Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Shakespeare in the theater of operations by Joseph P. Kahn

Tyrus Lemerande, a US Navy Reserves officer serving in Afghanistan, has been entertaining troops with one-man performances of Shakespeare.

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Sunday, November 27, 2011 - Sunday, November 27, 2011.

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“Spider Man” Producers Slime Taymor; Where is Bono? by Roger Friedman

So “Spider Man: Turn off the Dark” is a year old, technically. It began previews a year ago yesterday. In Monday’s New York Times (and online Sunday night), producer Michae…

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Gaëtane Verna new head of Power Plant

The country’s top contemporary gallery gets new director from Quebec.

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas

A program of classic yuletide anthems written by Jewish composers covers the many melodies and moods of the season.

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This ‘Horse’ really bucks by Frank Scheck

In case you didn’t know it yet, drugs are bad. That’s the not-very-revelatory message of Dael Orlandersmith’s “Horsedreams,” her “Reefer Madness”- style drama about the evils o…

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The season’s ‘Cracker’-jack alternatives by Leigh Witchel

There are plenty of Nuts to crack this holiday season, from traditional to trendy. Here are a few of the most promising. * AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE: Alexei Ratmansky’s version, which premi…

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Nut’s as sweet as ever by Leigh Witchel

It’s hard to imagine a holiday season without Nuts — “The Nutcracker,” that is. New York City Ballet’s version, now almost 58 years old, has all the toppings — a growing Christma…

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Feature: TheaterMania Guide to Holiday Gifts by Dan Bacalzo

Merchandise from The Book of Mormon, Mary Poppins, Memphis, War Horse and more are perfect for the theater lover in your life.

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Still the Tap Dance Kid by Lizzy Goodman

Dulé Hill, back on Broadway.

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Private Lives.

Private Lives”Directed by Richard EyreMusic Box Theatre239 West 45th StreetOpened Nov. 17, 2011Tuesday at 7pm, Wednesday thru Friday at 8pm, Saturday and Wednesday matinees at 2pm, Sunday …

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I'm loving the reviews by Kyle

of Theresa Rebeck's new play, Seminar, which seem to be fawning and condescending at the same time. How the show pulls that off is beyond me, although with that cast I'd happily find out. …

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

People You Should Know . . . Erin Mallon by Zack

Erin Mallon is anactor/writer living in NYC.  Shehas originated roles with Ensemble Studio Theatre's Youngblood Company, TheDrilling Company, Les Freres Corbusier, Mabou Mines, Vital Th…

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‘Nutcracker’ delights with nods to past, future by Jeffrey Gantz

This season’s ‘‘Nutcracker’’ by the Boston Ballet is the last for the current sets and costumes, so if you’ve developed a fondness for them, don’t w…

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Molly Pope by Adaumbelle

Molly Pope is a rising actress, concert artist and comedienne who's new show "Introducing Molly Pope" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC on Dec. 2 & 4 at 9:30pm. Here she discusses her sh…

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‘The Christmas Schooner’ gets a bigger venue and an expert refit

MARY HOULIHAN: New director energizes the musical, a Chicago holiday favorite

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

BroadwayGirlNYC: Thank YOU by BroadwayGirlNYC

Happy Thanksgiving I've loved spending this year with you, and it seemed only fitting to share some specific thanks, along with the stories that inspire them. I'm so thrilled to be heading…

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'Bring It On: The Musical's' pumped-up kicks

Performers balance song and dance with flying spins and other jaw-dropping feats in this new show at the Ahmanson. After all, it is about competitive cheerleading.At the pre-show warm-up for…

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The Ballad of John (Pizzarelli) and Jessica (Molaskey) by Joe Nocera

For the last five years, the Cafe Carlyle, perhaps the premier cabaret venue in New York City, has devoted the month of November to an act featuring John Pizzarelli, a jazz guitarist and voc…

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Wild Animals You Should Know by Adaumbelle

Review: On Saturday, November 26, I attended MCC's production of Thomas Higgins' "Wild Animals You Should Know" at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in NYC. This well put together production used t…

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STAGE TUBE: MATILDA Makes its West End Debut! by BroadwayWorld TV

Go behind the scenes at MATILDA's West End opening night by clicking below

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SPIDER-MAN Considers Adding Scenes, Tours & More by BroadwayWorld

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK has made headlines for, among many other things, completely overhauling the original version of the bohemoth musical during a lengthy preview period. In an inter…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

‘Spider-Man,’ a Year After First Preview, Is on Solid Ground by Patrick Healy

A year after its preview disasters “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” is established as a solid Broadway show.

