Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, September 25, 2011 - Sunday, September 25, 2011.

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RHETORIC: Chamberlain at Gettysburg by CultureFuture

I'm a sucker for a pretty speech. And God damn if I didn't get sucked into this when I saw it in the "Related Videos" on YouTube:He's the reason I bought a hat like that when I was a kid.

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A Large Scale Foursquare by Art

Where I'm at! Our film plays at the Pawtucket Film Festival This Afternoon!, a photo by arthennessey on Flickr.Me at the Pawtucket Vistors Center for the screening of our film at the 12th A…

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Cosi fan tutte

Legit Reviews: Mozart's sublime music, James Conlon great conducting, and a solid ensemble of world-class singer-performers. What more can an operagoer want? Perhaps a fresh take on an old w…

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A Career in the Theatre: A Profile of Tom Dudzick by Rodney Sexton

Tom Dudzick may be the most successful playwright whose work you've never seen. His first play, Greetings, opened off-Broadway in 1994 during a blizzard. Even though Clive Barnes called the …

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Cattrall, Gross duel in Private Lives by J. Kelly Nestruck

Noel Coward’s comedy a royal rumble between its two Canadian stars

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Review: Benito Cereno by Chris Kompanek

This production of Robert Lowell's adaptation of Herman Melville's novella set on a ship full of African slaves suffers from an inconsistent tone.

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Review: The Bald Soprano by Chris Kompanek

The Pearl Theater Company presents a spot-on revival of Eugene Ionesco's absurdist masterpiece.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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18 Days ’til Godspell: Godspell at the Flea Market by Ken

I’ll never forget the first time I discovered the annual BC/EFA Broadway Flea Market back when I was a student at Tisch.  I had walked to Times Square to catch a matinee of Once on th…

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STAGE TUBE: Watch Parker, Stone & THE BOOK OF MORMON on 60 Minutes by BroadwayWorld TV

On the Sunday, September 25 season premiere, 60 Minutes profiled Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the four-time Emmy Award winning creators of South Park and the Tony Award-winning co-authors of …

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Writers’ Theatre keeps fire and ice of ‘The Real Thing’

HEDY WEISS: “The Real Thing,” Tom Stoppard’s fiendishly literate and impassioned 1982 play about love, sex, marriage, the crucial importance of language, and the too often squandered b…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Kabulitis (Polarity Ensemble & Rasaka Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

Keith Anwar based Kabulitis on experiences of his American mother and Afghani father, and their attempt to promote secularism and modern thinking in the Afghanistan. Though full of strong m…

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"Donna Orbits the Moon" - New Jersey Rep by Bob Rendell

Andrea Gallo is a talented, vivacious and charming actress. This certainly comes through as she employs her charms to try to bring life to the world premiere of Ian August's overly contrived…

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"Much Ado About Nothing" - Two River Theatre, NJ by Bob Rendell

Director Buntrock's view of the play has led him to tone down the level of exuberance and farcicality usually seen in productions of "Much Ado." The comedy is still amusing, but it never is …

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One of Those People by Nan Barnett by HowlRound

I have become one of those people. After years of telling people that I was the luckiest former actor I knew, that I loved going to work every day, that I was living my childhood dream, that…

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Faction of Fools’ ‘Mandrake’: More smart than funny by Nelson Pressley

Commedia dell’arte, the antique Italian street comedy theater style, lends itself to improvisation, and actor Matthew R. Wilson had to think on his feet a couple weeks ago as his Faction o…

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Councillor worried theatre ‘could become just one more condo development’ by Richard Ouzounian

Councillor Gary Crawford wants the city to take a closer looks at its theatre, before it allows them to be leased or sold.

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'The Lion King' Remains a Box Office Leader by Brooks Barnes

The animated film, re-released by Walt Disney Studios in 3-D, took in an estimated $22 million for a two-week total of $61.7 million at North American movie theaters.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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NY Review: 'The Bald Soprano' by Erik Haagensen

Even if the Pearl Theatre Company doesn't quite sound all the notes of Eugene Ionesco's "anti-play" that laments the limits of language, it's well worth your time and attention.

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TT: Just because

Slim Galliard and his trio sing "Dunkin' Bagel" in 1946:...

