Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 11/5/2011's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 1152011.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Crumble by The Tyro Theatre Critic

"Crumble", written by Mark O'Neill, is site-specific theatre at its most intimate: 15 odd people greeted on arrival at 95 Wall Street (the location changes) by a gregarious Northern English …

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You don’t know Jackman by Reed Tucker

Would you slug a Mormon? Hugh Jackman would, and the Aussie star is coming out swinging this week in an anticipated one-man show that looks to displace “The Book of Mormon” as the hottes…

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Women in war

Frank Theatre overlays the Iraq war with a classical Greek story and issues specific to female combat soldiers.

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Finding his voice by The Boston Globe

Finding his voice (Boston Globe) Family and friends believed 15-year-old Jimmy Nguyen was mute. Now, he sings and dances and hope to be a performer. Video by Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff, produ…

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Review: A Hard Wall at High Speed by Dan Bacalzo

Ashlin Halfnight's thoughtful and stirring new play centers on a man who makes a fatal mistake with far-reaching consequences.

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Review: Two-Man Kidnapping Rule by Andy Buck

Joseph Gallo's new play about a man trying to win back his ex-girlfriend lacks both sufficient comedy and sufficient suspense.

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Review: Dreamless Land by Sandy MacDonald

Julia Jarcho's artily fractured play makes it hard for audiences to connect the narrative dots.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Arts | New Jersey: Edison and Tesla Spat in ‘The Dangers of Electric Lighting’ — Review by Michael Sommers

Ben Clawson’s “The Dangers of Electric Lighting” details the marketing battle between Thomas Edison and his former employee Nikola Tesla.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Doris Duke Foundation awards Denver Center's new alternative lab series $127,150 by John Moore Denver Post Theatrer Critic

There are grants, and there are six-figure grants for a program that's only a month old. The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation believes enough in the Denver Center Theatre Company's new alter…

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Let’s Talk About Race by Sam Hurwitt

THEATER REVIEW: SAN FRANCISCO Show #105: Race, American Conservatory Theater, October 27. David Mamet’s play Race is a fine example of truth in advertising.  It’s a play about race, and…

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FREEZE FRAME: HOW TO SUCCEED Celebrates 250th Performance by Walter McBride

Daniel Radcliffe, John Larroquette and the rest of the cast and crew of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING celebrated their 250th performance on Broadway at the Hirschfeld Thea…

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Manon – review by Luke Jennings

Royal Opera House, LondonKenneth MacMillan's Manon, which had its premiere in 1974, is set in one of the most decadent periods in French history: the regency of Philippe d'Orléans, which fo…

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Collaborators; Three Days in May; His Teeth – review by Susannah Clapp

Cottesloe; Trafalgar Studios; Only Connect, LondonThe stage is buckled. Rimmed with scarlet, it dips like a fairground ride. Cabaret, dance music and stark sequences of strings fill the air;…

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Tim Minchin: Mocking God in the heart of Texas by Tim Minchin

When Tim Minchin actor, comedian, confirmed atheist decided to take his comedy to America's Bible belt, we were concerned he might be burnt at the stake. Here, he describes what happened n…

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Tim Minchin: Mocking God in the heart of Texas

When Tim Minchin – actor, comedian, confirmed atheist – decided to take his comedy to America's Bible belt, we were concerned he might be burnt at the stake. Here, he describes what happ…

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Separated by 1,000 miles: the young ballet star and her father

What is it like to see your 16-year-old daughter move to Russia, to join one of the world's toughest and most prestigious ballet schools? And what is it like to be the far-flung daughter?IAN…

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Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, 1719-1732 by Rowan Moore

As part of our series exploring Britain's architectural wonders, the Observer's architecture critic Rowan Moore introduces a spectacular interactive 360-degree panoramic photograph of the la…

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Joanna Lumley opens up by Carole Cadwalladr

Joanna Lumley has gone from top model in the 60s to TV stardom across four decades. Her regal charm has her cast now as a real queen. But beneath her poised surface there's a fierce personal…

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The Sleeping Beauty, Royal Opera House, London Manon, Royal Opera House, London

The best old ballets are like Dickens and Shakespeare: not only do they bear revisiting an indefinite number of times, but they have the capacity to yield more in steady increments.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Cloud 9 (Gift Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

This competent and well-paced Cloud 9 is ambiguous where it should be, never reaching beyond the grasp of what can be said about relationships, and emphatic where it counts. Highly Recommend…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Storming the walls of academia

The University of Minnesota seeks to energize its theater and dance programs by engaging with "outside" artistic professionals.