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‘Schooner’ gets an expert refit

After a 12-year run at Bailiwick Repertory, the seasonal favorite “The Christmas Schooner” seemed to have run its course. But L. Walter Stearns, the artistic director of the Mercury Thea…

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Civic Theater: Part 2 by Michael Rohd by HowlRound

Through acts of imagination and expressive action, civic theater builds bridges. It synthesizes complex issues and ideas, it builds relationships, and it leverages the specific people in a r…

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Review: Ophelia Doesn't Live Here Anymore by Alison Croggon

It's proverbial that there is a Hamlet for every century. As Jan Kott says, it's a play that absorbs its times. The Romantic era gave us a pale, introspective youth; the 20th century an anim…

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Last weeks new on/off Broadway tweet previews by Elyse Sommer

Blood and Gifts- enlightening and worthy as T. J. Rogers' dramatized history lesson is, his efforts to humanize the lesson never quite escapes its textbook roots.…

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David Bowie Denies Licensing for HEROES Musical by BroadwayWorld

This morning, BroadwayWorld reported on a musical that was set to debut at the O2 in March 2012. HEROES, which was said to have gained the permission of David Bowie to utilize his music in t…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Times are tough for regional theatre – but it's not my job to help sell tickets by Lyn Gardner

I'm know my review may impact on the box office, but I don't think that should influence what I writeOne of the many lovely things about being a theatre critic is that when you turn up at so…

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Review - Godspell Revival on Broadway by Christopher Caggiano

For most musical-theater performers, Godspell is a right of passage. Or at least it seems that way. I mean, is there any drama nerd out there who hasn't done Godspell? I suppose, perhaps, th…

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Review: Reasons to be Pretty at Curtainup/London by Lizzie Loverdige

The last of Neil LaBute trilogy about how we look and relationships opens in London where it all started. . .

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Review: Collaborator at Curtainup/London by Lizzie Loverdige

Simon Russell Beale gives an affectionate, quizzical and jokey portrait of Joseph Stalin in John Hodge's play

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Review: Blood and Gifts at by Elyse Sommer

enlightening and worthy as T. J. Rogers' dramatized history lesson is, his efforts to humanize the lesson never quite escapes its textbook roots.

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Photo Flash: Encompass New Opera Honors Marvin Hamlisch With Brian d'Arcy James, Lucie Arnaz & More by BroadwayWorld

Melissa Manchester and Lucie Arnaz headlined fellow stars at a fabulous evening honoring Marvin Hamlisch at the National Arts Club on Sunday, November 20.

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

2011 NBC Thanksgiving Parade - Stage Door.m4v by Broadway Television Archive

2011 NBC Thanksgiving Parade - Stage Door.m4v From: BroadwayTVArchive Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 03:31 More in Entertainment

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Danzón brings Bausch’s dance back to life after her death by Paula Citron

Company’s rendition offers a provoking parade of life’s foibles told with quiet mocking satire

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Keeping Ukrainian dance alive and well by Paula Citron

Edmonton-based Ukrainian Shumka Dancers offer exciting, breathtaking performances

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Theater Review | 'Radiance': ‘Radiance’ by Alan Alda at Geffen Playhouse - Review by Charles Isherwood

Alan Alda’s play about Marie Curie often feels like a talking diorama in a science museum, at least until it makes a sudden leap into juicy, gaslit melodrama in the second act.