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TT: Almanac

"The majority of people perform well in a crisis and when the spotlight is on them; it's on the Sunday...

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TT: A study of reading habits

The Little Professor posted this meme, and I thought I'd play along: 1. Favorite childhood book?
 Charlotte's Web (and I...

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Photo Flash: SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Tour in Norfolk by BroadwayWorld

The Hit TV show 'So You Think You Can Dance' Tour 2011 performed at The Ted Constant Center on the Old Dominion University campus on September 23, 2011. BroadwayWorld brings you photo covera…

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Denver's Oriental Theater closed by partial ceiling collapse; no injuries by John Moore

Part of the historic Oriental Theater ceiling collapsed onto the 84-year-old stage late Friday night, just seconds after Doug Kershaw and his band cleared the playing area. Witnesses were ca…

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Benito Cereno by David Sheward

Inconsistent staging and uneven acting in this fumbling revival mar Robert Lowell's eloquent indictment of the tragic legacy of slavery.

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The Belle's Stratagem, Southwark Playhouse, London

As our national companies appear to have given up the ghost on lost treasures in the Restoration and Georgian theatre, you have to admire the spunk of director Jessica Swale in exhuming this…

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The hacking saga takes to the stage

It was only a matter of time – and pin numbers.

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Jewels, Royal Opera House, London

The Royal Ballet season opened with some serious dazzle.

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Offer: 2-4-1 Tickets to THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE at the Arts Theatre until 14 October

2for1 tickets valid for THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE at the Arts Theatre for all shows until 14 October. Must book by 5 October.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Zarkana by The Tyro Theatre Critic

I'm becoming something of a Cirque du Soleil junky. A regular dose still blowing my mind however formulaic their productions have become. "Zarkana" is very much par for the course …

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BRIDGING TV & THEATRE: Brooke Elliott & DROP DEAD DIVA by Pat Cerasaro

Tonights the night Just in time for the season finale of DROP DEAD DIVA on Lifetime at 9 PM, we have an exclusive, extensive conversation with the shows stupendous star, Brooke Elliott, in w…

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The Monday Q&A: Tim Rice gets violent by Dave McGinn

The musical lyricist on titles, longevity and how to deal with critics

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Real Thing (Writers’ Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

In Writers' Theatre's successful production of The Real Thing, Director Michael Halberstam’s perfectly modulated staging honors the complexities, contradictions, and consistency of Tom Sto…

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Photo Coverage: First Look at War Horse in Toronto by Kelly Cameron

On Monday morning Mirvish Productions held an exclusive sneak-peak event for local journalists and subscribers at the TIFF Bell Lightbox showcasing the star of the upcoming production of War…

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Ocean's Kingdom, Lincoln Center, New York

McCartney does catch the melancholy otherworldliness of an underwater domain that has appealed to choreographers and their composers almost since ballet's beginnings

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Psyché and Phèdre, Paris Opéra

Ratmansky constantly reasserts the grace, the dignities and the vivid possibilities of the classic vocabulary. And Aurélie Dupont as Psyché revels in these

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Children Will Listen by Francis

When I was still joylessly participating in the gruelling gay dating circuit (oh so many years ago during the Paleolithic age), one of the criteria in my mental checklist for moving beyond a…

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Fans Pack Annual Broadway Flea Market

Fans packed Manhattan's Theater District on Sunday to get their hands on a piece of the Great White Way, at the 25th annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Revisiting The Playboy Of The Western World Riots

"Ireland in 1907 saw itself as ready for self-rule and it expected its artists to promote the image of a steady, sober, self-reliant people. Instead, with The Playboy of the Western World,, …

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CHART TOPPERS: Most-Read Playbill.com Stories, Week of Sept. 11–17 by Michael C. Gioia

Here are the most-read Playbill.com stories for the week of Sept. 11–17, 2011, from information compiled by Playbill.com. Kristin Chenoweth Says She’s Broadway-Bound With On the Twen…

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Photo Flash: NOISES OFF Opens at La Mirada by BroadwayWorld

LA MIRADA THEATRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS amp MC COY RIGBY ENTERTAINMENT opened their 2011-2012 season with one of the funniest comedies of all time, NOISES OFF written by Michael Frayn and …

