis by Robert Boyd

One could simply not ask for a better physical production than Stages the one St. Louis has put together for this final show of their 25th season.

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Crane Story

I love this theatre company. The Playwrights Realm chooses plays that come out of left field and works it so that they land true. In this case, however, there was still a lot of left-field…

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Kansas City opens sparkling Kauffman Center

KANSAS CITY, MO - Score one for Kansas City.

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CASTING: The Submission & Wild Animals You Should Know by JK

If you follow this blog somewhat regularly, you know that one of my goals over the last year has been to expand my theater-going horizons beyond Broadway musicals and high profile plays.&nbs…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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"Othello" - Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey by Bob Rendell

It is the clear and thoughtful approach that director Bonnie J. Monte has taken to the exposition leading up to "Othello"'s grand climaxes that distinguish the production at hand.

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The Eagles Are Looking to Bring ‘Hotel California’ to Broadway by Ryan Cockerham

Can it happen? Should it happen? Questions that must be asked when news that the Eagles are plotting a move to Broadway is overheard. According to sources, the Eagles are planning to adapt t…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)
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September 22nd's D3C - If I Never Look Upon This Land Again & An Ugly, Lovely Town by Lo_rez_skyline

During the talk back for last month’s D3C, I spoke a bit about why someone named “Gracia” would be writing a bloody family drama about the last days of the New York Irish mob. My reaso…

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The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O'Neill by Theasy.com

Neo-Futurists, Kraine Theatre, Off Off Broadway By O'Hagan Blades BOTTOM LINE: A playful and hilarious adaptation of a classic playwright's work. The New York Neo-Futurists are best …

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UP ON THE MARQUEE: STICK FLY by Walter McBride

The marquee is up for the upcoming Broadway production of STICK FLY. Broadwayworld brings you photos below

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UP ON THE MARQUEE: THE MOUNTAINTOP by Walter McBride

The marquee is up for THE MOUNTAINTOP, beginning performances on September 22, 2011 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre and officially opening on Thursday, October 13, 2011. BroadwayWorld bring…

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UP ON THE MARQUEE: ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER by Walter McBride

The marquee is up at the St. James Theatre for the newly imagined Broadway production of ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER starring Grammy and Emmy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Harry…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Why "Sweet and Sad" Left Me Feeling Sour by Jan Simpson

They say that all politics is local.  But that doesn’t mean it has to be banal.  And, alas, the latter turns out to be the case with Sweet and Sad, the new play by Richard Nelson…

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John Raymond Barker by Adaumbelle

John Raymond Barker discusses the everyday details of his life and career!

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Living with a teen aging way too soon by Howard Shapiro

In Kimberly Akimbo, which opened Thursday and is getting a good ride at Theatre Horizon in Norristown, playwright David Lindsay-Abaire calls for an actress in her 50s to play a 16-year-old.

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On Theatre: No one should take opinion as gospel, not even our critic’s by Robert Cushman

Soulpepper’s production of Arthur Miller’s The Price received a standing ovation on its first night. These days that isn’t such a rarity, anywhere you go. But the cheers and claps on t…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Street Scene by John Morrison

There's lots to enjoy in this supremely ambitious revival at the Young Vic of an opera created in 1947 by composer Kurt Weill, lyricist Langston Hughes and playwright Elmer Rice. If it doesn…

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Eugene O’Neill: Bound East for Cardiff (1914) by George Hunka

The last birthday present I received from my father before his death was a DVD of the American Experience biography of Eugene O’Neill that first aired on PBS in 2006. Decades earlier, …

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Scenes from a (Mentally Ill) Marriage Mosaic Scores with a Powerful Production About a Marriage in Crisis by Bill Hirschman

Side Effects by Michael Weller, a raw, visceral look at a marriage at the mercy of the wife’s mental illness, comes to stunning life at Mosaic Theatre in Plantation.

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"Camelot" at the Engeman features Bottari and Case Costumes by BroadwayWorld

The John Engeman Theatre's "Camelot" features Bottari and Case costumes that go all the way back to Richard Harris' tour.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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The Davenport Brothers by Trav S. D.

Today is the birthday of Ira Erastus Davenport (1839-1911). It was Ira who eventually confessed to Houdini (an acorn off of his own tree) that the Spiritualist demonstrations he’d put …

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Review: Dublin by Lamplight at curtainup.com by Paulanne Simmons

for all who like their history tweaked a bit . . .

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Playbill Video Takes a Tour of Woodshed Collective’s The Tenant With Michael Patrick Crane (Video) by Michael C. Gioia

The Woodshed Collective’s free engagement of The Tenant, a five-story theatrical adaptation of Roland Topor’s novel, has extended its run at the West-Park Presbyterian Church thr…

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Bestest Musical Ever - Fall 2011 by Christopher Caggiano

So it's back to school for me and for my students. This semester promises to be even more zany-kooky-crazy than ever, and I couldn't be happier. Of course, one of the things I look forward t…

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CHART TOPPERS: Top-Grossing Broadway Productions, Week of Sept. 5-11 by Michael C. Gioia

Here are the top-grossing Broadway productions for the week of Sept. 5-11, 2011, as reported by The Broadway League. MUSICALS The Lion King (Minskoff Theatre), $1,299,169 The Book of Mormon …

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BWW's On This Day - September 17, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 17 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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City seen as a plus for NYMF projects

Legit News: Gives lesser known musicals a chance to shine -- Big-money hits from "Wicked" to "The Book of Mormon" to such performance-oriented TV shows as "Glee" and the upcoming "Smash" kee…

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D.C. musicals double up

Legit News: Signatures presents new pair in rep -- For many theaters, it's hard enough to pull together the money to produce one new musical, let alone two at the same time.