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Matilda by Eleanor Turney

The one complaint I can make about Matilda is that the songs are so darn catchy that I had to put up with weird looks on the tube home as I hummed along. Suffice to say that I should leave t…

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'Cole Project' bows in Queens

Legit News: Revue in the works from 'Fosse' co-creator -- Director-choreography Chet Walker, one of the co-creators of the 1999 terp tribute revue "Fosse," is at work on a new dance-centric …

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Irving Elman dies at 96

Legit News: Was playwright, TV writer-producer -- Irving Elman, who was a Broadway playwright and a writer and producer for movies and television, died Nov. 22 in La Jolla, Calif., of cardio…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Crazy For You; Who Could Ask For Anything More? by Chris Luner

I found myself fortunate this Thanksgiving break to be able to check out The Players Club of Swarthmore’s production of Crazy For You. I attended opening night this past Friday to a so…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Ok, everybody's a critic - only Michael Kaiser is a really bad one! (And you can be a better one.) by Thomas Garvey

Sorry, I know it's wrong to make fun of people with mental challenges, but I can't resist the temptation to pile onto Michael Kaiser (who is, I can barely believe, a graduate of my own alma …

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Doris Day still sings at 87, offers fans "My Heart"

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - At age 87, Doris Day is not exactly pop music's latest hot young artist. But this week the star of film, TV and music returns to the U.S. record world she conquered m…

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Radiance - The Passion of Marie Curie by Sharon Perlmutter

Yes, the play is about Marie Curie; yes, radium plays a part; yes, there are a few mentions of her Nobel prizes and the scientific community's reluctance to even acknowledge that a woman cou…

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Bring It On - The Musical by Sharon Perlmutter

In terms of a show with a phenomenal score, a thought-provoking book, or a slick, well-produced laugh-fest, "Bring It On" is a dramatic failure.

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TheatreScene: November 21 - 27 by JK

BROADWAY QUESTION OF THE WEEKSo, readers, what do you think about the new pricing schedule about to be implemented by The Book of Mormon?  Click HERE for the details, then take a minute…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)

American Festival Pops salutes veterans

Patriotic favorites highlighted by area premiere of new Veterans March at Manassas' Hylton Center.

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This Week on Broadway for November 27, 2011: The Holiday Kickoff by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Private Lives, Blood and Gifts, A Christmas Carol @ Centenary Stage and a few holiday CD. Also included is an interview with Aar…

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This Week on Broadway for November 27, 2011: The Holiday Kickoff by James Marino

Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Peter Filichia | | Facebook Broadway Musical MVPs, 1960-2010: The Most Valuable Players of the Past 50 Seasons, is n…

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BWW TV: Inside Opening Night of SEMINAR! by Broadway Beat

Two-time Tony Award nominee, Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner Alan Rickman is making his eagerly-anticipated return to Broadway starring in the World Premiere of SEMINAR, a new comedy by P…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Fashions For Shakespeare Bring Richard II Back To Life

The Guardian (UK) 11/25/11

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Sunday, November 27, 2011

My Guest Blog Post for NaPlWriMoWhat's NaPlWriMo? Why it's November, silly. NaPlWriMo stands for National Playwriting Month and it's a month-long challenge for anyone who wants to step up to…

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The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to Bonnie & Clyde on Broadway. by Ken Davenport

Another week, another Broadway musical! Special thanks to the Producers of Bonnie & Clyde, the sponsors of this week's Sunday Giveaway. One of you will get two free tickets to see B&…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)

The Door by Doug Marino

Part of the annual Brits Off-Broadway Festival that runs at 59E59 Theaters each year, The Door, by Tony Earnshaw, is a quick-paced, 50-minute, mystery and tension filled play about two men a…

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David Bowie Musical, Heroes, to Receive World Premiere in March by Brian Scott Lipton

Heroes, an original production based on the works of David Bowie, will get its World Premiere at the IndigO2 on Sunday, March 11. Proceeds will benefit various charities that use the Perform…

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This Week on Broadway for November 27, 2011: The Holiday Kickoff by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Private Lives, Blood and Gifts, A Christmas Carol, The Musical @ Centenary Stage Company and a few holiday CDs by the Broadway co…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)