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Gags, gimmicks blur an otherwise pretty 'Snapshot'

At one of the key moments in "Snapshots" — the unusual new show at the Northlight Theatre celebrating and re-conceiving the remarkable music of Stephen Schwartz — we watch an old…

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‘Macbeth’ at Synetic Theater: Spooky, silent Shakespeare by Celia Wren

If there were a Williams-Sonoma for witches, the cauldron in Synetic Theater’s wordless “Macbeth” would be a bestseller. Consider: In an early moment of this darkly incantatory product…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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NEWSIES Opens at the Paper Mill Playhouse 9/25 by BroadwayWorld

Paper Mill Playhouse's production of a new Disney stage musical, Newsies, will officially open tonight. Revolutionary newsie Jack Kelly will be portrayed by Jeremy Jordan of Broadway's West …

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Jorge Caballero offers impressive Mussorgsky for Guitar Society

At its most basic level, a guitar is a set of six strings on a stick, played over an attached hollow wooden box. On Saturday night, in the opening concert of the St. Louis Classical Guitar S…

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Review: Broken Glass at Curtainup/London by Lizzie Loverdige

Not one of Arthur Miller’s best plays but there are still flashes of his great writing. The ending is sad but not predictable

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Review: In the Next Room….or the vibrator play (Victory Gardens) by Scotty Zacher

Sarah Ruhl’s "In the Next Room or the vibrator play" is as much about what goes on between the ears as it is about what goes on between the legs. Which is to say it is every bit as wickedl…

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Bill Maher on the couch by Brad Wheeler

The American satirist likens his visit to Canada to being at the psychiatrist

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A Widow Of No Importance

Legit Reviews: For the second time this year, East/West Players have programmed a broad, synthetic comedy about AARP amour.

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#NEWPLAY FESTIVAL: @NYMF runs September 26-October 16 by Arena Stage

NEW YORK MUSICAL THEATER FESTIVAL 9.26-10.16 NYMF announces 2011 full slate of musicals, readings, special events and partner events. NYMF Member Ticket Booking Begins August 1. The New York…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Mahira Kakkar, "Viola” in "Twelfth Night", blogs about her Playhouse experience – new posts every week! by Westport Country Playhouse

9/25/2011by Mahira KakkarI have been meaning to write since BEFORE the first day of rehearsal, but my sweetheart was in town and then I started rehearsal and so anyway...here I am.I want to …

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The Abominable Showman, September 25, 2011 by The Charlebois Post

The importance of being OscarWilde, Elvis, Thornton, Constance and MontrealBy Richard BurnettOscar Wilde once famously noted, “"The only duty we owe history is to rewrite it." But sur…

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Opera review: Iphigénie en Tauride at the COC by Arthur Kaptainis

Exiled from his hometown opera house for 20 years, Robert Carsen has made a serious comeback, directing Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice at the end of last season and opening the 2011-2012 COC ca…

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Flash Theatre L.A. launches on Tuesday by Pauline Adamek

no venue no schedule no charge   That’s the motto for Flash Theater L.A. – a new theatrical venture being produced by Playwrights’ Arena.   Flash Theater L.A. is a hybrid of …

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Jonathan Cecil by Michael Billington

Versatile actor and writer often called upon to play toffs and bumbling clericsThe actor Jonathan Cecil, who has died of pneumonia aged 72 after suffering from emphysema, spent much of his …

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Review: (Montreal) Anna sous les tropiques by The Charlebois Post

Tropical AnnaA play returns to Montreal - en françaisby Rachel ZuroffMontreal’s Le Rideau Vert is currently putting on the play Anna sous les tropiques.  Originally written in Englis…

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PASSING STRANGE • New Line Theatre by Andrea

New Line's season opener rocks.  Literally.  Never letting you forget you're watching a play, PASSING STRANGE challenges the preconceptions about what a musical is -- a musical for…

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The Baker's Wife – review by Lyn Gardner

Union, LondonIt's probably not just the English taste for a sliced white loaf over a fresh warm French baguette that accounts for the failure of Stephen Schwartz's West End musical 21 years …

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)
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The Tempest – review by Michael Billington

St Giles' Cripplegate, LondonI've no doubt that this Jericho House production acquired enormous political resonance when it toured recently to Jerusalem, Haifa and the West Bank. It is, afte…

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Musical Moment Interview Series: Artist Manager, Bruce Miller

Several readers have asked about artist MANAGERS…what they do, how they differ from an agent, why you need one, and how you get one. Manager extraordinaire, Bruce Miller, with an impre…

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Photo Flash: Celebrities at Milan Fashion Week by BroadwayWorld

Celebrities were out for Milan Fashion Week 2011 and BroadwayWorld brings you photo coverage from the event below.