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Dance spotlight: Royal Winnipeg Ballet's 'Wonderland'

Dance spotlight for Nov. 6, 2011: Royal Winnipeg Ballet in "Wonderland."

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Monkees Musical to Premiere at Manchester Opera House by BroadwayWorld

A stage musical based on the music of the 1960s pop group The Monkees will premiere at the Manchester Opera House in March according to BBC. MONKEE BUSINESS will then move to other UK cities.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Off Broadway Theater Reviews: THE LYONS, DREAMS OF FLYING DREAMS OF FALLING, and WE LIVE HERE (Vineyard Theatre, Atlantic Theater Company, and Manhatt by Harvey Perr

AUTUMN THEATER IN NEW YORK:  OFF BROADWAY, THE ACTING’S THE THING Acting is the main artery through which most of New York Theater travels. When a new season is announced, one looks f…

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Tony Award Winner Leonard Stone Dies at 87 by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winner Leonard Stone passed away yesterday at his home in San Diego, surrounded by his daughters and grandchildren. He was 87.

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Los Angeles Theater Review: DOLLY WEST’S KITCHEN (Theatre Banshee in Burbank) by Frank Arthur

THE ACTING IS DELICIOUS, THE SCRIPT IS HALF BAKED October has seen a great run for mothers on the Los Angeles stage: Lily Knight in Peace In Our Time at Anteaus, Denise Crosby in House of Go…

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THEATER: Two-Man Kidnapping Rule by Aaron Riccio

Photo/Ryan WijayaratneAre you still reeling from your last relationship? Unable to find work? Stuck wearing a ridiculous reindeer sweater for the Christmas holidays? It sounds as if you need…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: HAIRSPRAY (Musical Theatre West at Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach) by Tony Frankel

MANAGEABLE HAIR Say what you will about Musical Theatre West’s fluffy season selections, including Winter Wonderettes, Forbidden Broadway and Spamalot, this company continues to collect an…

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"The Whipping Man" and "The Mystery of Irma Vep" in Philadelphia by Tim Dunleavy

"The Whipping Man" tells the story of the Civil War's aftermath from an uncommon point of view. Matthew Lopez's play has some faults, but at its best it's lyrical and transfixing ... The moo…

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No Child... Trailer by Two River Theater

No Child... Trailer Trailer by Erik Pearson No Child... November 1 - November 20, 2011 Written and performed by Nilaja Sun Directed by Hal Brooks Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ Nilaja…

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A recent episode of THE PRICE IS RIGHT had a special Showcase featuring a performance by Daniel Russell and Griffin Birney from the cast of BILLY ELLIOT. Everyone in our studio audience went…

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Andy’s Week In Review(s) by Andy Horwitz

After a much-needed vacation Andy's back in action - this week (so far) we saw D.J. Mendel's "Dick Done Broke" at Bushwick Starr, Phantom Limb's "69 Degrees South" at BAM, Maria Hassabi's "S…

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Zoetic Stage’s Captiva is Incisive Look Inside the American Family by Bill Hirschman

Captiva is a brilliantly observed, finely etched portrait of the familial ties that bind in every sense of the word. It’s also one of the finest works of theater we’ve seen in the strong…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Photos from Zoetic Stage’s Captiva by Bill Hirschman

All photos courtesy of the Adrienne Arsht Center/Photos by Justin Namon for  

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Review: The Possibilities by Elinor Walpole

Red Line Productions’ “exhilarating new interpretation” of Howard Barker’s series of short plays, The Possibilities, was, in fact, exhausting. The opening playlet was Th…

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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 theatre, look no further here are some of the best articles the week had to offer

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: (Toronto) The Sankofa Trilogy by The Charlebois Post

Thank you...The show is dub poetry, song, story, movement, history, and Beat RiceOver the past few years I have seen the development of d’bi young’s work at readings, and now in 2…

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Review: (Toronto) The Test by The Charlebois Post

A Test of the SpectatorMixed feelings about Company Theatre's offeringby Beat RiceThe English translation of Lukas Barfuss’ play The Test, premiered this week at the Berkeley Theatre. Pres…

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"Daddy Long Legs" - Cleveland Play House by David Ritchey

Unfortunately, the 1912 novel doesn't leap forward and seem appropriate 100 years later. The script is thin and transparent by today's standards, without the surprises and unexpected twists …

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Review: My Big Gay Italian Wedding by Peter Holland

From the moment you enter the theatre you realise that this isn’t necessarily going to be a normal visit. A man with a curious Something about Mary hairstyle greets you, dancing wildly in…

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Review | Coterie's 'Seussical' charming as ever

It's possible to get tired of some shows after only one viewing. But then there are others that never get old.