"Ain't Misbehavin'" - Lyric Stage by Nancy Grossman

A combination of art deco scenic design, evocative 1930s costumes, and rhythmic pounding of stride piano electrify the stage for a lively rendition of "Ain't Misbehavin'," the Fats Waller mu…

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Fuse Book Review: Haruki Murakami — Marathon Storyteller by Arts Fuse Editor

In his dozen or so works of international best-selling fiction, Haruki Murakami has created an alternate-reality Japan that is at once magical and familiar, dangerous and comfortable, foreig…

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Upcoming: Howard Barker’s The Forty by George Hunka

My readers in the United Kingdom will be interested to hear that the world premiere of Howard Barker’s 2006 play The Forty, directed by David Ian Rabey, will take place at the Theatr y…

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David Bowie Musical HEROES to Premiere at the IndigO2, March 2012 by BroadwayWorld

HEROES, an original production based on the works of David Bowie, arguably the most unique influence in popular music of the last 40 years, will get its Charity World Premiere at the IndigO2…

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STAGE TUBE: Adam Pascal and MEMPHIS Perform for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! by BroadwayWorld TV

Adam Pascal and the cast of MEMPHIS performed Radio for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Check it out by clicking below

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Ch’ing-lish – An American in China with twisted translations by Oscar E Moore

There are thousands of Chinese characters used for writing.  They are complicated.  And that is not the only thing complicated about the Chinese.  In David Henry Hwang latest culture clas…

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Paradox in Oz by Trav S.D.

This is part of a little series of post-Thanksgiving mini-posts I’m doing about items you might want to consider as Holiday gifts. Readers of No Applause and this blog know that I̵…

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Strike Me Pink by Trav S.D.

Tonight at 10:15pm (EST) on TCM, a rare showing of Eddie Cantor’s 1936 vehicle Strike Me Pink, also featuring Ethel Merman, William Frawley, Sidney Fields, etc. ,with Brian Dunlevy, (u…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Comments on "The Death of Criticism or Everyone Is a Critic" by Rocco Landesman

Michael's post is a must read for everyone who is serious about the future of the arts in this country. Since the time of Plato, informed, expert criticism has paralleled the developing hist…

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This Week on Broadway for November 27, 2011: The Holiday Kickoff by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Private Lives, Blood and Gifts, A Christmas Carol, The Musical @ Centenary Stage Company and a few holiday CDs by the Broadway co…

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The Machine That Makes You Musical by Rob Walker

Is everyone musical? One sonic pioneer thinks so. And he has the technology to prove it.

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BWW's On This Day - November 27, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 27 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Jackie Hoffman: A Chanukah Charol by Adaumbelle

When the award winning Jackie Hoffman performs, laughter surely ensues! Whether it's theatre, film, television, or her sold-out solo shows, Jackie Hoffman shines brightly! In true Jackie fas…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)

MILK LIKE SUGAR Closes 11/27 by BroadwayWorld

Playwrights Horizons Tim Sanford, Artistic Director Leslie Marcus, Managing Director, Women's Project Julie Crosby, Producing Artistic Director and La Jolla Playhouse Christopher Ashley, Art…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Homeland by Jill Dolan

 Claire Danes as Carrie MathisonShowtime’s Homelanddebuted on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the U.S.  The series stars Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison,a CIA operati…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)

MAN AND BOY Concludes Limited Engagement by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway production of Man and Boy starring Frank Langella, will end its limited engagement today at 200PM.

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New holiday choral music CDs have mix of traditional, new

Christmas is about both the traditional and about the new, the familiar and the foreign — and so are a batch of fine new compact discs, recently released in time for the holidays. More tha…

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KC Rep's 'A Christmas Carol' draws strength from familiarity

We can agree that the Kansas City Repertory Theatre's annual production of "A Christmas Carol" is hardly pushing a political agenda, but it is tempting to view Ebenezer Scrooge as a member o…

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Ch’ing-lish on B'way – An American in China with twisted translations by Oscar E. Moore

It’s an entertaining and different evening of theatre that makes you work to understand what is happening and gives fresh insight to the phrase “building a relationship.”

