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Podcast: Chita Rivera: Love and Love Alone

Chita Rivera took an early call Friday night for The Visit to have this intimate conversation with her long-time friend and first agent Richard Seff looking back on her career and forward to…

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Give My Regards to Broadway By: Joseph Marzullo, Tristan Fuge, & Brian Scott Lipton

Laura Bell Bundy, Matt Cavenaugh, Jennifer Ferrin, Harvey Fierstein, Norm Lewis, Faith Prince, Ron Rifkin, BeBe Winans, Tom Wopat and other stars catch up with our cameras.

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ALL I WANT IS A... by MATT WOLF

This revival of Pygmalion is served up in a pleasant if not especially demanding staging...call it Shaw Lite.

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Fat Pig

The second play in the LaBute trilogy flies to London, just as the concluding one opens off-Broadway.

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Marshall joins CAA

Marshall, who built his career at ICM, leaves as he is preparing to direct "Nine" for the Weinstein Co. Daniel Day-Lewis will star with Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Sophia Loren, Nicole …

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Hawke, Cusack, Hall join double bill

Sam Mendes to direct 'Cherry,' 'Winter'

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Cackling Critics Are Killing Theater By Kevin Wilen

Drubbed dramatist says.

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The YouTube Divorcée By Phoebe Eaton

It was the age-old story: a woman spurned by her mogul husband, in danger of losing everything. Call her crazy, call her desperate, but this time, the woman had a new weapon-the Web.

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The Occupied Octogenarian

In his 80th year, Edward Albee continues to create and provoke with works old and new.

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Tony awards: the British have taken Manhattan

This year's American stage awards will have a strong English accent. Our key players explain what's gone right with British theatre

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Ann Landers at Northlight; at home with the lady with all the answers by Chris Jones

This is a warm and enjoyable show with broad audience appeal. It deserves a future life, especially in downtown Chicago.

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Reunion goes haywire in 'Alexandros' By David Ng

In Melinda Lopez's comedy 'Alexandros,' a gathering of a Cuban American clan doesn't go as planned.

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Norman's Ark
Review By JULIO MARTINEZ

In conjunction with the Southern California Festival of New American Musicals, the team of Glen Roven and Jerome Kass have conjured up an earnest if simplistic retelling of Noah's biblical p…

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Love, Janis
Review By JULIO MARTINEZ

The rip-the-walls-down vocals of Mary Bridget Davies supply the sharpest moments in the touring Janis Joplin bio-tuner "Love, Janis," but the bio material, performed with understated folksin…

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She's in a Battle to the Very End By SYLVIANE GOLD

A tough Tennessee Williams character finally meets her match in "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore."

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Years On, Will Rogers Still Hits the Mark By ANITA GATES

The observations in "The Will Rogers Follies" still seem remarkably fresh and specifically tied to current events.

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Amadeus

This production under the fine direction of Joe Discher for the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey is enabled principally by the excellence of its two lead performers, Robert Cuccioli and Jor…

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Marguerite

With Jonathan Kent at the director's helm, we can be sure of a polished production with brilliant performances.

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Rosmersholm

This relatively rare Ibsen play gets a wonderfully nuanced production from Anthony Page at the Almeida with magnificent performances all round.

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Never Forget

The medley of songs at the end of the show will undoubtedly have you singing and dancing in your seat and for a moment you could possibly believe you were at a Take That concert itself.

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