Thursday, February 14, 2019

‘Suchet’s portrait is memorable in all its detail & density’: THE PRICE – West End by Aleks Sierz

David Suchet is majestically magnificent in this excellent revival of Arthur Miller’s 1968 family drama The Price.

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The last of the big-time donors? by Terry Teachout

In today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column, I look at an important new tendency in charitable giving. Here’s an excerpt. *  *  * New York’s Museum o…

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The American Clock review – Arthur Miller's snapshots of the 1930s by Michael Billington

Old Vic, LondonThis vaudeville about the Great Depression showcases Miller’s capacity to capture the state of a troubled nationThe impromptu Arthur Miller festival – initiated by the tra…

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The American Clock, Old Vic review - Arthur Miller's musical history lesson drags by Marianka Swain

Rachel Chavkin's creative revival can't quite tame this sprawling epicThis year’s unofficial Arthur Miller season – following The Price and ahead of All My Sons at the Old Vic …

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Price, Wyndham's Theatre review - David Suchet stands supreme by Tom Birchenough

Powerful production of Arthur Miller's play of fraternal discord, past painThere’s a sublime equilibrium to Arthur Miller’s 1968 play between the overwhelmingly heavy weight of hist…

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David Suchet is brilliant in Arthur Miller’s The Price at Wyndham’s Theatre

This 1968 story of family secrets and debts feels mightily resonant now

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BWW Review: THE PRICE, Wyndham's Theatre by Laura Jones

Arthur Miller is certainly popular this season, with The Price currently at the Wyndham's Theatre, The American Clock and All My Sons both at the Old Vic in the next few weeks, and Death of …

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REVIEW: The Price, Wyndham’s Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews David Suchet in Arthur Miller’s The Price now playing at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre. This post REVIEW: The Price, Wyndham’s The…

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Monday, February 11, 2019

The Price review at Wyndham’s Theatre, London – ‘David Suchet is magnificent’ by Tim Bano

This is the first of this year’s many Arthur Miller revivals. The next few months will see stagings of his work at

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Off Broadway Week: 34 Shows at Half Price by New York Theater

Off-Broadway Week starts today, offering two tickets for the price of one to 34 shows playing Off-Broadway, through February 24th. The shows range from musicals that have been running for de…

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Friday, February 8, 2019


  Another Look at Both Joshes By Ron Fassler     I often adhere to an opinion from the British writer Tobias Hill, who once said, “I hate clever-cleverness, but I love good…

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Paying the Price for a Higher Purpose: ‘The Trial of the Catonsville Nine’ by Matthew Wexler

Transport Group reimagines this Vietnam War-era play in a mesmerizing new Off-Broadway production directed by Jack Cummings III. The post Paying the Price for a Higher Purpose: ‘The Tr…

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Sunday, February 3, 2019

Top London Stage This Week: Pinter and Miller to The Streets by Mark Beech

In London performing arts this week, “Leave to Remain” and “Cost of Living” have both opened to some strong reviews. The revival of the acclaimed “Home, I’m Darling” and the fi…

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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

“True West” at American Airlines Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Roundabout Theatre Company presents Sam Shepard’s “True West,” which runs through March 17, 2019, at New York’s American Airlines Theatre.Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star as “brother…

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Mint Theater's The Price of Thomas Scott Begins January 24 by Olivia Clement

The revival launches the company's three-play Meet Miss Baker series, dedicated to the early-20th-century playwright Elizabeth Baker.

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Monday, January 21, 2019

Is Singing Opera In English An Accessibility Issue? Is So, To Whom? by Artsjournal

Mark Wigglesworth wants to make “opera accessible to all” and “all”, by definition, includes riff-raff. He sees this as the ENO’s mission. “Accessibility,” he writes, “is not…

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Saturday, January 19, 2019

People You Should Know . . . Alex Herrald by Zack Calhoon

Alex Herrald-New Light Theater Project debut. NYC Theatre: Please Continue, Metro Cards, Empathitrax (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Just Right Just Now (Lesser America), Life And Times (Public T…

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Thursday, January 3, 2019

Small Niche Cable Channels Are Being Dropped As Audience Flees Cable by Artsjournal

The rise of cord-cutting (people ditching cable packages for cheaper digital options) is beginning to reduce financial margins at cable and satellite providers, and channels that aren̵…

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Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood in New Video: Report by Blouin Artinfo

On Christmas Eve, Kevin Spacey took to social media to comment on the allegations made against him, in a bid to justify his position.According to Hollywood Reporter, Kevin Spacey has broken …

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Monday, December 24, 2018

A Good Bookshop Is About So Much More Than The Price Of Books by Artsjournal2

Duh, right? That’s what independent booksellers have been saying for years. As a collective, we may finally be getting it. “The best booksellers are not, strangely, just there to…

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Friday, December 21, 2018

An Independent Seattle Bookstore That’s Thriving On Community by Artsjournal

Beloved Seattle bookstores were closing their doors throughout the aughts, and those who remained open seemed to face an impossibly uphill task — who would pay full price for a book when y…

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Friday, December 14, 2018

‘An absolute treasure box of surprises, laughs & delights’: KINKY BOOTS – Touring ★★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Audiences at the Edinburgh Playhouse are being transported straight to the Price & Sons Shoe Factory in Northampton this December, to a time and place where drag queens and shoemakers c…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Springsteen’s Netflix special is like VIP seats without the price tag by Kirsten Fleming

Standing onstage in a black T-shirt and jeans, Bruce Springsteen waxes poetic about his earliest days in Freehold, NJ. He speaks of growing up next to the school St. Rose of Lima and breathi…

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Best of 2018 JKTS Awards: Fun, Fun, Fun! by JK

THE 2018 JKTS AWARDSGood Clean Fun(9 Awards)After taking a couple of seasons off, we are super excited to re-start our annual tradition! Up first, our awards for the media and technical aspe…

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Thursday, December 6, 2018

David Suchet headlines 2019 PG London theater tour by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Arthur Miller’s “The Price” and Laura Wade’s “Home, I’m Darling” are among the plays that are part of the tour.

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It Isn’t Just About The Price! by Ceci Dadisman

In the arts administration world, there is always a lot of talk about things that relate to the cost of admission. Are prices too high that they are preventing people from attending? Should …

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Thursday, November 29, 2018

How Airlines Sell More First Class Seats and What That Means for Broadway.

If you’ve flown first class or business class, I’d bet you the price of your own airplane that you want to fly it again. Not only is it a more comfortable flying experience, but …

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale: can you put a price on sentimental value? by Chris Wiegand

In her new solo show, Haley McGee values the gifts her exes gave her, while rating how much fun they were – and how good the sex wasImagine an episode of The Antiques Roadshow where the ob…

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Thursday, November 22, 2018

Special Episode: Lewis J. Stadlen Talks Touring with Betty Buckley in “Hello, Dolly!” by Matt Tamanini

Lewis J. Stadlen Discusses Chemistry with Betty Buckley, Touring at a Certain Age, and Why He Was Afraid of “Penny in My Pocket”! LEWIS J. STADLEN as HORACE VANDERGELDER Lewis J.…

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

The Mint to Launch 3-Play Meet Miss Baker Series in 2019 by Adam Hetrick

Emma Geer in The Price of Thomas Scott will open the new series, dedicated to the late, early-20th-century playwright Elizabeth Baker.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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