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'Book of Mormon' hooks Broadway crowd

Legit News: B.O. felled by other distractions -- The only way to conquer Broadway's annual post-Labor Day slump is to have a little faith.

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Four boost road grosses

Legit News: Road grosses -- Four of the seven shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 15 (Sept. 5-11).

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Play It Cool by StageGrade

Are critics snapping along to "Play It Cool"?

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Stars of Vaudeville #358: Winnie Lightner by Trav S. D.

Winnie Lightner (born Winifred Reeve on this day in 1899) is best known today as a movie star of the pre-code era, 1929-34 (not because she was particularly racy but that was just the timin…

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German-American Steuben Parade by Trav S. D.

Much like New York’s  German American community itself, the German American Steuben Parade maintains kind of a low, dignified profile. As compared with, say, the St. Patrick’s a…

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One City Divided by Don Hall

84th and Halsted:Driving from a BBQ in honor of a recently released exonerated death row inmate and his stalwart mother, I see an old black man in a blue suit.  He is a bit in the road …

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Theater Review: Deirdre Kinahan’s ‘BogBoy’ - Review by Rachel Saltz

In Deirdre Kinahan’s “BogBoy,” a wry recovering addict makes even failure sound sadly funny.

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Charles Winn Speaks by Marc Miller

Christopher Kipiniak is still excellent, but C.S. Hanson's extension of a one-act about a Russian emigrant investor traffics in needless detail and wild coincidence.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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The Lapsburgh Layover by StageGrade

Are critics happy to have had "The Lapsburgh Layover"?

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Completeness by StageGrade

Are critics completely into "Completeness"?

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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At Crighton: Comedy Will Fly Even If Mama Won’t by David Dow Bentley III

[NOTE: All photos by Nikie Brown of WishNik Photography] Attention all Montgomery County area fans of wacky, far-fetched and very silly comedy. Your time has come with the Stage Right Player…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Review | Kauffman Theatre opened in stunning fashion

Not long before the star-studded inaugural event at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts got under way, Mayor Sly James had this to say about the gleaming new facility: "This is …

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BILLY ELLIOT Holds Open Call for Ballet Girls Today by BroadwayWorld

On Saturday, September 17th Billy Elliot the Musical will hold its second annual open call for Ballet Girls at the Broadhurst Theatre 235 W 44th St. Sign up begins at 10am. Billy Elliot is o…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Living with a teen aging way too soon

In Kimberly Akimbo, which opened Thursday and is getting a good ride at Theatre Horizon in Norristown, playwright David Lindsay-Abaire calls for an actress in her 50s to play a 16-year-old.

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No "Liar": Nation's eyes are on Denver Center Theatre Company's bounty by John Moore Denver Post Theater Critic

As Denver Center Theatre Company artistic director Kent Thompson peruses his upcoming 2011-12 season, he sees at least four new plays that Denver audiences will see now — and New Yorke…

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Moore: Denver's Vintage Theatre must find a new home by John Moore

Denver loses another theater space when the Vintage Theatre is soon bounced from its home at 17th Avenue and Vine Street, ending a 28-year tradition of live theater in the neighborhood and s…

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Soka Performing Arts Center: You've got to hear this

The relatively modest $73-million facility is a fantastic new venue that offers terrific sound quality, a rarity in a multipurpose hall.The relatively modest $73-million facility is a fantas…

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Saturday, September 17, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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What’s Wrong with Angry?: Celebration Theatre, 9/9/11 by Sarah Taylor Ellis

What’s Wrong with Angry?: Review for Stage & Cinema

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Kristin Chenoweth Visits Google to Talk About "Some Lessons Learned" (Video) by Michael C. Gioia

Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth released her latest solo recording, "Some Lessons Learned," on the Sony Masterworks label Sept. 13. Here, the singer-actress visits the Google off…

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Theatre For Thought, September 17, 2011 by The Charlebois Post

THOSE SCHOOL DAYS, VOL 3More thoughts, comments and failed love affairs from my days in theatre school…By Joel FishbaneThere were about sixty students in my school and most of them were gi…

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Troy Deutsch and Samantha Soule Take a Dip in Dark Lake Water, Starting Sept. 17 in NYC by Kenneth Jones

A teen's suicide in a small town prompts the action of Troy Deutsch's play Lake Water, getting its world premiere Sept. 17 in an Off-Off-Broadway production at IRT Theatre in Greenwi…

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STAGE TO SCREENS: A 2011-12 TV Season Packed With Stage Stars by Christopher Wallenberg

Your favorite theatre stars — Laura Benanti, Patrick Wilson, Katie Finneran, Mandy Patinkin, Cherry Jones and more — will appear in TV shows this fall and winter. Here's a tu…

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Edward Gero and Patrick Andrews Paint Chicago Red Starting Sept. 17 by Kenneth Jones

The Goodman Theatre's Robert Falls-directed Chicago premiere of the Tony Award-winning play Red, about painter Mark Rothko, features Washington, DC, actor Edward Gero as the abstract exp…

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Christopher Plummer Is Part of New York Philharmonic's Henry V: A Shakespeare Scenario Sept. 17 by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Christopher Plummer joins the New York Philharmonic Sept. 17 at Avery Fisher Hall to narrate Henry V: A Shakespeare Scenario.

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Old Vic's Playboy of the Western World, Directed by John Crowley, Begins Previews Sept. 17 by Andrew Gans

J.M. Synge's The Playboy of the Western World begins previews at London's The Old Vic Sept. 17 with an official opening scheduled for Sept. 27.

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