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Review: White Christmas (Marriott Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

No question, this holiday chestnut is unashamedly old-fashioned, aggressively nostalgic, and filled with postwar optimism. How can it not be when it's filled with Berlin's intoxicating music…

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Review: Fanta Orange by Saara El-Arifi

Inspired by an Amnesty International report, Fanta Orange gives a selective insight into modern Africa. Raised in Kenya, Sally Woodcock’s new play at Finborough Theatre gives voice to …

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"You're Still Goin' Strong"...: Jerry Herman Tributes in NYC by Rob Lester

It's not that "far from the first of the year," so before composer-lyricist Jerry Herman's 80th birthday year ends (he turned 80 over the summer), the tributes are still coming, with autumn …

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Page Eight: Film Review by David Rooney

Airing Sunday on PBS, David Hare’s first film as writer-director in more than 20 years is a muted affair.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Investors Pull Out of “Funny Girl” Revival—Show Scrapped by Passportmagazine

The revival of the hit Broadway show “Funny Girl” looked a lot more like funny business this week as last-minute investor pullouts forced producer Bob Boyett to scrap the revival all tog…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Will 'Bring It On: The Musical' be something to cheer about? by Kelly Scott

The Tony-winning talent behind "In the Heights," "Next to Normal" and "Avenue Q," among other recent musical hits, is converging at the Ahmanson Theatre, where "Bring It On: The Musical" beg…

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Sheldon Epps puts his director's hat back on in Pasadena by Mike Boehm

Sheldon Epps is back directing plays at Pasadena Playhouse. Now in his 15th year as artistic director, his attention had been diverted from the boards to bankruptcy proceedings as the theate…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)

"Vanities" - Adobe Theater by Rob Spiegel

The Adobe Theater production directed by Robin Lane returns to the original, stripped-bare non-musical presentation, and it's a treat.

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Brave New Workshop's holiday show has all the joy of getting a necktie for Christmas

The Brave New Workshop's holiday show has all the joy of getting a necktie for Christmas.

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John Schneider to Guest Star on FOX's Glee by Brian Scott Lipton

Stage and screen star John Schneider will appear on the eighth episode of FOX's Glee, according to He will play the father of Sam (played by returning cast member Chord Ove…

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St. Louis experts don't consider William Shakespeare anonymous

Here's one of the strangest things about "Anonymous," the new movie that argues that Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays and poems of William Shakespeare:

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Fuse Visual Arts Review: Flowers as the Work Table for the Imagination by Arts Fuse Editor

Inescapably erotic, flowers are all about desire. What are they but a glorious exhibition and frame of their own genitals?

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Broadway's 'Godspell' is heaven-sent for its cast by Mark Kennedy

One was waiting tables at a Times Square seafood restaurant. Another was in Disney films and on tour with the Jonas Brothers. A third had performed at Carnegie Hall, but wondered when she'd …

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Broadway's 'Godspell' is heaven-sent for its cast by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- One was waiting tables at a Times Square seafood restaurant. Another was in Disney films and on tour with the Jonas Brothers. A third had performed at Carnegie Hall, but…

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Wings, shopping — and spectacular food by Richard Ouzounian

Buffalo offers up a wide array of tasty treats at affordable prices.

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Photo Coverage: Aaron Carter in Rehearsal for THE FANTASTICKS! by Walter McBride

Triple-Platinum Recording Artist Aaron Carter, who burst onto the pop music scene in the late nineties, will join the cast of The Fantasticks, the world's longest-running musical, on Monday,…

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Someone Call The Wahmbulance. by Isaac Butler

I have a feeling this week is going to see me defending Arena Stage quite a bit. Peter Marks pens a piece alledging some kind of shadowy wrongdoing on Arena Stage's part for closing their la…

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Kevin Kline, Patti LuPone, Estelle Parsons, et al. to Pay Tribute to Gerald Freedman at Joe's Pub by Dan Bacalzo

Some of Broadway's greatest talents will pay tribute to award-winning director and teacher, Gerald Freedman at Sonnet Repertory Theatre's 10th annual benefit & cabaret at Joe&a…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)

STAGE TUBE: Idina Menzel Set for Toronto Concerts Nov. 17 & 18 by BroadwayWorld TV

Idina Menzel will be making her symphonic debut in Canada on November 17 and 18 to film a PBS concert special. The director has rearranged the camera placements, freeing up new seats for bot…

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Firsts by Kristen Palmer

I'm also posting at the Coyote Commission Blog.Writing about starting here:'s a music & reading experience combined.

