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Elevator by Diana Damian

Elevator is a strong, enjoyable, realist drama about a generation lost in the euphoria of freedom yet stalked by a darker cultural history.

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Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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A Fantasticks Return by Noreply@blogger.com ( )

In our book Stage Money, we note repeatedly that the little off-Broadway show The Fantasticks has been an outlier--a very unusual example--in the financial history of commercial theater in A…

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Saturday, May 15, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Farewell to a Brand-Name Season By BEN BRANTLEY, CHARLES ISHERWOOD and PATRICK HEALY

The theater critics of The New York Times, Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood, talk over the season that was, on Broadway and off. Patrick Healy moderates.

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Interactive Feature: My Big Break

Tony Award nominees talk about how they got a foot in the stage door.

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Interactive Feature: Elements of Onstage Chemistry

A look at some of the most electrifying moments on Broadway this season.

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Interactive Feature: And the Nominees Should Be . . .

The theater critics of The New York Times make their Tony Award choices.

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The Price of Stardom By BEN BRANTLEY AND PATRICK HEALY

The New York Times has compiled a comparative chart of star power/box-office ratios.

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Definitely Didn't Get Lost in Translation By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

Scarlett Johansson, seen this season in "A View From the Bridge," found Broadway to her liking.

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Disappointing Season for Broadway Women By PATRICK HEALY

This season, Broadway shows relegated many female characters to supporting status.

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Broadway Rocks. Get Over It. By JON PARELES

On Broadway, though it took decades, rock has been transformed from nemesis to novelty to mainstay.

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Interactive Feature: The Rock Musical

Video excerpts from some of the season's rock musicals.

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From Atlanta to Europe to 'Fela!' By LARRY ROHTER

Sahr Ngaujah of "Fela!," an American with a background in the European avant-garde, learns about Broadway.

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Slide Show: Becoming Fela

A look at how the actor Sahr Ngaujah prepares for his role in the Broadway musical "Fela!"

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And the Banana Goes To... By ERIK PIEPENBURG

Assorted designers propose a makeover for the Tony Award statue.

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Slide Show: The New Tony

The Tony statue gets a makeover from six designers.

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In the Iraq War, People Acting Like Animals, and Vice Versa By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

In Rajiv Joseph's play, currently staged in Los Angeles by the Center Theater Group, the raw nature of war brings out reflections on life and death.

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Deadly Serious Comedy

Terry Teachout on "Killer Joe," the play that made playwright Tracy Letts a big name in American theater 14 years before "August: Osage County" reached Broadway.

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Venice, by Way of Kansas City: The Year's Best Musical By Richard Zoglin

And so, once again, it took a trip outside New York - to Kansas City, Mo., which happens to be my hometown - to find a show to really get excited about. Though early in its creative life, th…

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Take Flight

A breezy if not exactly breath-taking new musical that puts us right (or is it Wright?) up in the air with Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart and you guessed it the Wright brothers

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Annie Get Your Gun

The musical favorite at Godspeed

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The Housewives of Mannheim - Reviewed by OSCAR E. MOORE

A modest new play with some immodest ideas by Alan Brody, that is sensitively directed by Suzanne Barabas and finely acted by the cast of four. All season long I have seen so many homosexual…

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The Housewives of Mannheim

New Jersey Repertory Company's Lovely Production of Alan Brody's Housewives of Mannheim Is A Stellar addition of 59E59's Americas Off Broadway

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Dr. Knock, or The Triumph of Medicine by Victor Gluck

Scathing medical farce in leisurely, polished production from ever-reliable Mint Theater of modern French classic

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The Kid by Simon Saltzman

a happy and congenial mixture of comically contrived sexuality within a realistically considered relationship

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The Forest by Victor Gluck

Dianne Wiest and John Douglas Thompson co-star in rare revival of Ostrovsky's comic masterpiece in new adaptation

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