Monday, May 25, 2015

Peeking Through the Stage Door by Steven Leigh Morris

Behind the scenes of Athol Fugards newest play
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link.

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Passing Strange: The L.A. Problem By JUDITH LEWIS

His play is a Broadway hit, but don't ask Stew to come home again

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An Hour with Moses

Interview with Val Kilmer.

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Swine Song By STEVEN LEIGH MORRIS

Greg Kotis, on his agri-eco farce, Pig Farm

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Act Two by ERIN AUBRY KAPLAN

Minus Ossie, Ruby Dee Picks Up the Pace

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Company Town by Steven Leigh Morris

How a big city became Americas small-theater mecca
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Is Edward Albee Softening with Success? By STEVEN LEIGH MORRIS

Albee spoke to the Weekly from New York, days before returning to London to assist with a new production of his play The Lady From Dubuque.

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Just the Way She Is by Erin Aubry Kaplan

The world of Twyla Tharp, and Billy Joels Movin Out

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Queens of the Angels by Steven Leigh Morris

Polly Warfield, 19142003. Pamela Gordon, 19372003.

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From Rags to Ritchie by Steven Leigh Morris

The man taking over for Gordon Davidson

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Friday, April 26, 2002

LA Weekly: Steamy, Steamy Night

The 23rd Annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards by Steven Leigh Morris
Winners include James Barbour and Austin Pendleton.

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LA Weekly: Steamy, Steamy Night

The 23rd Annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards by Steven Leigh Morris
Winners include James Barbour and Austin Pendleton.

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Sunday, March 24, 2002

LA Weekly: Theater Feature: A Fan's Notes: Tori Spelling, live onstage! by Sandra Ross

Tori Spelling is a supernova in the constellation of pop stars. Which is why I jumped at a chance to cover her theatrical debut in Maybe Baby, It's You at the Coronet Theater.
Very funny article. Tori loves live theater; why, the last play she saw was Fame.

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Friday, December 14, 2001

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