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TheatreScene: September 19 - 25 in Pictures by JK

Here is the TheatreScene for September 19 - 25, 2011!BROADWAY BOX OFFICE (September 12 - 18): Top Gross: Wicked: $1.479MPhoto by Joan Marcus Top Attendance: The Book of Mormon…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Alexandrea Tocco by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Andre Softeland by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Kristen Michelle by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Erik Sisco by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - DeSean Stokes by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Jacqueline Nuzzo by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Liliane Klein by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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BWW TV NYMF Next Broadway Sensation 2011 - Dawn Cantwell by Nymf Next Broadway Sensation 2011

The singing competition returns for its sixth year and will take place at New World Stages 340 W. 50th Street on three subsequent Saturdays - September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st.…

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Off Broadway Theater Review: AFTER (Partial Comfort) by Thomas Antoinne

NO EXONERATION FOR AFTER For the past decade, Partial Comfort has gained a reputation as one of the leaders in NYC’s downtown theater scene as a producer of new American plays.  Instead o…

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Off Broadway Theater Review: ARIAS WITH A TWIST (Abrons Arts Center) by Sarah Taylor Ellis

THE ETERNALLY UNMISSABLE SHOW An alluring voice reverberates across the intimate, pitch black theater. This sultry sound is the product of a mysterious Z chromosome, the audience is informed…

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Off Broadway Theater Review: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN (New York Shakespeare Exchange) by Victoria Linchong

THE KING YOU LOVE TO HATE Critics have thrown stones at The Life and Death of King John for centuries, but New York Shakespeare Exchange delivers such a clear, astute, and enjoyable producti…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: POOR BEHAVIOR (Mark Taper Forum) by Harvey Perr

ON ONE’S VERY BEST POOR BEHAVIOR Ian is a monster. Oh, not your fire-eating dragon sort of monster. Quite possibly you’ve met this kind of monster yourself. He’s British; h…

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WALTER CRONKITE IS DEAD at the REP by Bill Eadie

Walter Cronkite was called “the voice of God,” and his newscasts helped the country celebrate good times and kept people together during bad times. A nation cried with him when …

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Regional Theater Review: GUYS AND DOLLS (Theatre at the Center in Munster, Indiana) by Molly Woulfe

GREAT DAME Were the masterpiece from the golden age of Broadway Guys and Dolls an actual guy or doll, he or she could score Social Security next year; but make no mistake, this 1950 hoofer i…

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Regional Theater Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (South Coast Rep in Orange County) by Kat Michels

NOT YOUR MOTHER’S DARCY AND ELIZABETH South Coast Repertory’s Pride and Prejudice, written for the stage by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan from Jane Austen’s masterpiece, brings out…

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O.C.'s Segerstrom Center for the Arts turns 25 by Mike Boehm

Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It didn't always define the performing arts as broadly as it does today.

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Segerstrom Center for the Arts: memories, milestones at 25

The former Orange County Performing Arts Center, a cradle of culture since 1986, has a past filled with such names as Renée Fleming, Mikhail Baryshnikov and, yes, Johnny Cash — for st…

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Lyric’s ‘Turandot’ looked to modern China for designs needed to tell an ancient story

You’re mounting an enormous production about China back in the misty distance of “legendary times,” so the logical source of costumes would be … China?

