Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Hair in the Square by Hairbroadway

Hair in the Square Shot in Times Square by Apples and Oranges during a cold and Snowy/Rainy day in February, we talked to a number of people people about their personal experience with the …

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at midnight (Broadway Time)

It's Time to Try Defying Inequality; photo feature by Michael Portantiere

Major Broadway, film, and TV stars come together with political types and other notables at the Gershwin Theatre in opposition to Prop. 8 and in support of gay marriage.

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Pass Me the Tums, Part 1 By Frank Rizzo

Most theaters across America are reporting they are reconfiguring expenses for the year with actions ranging from reduction or freeze in salaries, cutbacks in travel, implementing ticket dis…

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Taper pushes 'Inishmore' to 2010

Economy cited as reason for play's delay

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Answers About Broadway, Part 2 By ERIK PIEPENBURG

Ken Bloom and Frank Vlastnik, authors of the newly revised "Broadway Musicals: The 101 Greatest Shows of All Time," answered readers' questions about Broadway's history: the best, the overra…

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'Palestine's' Next Stage By Peter Marks

George Ibrahim tugs down at the top of his turtleneck and points to the bare skin of his throat. "This," he says in accented English, "is what kasaba means in Arabic. Center of breathing. Center of life."

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Casting Call: Anika Noni Rose for The Wiz By Adam Feldman

Casting has not yet been announced, so for the pivotal role of Dorothy, may we suggest: the exquisite Anika Noni Rose.

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Rising Chicago director David Cromer (Our Town, Adding Machine) makes a bigger impression each time he comes to New York.

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Javier Muñoz, who put the "study" in "understudy," moves on up "In the Heights."

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Anna Gunn's many angles By Diane Haithman

The 'Deadwood' and 'Breaking Bad' actress plays a photojournalist confronting ethical issues and war-zone injuries in Donald Margulies' play 'Time Stands Still.'

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Run Through: Jeffrey Koon

Streetcar's Stanley Kowalski feels the Philly love.

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Their Space by Christopher Wink

Six teens from different background tell each others' oral histories in this new stage production.

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TV Review: America By BRIAN LOWRY

Rosie O'Donnell brings her considerable wattage as producer, co-writer and star to "America," an unabashed message movie about the plight of kids in foster care.

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Broadway by the Year is back for its ninth season. The year in question for the first concert was 1924, and it was every bit as good or better than previous musicals in the series.

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Theater Review | 'Three Sisters'
Dying Dreams in Old Russia as Reimagined in Harlem By NEIL GENZLINGER

This is a production that, like the Yankees, has an assortment of stars but somehow never feels like a team effort.

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Theater Review | 'The Book of Lambert'
Longings of the Lost, Mistaken for Love By RACHEL SALTZ

Leslie Lee's play, which has been reworked and updated, feels overlong and overcrowded with ideas.

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Astronome: A Night at the Opera (A Disturbing Intiation) - Reviewed by RONNI REICH

Both director-designer Richard Foreman and composer John Zorn vividly bring out the work's dark themes with uncommon candor, lucidity, and depth. But together they are often overstimulating,…

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Human Jukebox - Reviewed by RONNI REICH

Despite the title, Joseph Keckler is much more than a human jukebox.

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Zombie - Reviewed by ROBERT WINDELER

This world-premiere, hourlong solo piece about a serial killer understandably will have a limited audience, but it's hard to quibble about its... execution.

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The current offering, Sheila Callaghan's "That Pretty Pretty; or, The Rape Play," is the sort of deliberately provocative but juvenile effort the Rattlestick seems compelled to champion.

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YOU don't find Shakespearean productions more low-concept than the Theatre for a New Audience's "Othello."

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Plague Over England

This West End transfer of the first full-length play by Nicholas de Jongh, theater critic for London's Evening Standard, dramatizes -- sort of -- a key period in the early gay rights struggl…

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Mental State by J. Cooper Robb

A trio of young adults grapple with the impact of bipolar disorder in Jump/Cut.

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Hooking Marlon By: Zachary Stewart

A new biography of Marlon Brando and Carrie Fisher's memoir Wishful Drinking provide inside glimpses into Hollywood royalty.

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