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BWW TV: Hot! Hot! Hot! Sneak Peak at Nina Arianda & Hugh Dancy Heating Up the Stage in VENUS IN FUR by BroadwayWorld TV

Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of VENUS IN FUR is an acclaimed new play by David Ives, directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie and starring Tony nominee Nina Arianda reprisin…

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THE MOUNTAINTOP Considering Recasting, Filming & More... by BroadwayWorld

With Samuel L. Jackson leaving to shoot a film, producers of THEMOUNTAINTOP Jean Doumanian and Sonia Friedman are considering recasting the show, which also stars Angela Bassett, according t…

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SOUND OFF Special Interview: Michael Patrick Walker by Pat Cerasaro

Today we are talking to the songwriter responsible for the new collection of songs culled from his many musical theatre ventures, both new and old - oh-so-appropriately titled OUT OF CONTEXT…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Playwright pals tea it up by Mark Shannahan

Playwrights - and good pals - Matthew Lombardo (left) and Charles Busch got together for a spot of tea at the Taj while in Boston to promote their respective shows.

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Fuse Movie Review: Boston Jewish Film Festival — Neighbors Near and Far by Joann Green Breuer

Congratulations to the Boston Jewish Film Festival are certainly due to its longevity and general quality.

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2011 - 2012: The Year of Andrew, George and Ira...and More Steve, Too. by JK

DON'T FORGET TO ENTER TO WIN TICKETS TO LYSISTRATA JONES!  CLICK ON THE LOGO TO THE RIGHT FOR FULL DETAILS!It seems that for well over a year, we've been celebrating Stephen Sondheim's …

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)

"Asuncion" Offers Too Many Glib Assumptions by Jan Simpson

Maybe I’m the wrong demographic for Asuncion, the new play by Jesse Eisenberg that just opened in a Rattlestick Playwrights Theater production at the venerable Cherry Lane Theatre.  O…

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So I’m at this meeting and, you’ll never believe it, there are NO press. by Diane Ragsdale

So, I’m attending a meeting at Arena Stage in Washington DC today. The attendees are staff members at Arena Stage, about 18 nonprofit and commercial theater producers, and a handful of art…

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Opportunity: You Me Bum Bum Train Seeks Volunteers by A Younger Theatre

Last year You Me Bum Bum Train shook the theatre world by an immersive experience for one audience member at a time. Propelled through a continuous scenario based experience where each audie…

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Anne and Emmett by Debbie Jackson

The world premiere of Anne & Emmett has a remarkable lightness about it, which is striking considering the horrendous material covered and the brutality inflicted on two young innocents.…

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BWW's On This Day - November 5, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 5 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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'Mountaintop' mulls options

Legit News: Recasting play is one possibility of many -- To recast or not to recast?

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Four boost road grosses

Legit News: Road grosses -- Four of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 22 (Oct. 24-30) as the snowstorm on the East Coast affected grosses.

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Gil Cates: An appreciation

Legit News: Man of the theater -- and Oscars -- took on the tough jobs -- Gil Cates was a gregarious man of great patience and generous instincts who always seemed to be testing himself.

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Jackman boosts Broadway

Legit News: Concert show breaks Broadhurst record -- Hugh Jackman was one of the lone bright spots at the Broadway box office in Week 22 (Oct. 24-30), helping to counter a slowdown at nearly…

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A Hard Wall at High Speed by Mitch Montgomery

This is a masterfully executed production of Ashlin Halfnight's illuminating new play, which chronicles a Florida family's bizarre upheaval while reframing a well-known national tragedy wi…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Little Rascals by Trav S. D.

Today and tomorrow (and apparently every weekend) the brand new Canal Park Playhouse (508 Canal Street) will be screening Little Rascals shorts at 4pm. Today the three pictures are: Waldo…

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Collaborators by John Morrison

A vintage Underwood typewriter with Cyrillic keyboard weighs as much as a crate of vodka and makes a lethal weapon if one can raise it to shoulder height. We had one in the Reuters office in…

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Gotham Burlesque Tonight by Trav S. D.