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Sheri Sanders: Rock The Audition by Adaumbelle

Sheri Sanders is an actress, a singer, a teacher, and most of all a pioneer whose confidence with in herself skyrocketed her to success! She discusses her book and master class "Rock The Aud…

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The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to Traces Off-Broadway. by Ken Davenport

This week on The Sunday Giveaway, we're giving away tickets to Traces, the Off-Broadway show that is what you'd get if Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group had a baby . . . but Cirque was als…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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PLUG: James Monaco by CultureFuture

It turns out, that if you missed There They Were, you have another chance -- the solo performance show Going Stag on October 3rd at the Connelly Theater!

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The New Colony’s funny, if unfocused, ‘Frat’ returns in commercial remount by Bob Bullen

The cast of New Colony’s “Frat,” from the 2009 production. Photo by Anne Petersen. I was in a fraternity in college. Ok, so it was a music fraternity. Still, there were rit…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Fuse Theater Review: An Unimpressive “Next Fall” by Arts Fuse Editor

"Next Fall" is so anxious not to polarize or offend that it ends up as little more than well-meaning. Something serious seems to be happening on stage, but for all intents and purposes the c…

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Review: Lake Water

Lake Water is a portrait of adolescent turmoil in all its frank cruelty. In a small town in rural Minnesota, high school seniors James and Iris meet on a small dock along a lake they've visi…

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Feature: Harry Connick Jr. Tells His Tale by Ann Lieber

The acclaimed star discusses his new film, Dolphin Tale, his multifaceted career, and his return to Broadway this season.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Let’s Hear it For the Girl: Footloose Veteran Stacy Francis Performs on "X Factor" (Video) by Michael C. Gioia

Stacy Francis, who was seen on Broadway as Rusty in the 1998 production of Footloose, tried her luck out in Los Angeles, auditioning for Simon Cowell and the panel of judges on the Fox reali…

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BC/EFA Annual Flea Market is Today! BWW to Stream Auction Live! by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's brightest stars, more than 60 theatre-themed tables and exciting, on-the-spot flash auction experiences will help Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS and tens of thousands of theatre…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - September 25, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 25 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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THE BOOK OF MORMON'S Trey Parker & Matt Stone to Be Featured on 60 MINUTES Premiere, 9/25 by Bww News Desk

On the Sunday, September 25 season premiere, 60 Minutes profiles Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the four-time Emmy Award winning creators of South Park and the Tony Award-winning co-authors of …

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Kathryn Erbe, Orfeh, et al. Set for 'Get Your Licks on Route 66' Pet Adoption Drive, 9/25 by BroadwayWorld

North Shore Animal League America will have three Mobile Rescue and Adoption Units filled with more than one hundred precious dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens looking for permanent and lovin…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Benito Cereno by Robert Lowell, based on Herman Melville’s novella, directed by Woodie King Jr., Horizon Theatre Rep at the Flea Theatre by Yvonne Korshak

... don't miss this play ... Benita Cereno is electric -- a powerful, hard hitting play, historically and philosophically resonant. Set around 1800, and based on an actual incident, modified…

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For the Love of the Game by Sam Hurwitt

THEATER REVIEW: BERKELEY Show #80: Of Dice and Men, Impact Theatre, September 2. Half-drow assassin Nigel Blackthorn and Petula the Space Pirate walk into La Val’s tavern, still much wear…

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Arias with a Twist: Abrons Arts Center, 9/16/11 by Sarah Taylor Ellis

Arias with a Twist: Review for Stage & Cinema

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Ding, Dong: Hartt Men at the Door for "Book of Mormon"

Kevin Duda, Douglas Lyons Take Missionary Positions in Hit Broadway Musical   Follow CT Lifestyle & Entertainment News On The Courant's Features Buzz Facebook PageTwo Hartt School gr…

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"Traces:" Cirque du So Cool

Hip Off-Broadway Touring Show at Belding Theater Personalizes the Performers   Follow CT Lifestyle & Entertainment News On The Courant's Features Buzz Facebook PageIn "Traces," there…

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Critique of the Week – Runner Up

A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE Kat Michels – Stage and Cinema IDENTITY CRISIS In a Mumbai flat, Deepa Kirpalani (Lina Patel), who lost her husband two years earlier, lives under the strict H…

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Critique of the Week

TO CARRY THE CHILD Jamie Di-Rosario Connor – Daily Trojan When a play has been in rehearsals for a substantial amount of time, audiences expect the biggest problems on opening night to…

