Friday, April 18, 2014 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Theater Review: The Second Life of Act One

"Too mild for the acolytes and too credulous for me."-- Delivered by Feed43 service

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Friday, April 18, 2014 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Julius Caesar? by Michael Billington

By setting this play in a modern African state, the RSC's Gregory Doran gave its debate new urgency. Which versions of Julius Caesar have you hailed?For all its popularity, Shakespeare's Rom…

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Friday, April 18, 2014 at 2am (Broadway Time)

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Extraordinary Extremities Off Broadway, SoHo Playhouse Reviewed by Zahra Sadjadi BOTTOM LINE: A puppet show that teaches lessons of creative resilience to children of all ages. There is,…

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Screw Tooth "'til Death" Review: A fine (anti) romance this is by Lisa Kennedy

Couples tend to "meet cute" in romantic comedies, especially in the movies. They back into each other.

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Scarlett Johansson mesmerizes in this moody sci-fi thriller by Ann Hornadaythe Washington Post

Scarlett Johansson's character encounters a succession of local men in her generic-looking white van in this sci-fi crime thriller.

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trifecta (trīˈfektə/), noun: a run of three wins or grand events. by Malic White

This month marks a birthday trifecta for the current Neo-Futurist performing ensemble: Dan Kerr-Hobert and Malic White share April 14th, and April 23rd brought us Kirsten Riiber, the Neos…

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Friday, April 18, 2014 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Directing Quotidian Theatre Company’s ‘Faith Healer’ by Laura Giannarelli by Guest Author

I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to direct this mysterious and marvelous play. Rashomon-like in the way the three characters narrate the story of their intertwined lives from…

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PLAY BY PLAY by Brian Scott Lipton

Ironically, a play about cutting a script down runs unnecessarily long.

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Caroline Aaron: Don’t come in on a horse, just come in. by Rob Stevens

Caroline Aaron made her Broadway debut in 1982 in Come Back To the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean. She made her big screen debut in the film version later the same year. Since then she …

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Friday, April 18, 2014 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Thinking About Theater: Credits, or Credibility?

With everyone hungry for the security of big names, does art stand a chance?

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A Fly On the Wall, April 18, 2014 by The Charlebois Post

Being Independentby Jim Murchison The GCTC has decided to include The Public Servant in its season next year. I saw the play at undercurrents and it was my opinion that it would be one …

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Albert J. Repicci’s Honor Bound Starts Preview Performances Off-Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Albert J. Repicci’s Honor Bound begins performances on April 18 at St. Luke’s Theatre. Under the direction of Josh Iacovelli, the new drama stars Boardwalk Empire’s Anthony…

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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: Daniel Radcliffe Had to Learn How to Succeed on Broadway Before Returning as The Cripple of Inishmaan

The Harry Potter star comes back to Broadway this weekend in a transfer of Michael Grandage's West End production of the play.

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Theater News: Perfect Crime Celebrates 28 Years Running Off-Broadway

Catherine Russell has starred in the show since its first performance.

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Interviews: Playwright Adam Rapp on Directing the New Tribeca Film Festival Entry Loitering With Intent

The prolific author steps into the latest phase in his auspicious career.

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PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER With Leigh Silverman, Who Will "Let It Sing" With Violet on Broadway by Carey Purcell chats with Leigh Silverman, who is directing the Broadway premiere of the award-winning musical Violet.

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DIVA TALK: Catching Up With Tony Nominee and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Star Jessie Mueller by Andrew Gans

News, views and reviews about the multi-talented women of the musical theatre and the concert/cabaret stage.

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Be A Good Little Widow, Starring Caroline Aaron and Larisa Oleynik, Opens April 18 by Carey Purcell

Be A Good Little Widow, Bekah Brunstetter's comedy about loss and longing, makes its Los Angeles premiere at the NoHo Arts Center, opening April 18. 

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Learn Your Lessons Well: The Golden Rules of Etiquette for Broadway Audiences by Carey Purcell offers a guide to proper etiquette for theatregoing audience members.

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U.S. Premiere of Mohamed Kacimi's Holy Land, About the Devastation of War, Begins April 18 in Manhattan by Michael Gioia

The U.S. premiere of French playwright Mohamed Kacimi's play Holy Land is presented April 18-May 10 at HERE in Manhattan.

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New Drama Honor Bound Begins Performances at St. Luke's Theatre April 18 by Carey Purcell

Albert J. Repicci's dramatic play Honor Bound plays St. Luke's Theatre beginning April 18, prior to an official opening May 14.

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Of Mice and Men, Violet, Susan Stroman and More Added to Playbill Vault, Week Ending April 19 by Megan Dekic

When the Playbill Vault launched in December 2011, it included information on over 10,000 shows and 120,000 actors, creative teams and crew members who have worked or are currently working o…

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La Mirada's Cats, Featuring Todrick Hall as Rum Tum Tugger, Begins April 18 in CA by Michael Gioia

La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts and McCoy Rigby Entertainment present the Tony Award-winning musical Cats, featuring Broadway actor and YouTube sensation Todrick Hall as Rum Tum Tu…

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From Romeo and Juliet to Of Mice and Men, A Look at the 2013-14 Season: The Play Revivals by Playbill Staff

With the 2013-14 Broadway season coming to a close this month (April 24 is the cut-off date for eligibility for the 68th Annual Tony Awards), offers a four-part look at the curr…

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