Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's You Can't Take It With You will (click here to watch...) return to Broadway for the first time...

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Sometimes the best refuge from real trauma is simulated terror. The English playwright David Rudkin remembers cowering under his bunk in an air-raid shelter...

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The best gossip on Broadway these days is nothing you can read in the tabloids. You’ll have to hear it in person, and believe...

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LONDON — The Queen is dead. Charles, paranoid and power obsessed, dissolves Parliament and parks a tank outside Buckingham Palace. While Prince William dithers,...

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Before rehearsals began for the new Broadway play “Casa Valentina,” the seven men in the cast were asked to come to work a few...

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An English bulldog plays a minor role in the new production of “The Threepenny Opera” that opened at the Atlantic Theater Company on Monday....

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The path of the genius has no limitation in borders, languages, countries, and any kind of social norm. That is the case of Eugenio...