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VIDEO: Jed Lind crafts a totem to car culture by Murray Whyte

The 1979 Honda Civic, in its modest way, helped revolutionize a car industry drunk on oil. Jed Lind honours its impact with an exploration of its overlooked, elegant form

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Critique of the Week – Runner Runner Up

A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE Suzy Yaako – Socal Housed in a renovated church, the audience congregated in the lovely starry-lit garden of the East West Players theater, awaiting the 46th A…

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"Putnam County": A case for keeping it small by John Moore

There is often a presumption that larger theaters means larger budgets, larger production values and, therefore, larger audience satisfaction. But "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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‘Theater and the Importance of Being Local’ on Oregon ArtsWatch by Tim

From an article by Trisha Mead: Recently, Carey Perloff, the artistic director for the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, posting on her Huffington Post blog, posited a new pote…

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Where is Zac242? The Answer Lies Within by Darreyl102

Where is Zac242? The Answer Lies Within For those of you who are wondering where Zac is- He is Here!!: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheZac242 From: darreyl102 Views: 210 2 ratings Time:…

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Sunday, September 25, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Ehnes Thrills Pavilion as HSO Closes Summer Season by David Dow Bentley III

In the hour before the Houston Symphony Orchestra began its recent final concert of the summer season at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Ira J. Black, member of the Performing Arts facu…

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THE BOOK SHELF: Peter Neufeld's "For the Good of the Show," John Fricke's "Judy," Plus Good People and 13 by Steven Suskin

Paging through "For the Good of the Show," a memoir by general manager Peter Neufeld; "Judy: A Legendary Film Career" a coffee table book; and the scripts for Good People…

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Sarah Rafferty Is Embattled Teacher in How the World Began, Dawning at South Coast Rep by Kenneth Jones

The debate of evolution vs. creation roils anew in Catherine Trieschmann's How the World Began, the story of the clash between an evolutionist teacher and a creationist student, getting …

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The Book of Mormon's Trey Parker and Matt Stone Featured on "60 Minutes" Sept. 25 by Adam Hetrick

The Sept. 25 season premiere of "60 Minutes" rings the doorbell of Tony and Emmy Award-winning Book of Mormon and "South Park" authors Trey Parker and Matt Stone for a sp…

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Newsies, Featuring Jeremy Jordan, John Dossett and More, Opens at Paper Mill Sept. 25 by Andrew Gans

Tony nominee Jeff Calhoun, who will be represented on Broadway later this season with Bonnie & Clyde, directs the Paper Mill Playhouse's production of the new Disney stage musical Ne…

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Pasadena Playhouse's South Street, a New Philly-Flavored Musical, Opens Sept. 25 by Kenneth Jones

South Street, a musical comedy about a Philadelphia nightspot that is facing transition, opens Sept. 25 in its world premiere at Pasadena Playhouse.

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Off-Broadway's Perfect Crime Hits 10,000th Performance Sept. 25 by Adam Hetrick

Perfect Crime, Warren Manzi’s long-running thriller that opened in 1987, celebrates its 10,000th performance Off-Broadway Sept. 25.

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Broadway Flea Market, a Starry Street Fair for a Good Cause, Presented Sept. 25 by Andrew Gans

The 25th Annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction, the annual benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, will attract theatre lovers Sept. 25 from 10 AM-7 PM. The event, which is …

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The Bald Soprano Officially Opens at the Pearl Sept. 25 by Adam Hetrick

Bradford Cover, Rachel Botchan, Jolly Abraham and Brad Heberlee play with linguistic déjà vu in the Pearl Theatre Company production of Eugène Ionesco's absurdist ma…

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Review: (Quebec City) La nuit des rois by The Charlebois Post

Réjean Vallée, Jean-Jacqui Boutet, Denis Lamontagne and Kevin McCoy(Photo: Vincent Champoux)Reflections...Another (very different) production of Twelfth Night in Canadaby Isabelle-Ann Char…

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The Thread, September 25, 2011 by The Charlebois Post

The ThreadEverything opened this week and as much as it is nice for the theatre community to sing-We-Are-The-World-hold-hands-and-sway, the fact is that people have limited amounts of money …

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