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Brian Dennehy Stars In Beckett Play At Long Wharf

  Follow CT Lifestyle & Entertainment News On The Courant's Features Buzz Facebook PageIn Samuel Beckett's "Krapp's Last Tape," an old, grizzled man looks back at his life, going through b…

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Sunday, November 27, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Broadway) - Medley [LIVE @ The Rosie Show] by Sophia B. Puentes

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Broadway) - Medley [LIVE @ The Rosie Show] The Broadway cast of the hit musical PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT perform a medley live. From: SophiaBPuentes Vi…

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Ode to Billy Joel by Jason Robert Brown

Billy Joel's LP The Stranger was released at the end of September, 1977, and I'd guess it made its way to our house in Rockland County about two months later, presumably because my mom or da…

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Violence and the Art of Recouperation

The use of pepper spray has taken center stage in our cultural dialog. Be it police spraying peaceful protestors or shoppers “competing” (an amazing euphemism for unrestrained vi…

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The Abominable Showman, November 27, 2011 by The Charlebois Post

Lord knows how many times I’ve (unsuccessfully) requested an interview with Harvey Fierstein, but I know many folks who’ve met and worked with the theatre legend over the years. And I’…

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'Nutcracker' around town

Photo exhibit at Phipps: Explore photographs from past Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performances of "The Nutcracker." Through Jan. 8. Information: or 412-622-6914. S…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Phantom's Ramin Karimloo Sings "The Music of the Night" (Video) by Michael Gioia

Ramin Karimloo starred as the title character in the 25th anniversary production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera at London's Royal Albert Hall. Here is a sneak pe…

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Off-Broadway's The Fartiste Closes Nov. 27 by Andrew Gans

The Fartiste, billed as a "musical comedy for all ages," plays its final performance Nov. 27 at 3 PM at Sofia’s Downstairs.

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ON THE RECORD: Melissa Errico's "Legrand Affair," Michael Feinstein's "Sinatra Project," Plus "Carols for a Cure" by Steven Suskin

Listening to "Legrand Affair," Melissa Errico's salute to composer Michel Legrand; Michael Feinstein's "The Sinatra Project, Vol. II: The Good Life"; and the 2011…

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In the Heights Librettist Quiara Alegría Hudes Bears Witness to Her Twin Communities by Mervyn Rothstein

Quiara Alegría Hudes, the Pulitzer Prize finalist who penned Elliot, a Soldier's Fugue and the book to In the Heights, continued Elliot's story in Hartford Stage's recent …

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Man and Boy, With Frank Langella as Corrupt Magnate, Ends Limited Broadway Run Nov. 27 by Kenneth Jones

Three-time Tony Award winner Frank Langella wraps up his run as corrupt international financier Gregor Antonescu in Man and Boy Nov. 27 at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre. Tere…

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Strings Attached: Christine Ebersole Plays Birdland Nov. 27-28 by Andrew Gans

Two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole joins jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein and his trio Nov. 27 at 6 PM and Nov. 28 at 7 PM at Birdland.

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Caissie Levy, Jonathan Williams and Danielle Hope Sing Music of Jonathan Reid Gealt in London Nov. 27 by Adam Hetrick

Ghost and Hair star Caissie Levy takes part in a one-night-only London concert celebrating the music of New York songwriter Jonathan Reid Gealt Nov. 27 at St. Andrews Church.

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Hugh Jackman seduces Broadway again

NEW YORK -- New York is in a Hugh Jackman state of mind. The native Australian has become a resident through and through, and now he's returned to where he belongs, a Broadway stage, seven y…

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2Do Calendar

A list of things to do this week.

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Favorite 'Nutcracker' memories: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre dancers share moments they love

For many, "The Nutcracker" is as much a part of winter as eggnog, a crackling fire and freshly fallen snow. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre artistic director Terrence Orr's adaptation is as perfec…

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