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7 Billion Books; 7 Billion Covers by Don Hall

Seven Billion People.Seven. Billion.Holy Shit, right?As I sit here in the heart of one of the biggest cities in the world and contemplate the very idea of that number of human beings - of al…

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Asian Voices: Shiv Grewal talks about A British Subject by TheatreVOICE

Asian Voices: Suman Bhuchar talks to actor Shiv Grewal, appearing in A British Subject, currently running at the Arts Theatre, London. The play, written by Nicola McAuliffe, based on researc…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Lisa Lewis by Adaumbelle

Lisa Lewis is a rising playwright, essayist, and storyteller who's already had her essays, profiles and book reviews published in The New York Times, ELLE Magazine, Kirkus Reviews, New York …

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Dreamless Land by Jason Fitzgerald

Julia Jarcho's new play suffers under her affectless directing style, but a first-rate ensemble brings life to the otherwise chilly proceedings, resulting in an unfulfilling but still occ…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Coolest thing on ‘cable’ by Leigh Witchel

Never work with children, animals -- or sculpture. They’ll all steal the show. Case in point? “Connected,” by the Australian contemporary troupe Chunky Move. (None of the dancers is c…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)

U.K.'s National Will Welcome Return of Antony Sher and New Production of She Stoops to Conquer by Mark Shenton

The U.K.'s National Theatre will present the previously announced premieres of Nicholas Wright's play Travelling Light, which marks the return of Antony Sher to the South Bank theatr…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 2am (Broadway Time)

At the Shore and in the city, two takes on a play

In an unusual turn, the rights to a hot play - Red, which won the best-play Tony on Broadway two years ago - were granted to not one, but two professional theater companies in the wider Phil…

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Big Apple Circus

The circus, now in its 34th season, recently opened a new show titled “Dream Big” at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Theatre For Thought, November 5, 2011 by The Charlebois Post

THE FUTURE OF ARTS FUNDING IS HERE1812 overtures from the Consjoel fishbaneFollowing last summer’s squabble over SummerWorks, Heritage Canada and the play Homegrown, which may or may not h…

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Nanjing Requiem by Ha Jin by Nancy Wigston

Ha Jin tells of the rape of Nanjing through the eyes of foreigners and locals, alike, and it is as terrifying as it is uplifting

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Craig Oliver: Beware the (old) dog by Greg Quill

“All bureau chiefs are players, whether they admit it or not. They play golf with the people they’re covering, go fishing with them, get drawn into conversations that give too much away…

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Small print by Deirdre Baker

stories for kids and teens

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THE WEEK AHEAD, Nov. 5-11: Opening Night Comes for Venus, Lear, Godspell and Blue Flower by Blake Ross's weekly planner reminds you that Sutton steps aside for Stephanie, Kim Cattrall stars in the sexually charged comedy of Coward, Nina Arianda and Hugh Dancy get kinky and Wa…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Asuncion's Jesse Eisenberg Visits "The Late Show With David Letterman" (Video) by Michael Gioia

Jesse Eisenberg, who received an Oscar nomination for portraying Mark Zuckerberg in the 2010 film "The Social Network," recently visited "The Late Show With David Letterman&qu…

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Broadway Rocks Anaheim, With Shirley Jones, David Burnham, Ace Young and Lea Thompson, Held Nov. 5 by Adam Hetrick

Academy Award winner Shirley Jones, David Burnham, Ace Young and Lea Thompson lend their voices to Broadway Rocks Anaheim Nov. 5 at the Heritage Forum.

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Kerry Butler and Jarrod Spector Perform at Landmark Gala Nov. 5 by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award nominee Kerry Butler and Jarrod Spector perform in the Landmark on Main Street's Spotlight Gala, Nov. 5 in Port Washington, NY.

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Donna Bullock Stars in Nothing is Forever Concert, With Score by Morton Gould and Carolyn Leigh, Nov. 5 by Michael Gioia

UnsungMusicalsCo. Inc. presents its first annual benefit concert, Nothing is Forever, a world-premiere new musical, Nov. 5 at Symphony Space’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia.

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Arts Effect's facebook me, Revealing the Secret Lives of Teens Online, Begins Nov. 5 at DR2 Theatre by Michael Gioia

The Arts Effect All-Girl Theatre Company presents facebook me, a coming-of-age tale in the iGeneration, beginning Nov. 5 at the DR2 Theatre. The show is populated by teens.

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Jenn Gambatese, Todd Alan Johnson, Aaron Ramey Open an Iron Curtain Off-Broadway, Beginning Nov. 5 by Andrew Gans

Prospect Theater Company, by special arrangement with Fireboat Productions, presents a limited Off-Broadway run of Iron Curtain, winner of the Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Produc…

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nytheatre festivals in review

United Solo Roundup #5: How to be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less and In a Relationship reviewed by Ivanna Cullinan

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Theatre Company Profile: Axis Company by Martin Denton

Axis Company occupies the building at 1 Sheridan Square that once housed the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, and while their aesthetic is markedly different from Charles Ludlam’s, their ded…

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