Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Peter Pan by Stephe Harrop

Grafting a social conscience onto Barrie’s blithely heartless hero isn’t as easy as re-attaching lost shadows.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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0187: A Little Night MusicalTalk: New York Special (Part 1) by MusicalTalk

Join Nick Hutson and Steve Bell as they meet up in New York to disuss Mary Poppins on Broadway, A Little Night Music, Sondheim on Sondheim and The 2010 Tony Award Nominations.

Linked From musicaltalk.co.uk at 07:24PM
Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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"hey by the way you guys have mandy moore in here?" by Moxie

For your consideration: Chris Klein, balding, on something, and available for your production of Mamma Mia!Watch the tape here.

Linked From www.moxiethemaven.com at 06:01PM
Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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City of Angels by Theasy.com

Gallery Players, Off-Off-Broadway By Dan Dinero BOTTOM LINE: Excellent musical, good production. City of Angels is a musical in two complementary halves. One half is the story of Sti…

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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LuPone Loves Laura

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The Tragicomic Tragicomedy of Peter Scolari

"Comedy chases me," says the actor, diagnosed as manic-depressive seven years ago, and now is in the Off-Broadway comedy "White's Lies."

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5 Questions I've Never Been Asked: Jackie Beat

The star of "Whatever Happened to Busty Jane?" gets downright personal.

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American Repertory Theater: Finding the Profit in Nonprofit?, by Thomas Garvey

How could a fringe cultural figure, our Boston correspondent asks, skim a tidy profit off Harvard's nonprofit theater?

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Arts Advocacy Update: Oklahoma, With Tax Credits Sweeping Off the Plain

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: meaty graffiti and Sarasota sunshine.

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The New World By: Tristan Fuge; Text by Dan Bacalzo

Scarlett Johansson, Liev Schreiber, Reeve Carney, Matthew Modine, Valerie Harper, David Alan Grier, Eddie Redmayne, Brian d'Arcy James, Veronica Hamel and a host of celebrities join New Dram…

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A Night at the Obies By: Tristan Fuge; Text by Dan Bacalzo

Michael Cerveris, Anika Noni Rose, J. Smith Cameron, David Greenspan, Linda Lavin, Laurie Metcalf, Wendell Pierce, Rocco Sisto, Lillias White, and more at the 2010 Obie Awards.

Linked From TheaterMania at 12:00AM

TOLDJA! 'Law & Order' Heading To TNT? Or Will Dick Wolf Howl At NBCU's Hardball? By Nikki Finke

As Deadline previously reported when we scooped the news that NBC had cancelled the Law & Order flagship, Dick Wolf was intent on taking the show to TNT for a record-breaking 21st TV season.…

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Caught in the act: Juveniles sentenced to Shakespeare By Louise Kennedy

Tonight, 13 actors will take the stage at Shakespeare & Company in "Henry V." Nothing so unusual in that - except that these are teenagers, none older than 17, and they have been sentenced t…

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Opposition to a Book Inspires More Art By BRUCE WEBER

Adam Rapp's play "The Metal Children" originated with his experience with a banned book.

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A Reading to Recall the Father of Tevye By CLYDE HABERMAN

More than 200 people gathered Sunday night at the Brotherhood Synagogue to honor Sholom Aleichem, the Yiddish humorist.

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In Praise of Sondheim

Peters, Cook, Streisand, LuPone, Patinkin and more reflect on the influence of composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim.

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Hal Prince, Susan Stroman and a musical love by Tim Teeman

The Broadway legends are swapping the Big Apple for a converted South London chocolate factory for their latest musical

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THE BOARDS: Finding the Funny by Lizzie Widdicombe

Benjamin Walker plays Andrew Jackson in eyeliner.

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John Larroquette Is on a Parker Roll By: Patrick Lee

The Emmy Award-winning actor makes his long-awaited New York stage debut in Elizabeth Meriwether's Off-Broadway comedy Oliver Parker!

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OLIVER PARKER! reviewed by Mark Peikert

To label "Oliver Parker!" a black comedy about child molestation would be an unfair assessment, one that wouldn't be helped much by adding that it's also a very funny one.

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Oliver Parker!
Reviewedby:Andy Propst

Elizabeth Meriwether's bracing black comedy is enhanced by the daring performances of its four-person cast, led by Emmy Award winner John Larroquette.

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Oliver Parker!

Elizabeth Meriwether explores the need for getting and giving help through two desperate characters on the edge of personal upheaval

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Oliver Parker! - Reviewed by OSCAR E. MOORE

It's barely amusing with its four dysfunctional characters on parade in the dilapidated mess of an apartment strewn with debris where you expect to see vermin breeding and roaches crossing t…

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"Master Builders" in "Glass Houses" By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Resonance Ensemble links a new play with a classic

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The Glass House - Reviewed by OSCAR E. MOORE

Smart writing, intelligent direction and four riveting performances that tell the story of two of the most important and influential architects - Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson.

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The Glass House
Reviewed By: Brian Scott Lipton

The multidimensionality that Finfer has put on the page is augmented by director Evan Bergman's guidance of the performance of Harris Yulin, who brings an excellently calibrated mix of egois…

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The Glass House

An intriguing play about Mies van der Rohe's famous Farnsworth House that would be even better if the director had heeded the architect's less-is-more philosophy

Linked From CurtainUp at 12:00AM

This Wide Night
Reviewedby:Brian Scott Lipton

Edie Falco and Alison Pill give thoroughly believable performances in Chloe Moss' slightly predictable drama about two female ex-cons.

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This Wide Night
Review by Matthew Murray

Writing derivative plays isn't a crime, but sitting through them - particularly when you go to the theatre frequently - can feel like a punishment.

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Palomino
Review by Bob Verini

Gives ironic new meaning to the phrase "Manhattan carriage trade."

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Review: 'Palomino' at the Kirk Douglas Theatre by Charles McNulty

Like many good raconteurs, Cale doesn't always know when enough is enough. The issue here isn't length but focus. "Palomino" hasn't quite figured out its own proportions.

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Love, Loss and What I Wore

The easy to mount girls-night-out-show at the Geffen

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Love, Loss, and What I Wore
Review by Bob Verini

You made it through "The Vagina Monologues." Now five more women describe all the other body parts.

Linked From Variety at 12:00AM

Take Flight
Reviewed By: Gwen Orel

Take Flight is the kind of intellectually challenging and thoroughly engrossing musical we don't see enough of these days. Here's hoping it continues to soar, perhaps on Broadway, sometime very soon.

Linked From TheaterMania at 12:00AM

When Grieving Is an Awkward Family Affair By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

Grieving becomes an awkward way to bond in Ellen Fairey's "Graceland," an understated, affecting drama.

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'Graceland' is a not so grave comedy BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

'Two and a Half Men' regular Marin Hinkle leads LCT3's airy production

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GRACELAND reviewed by David Sheward

Ellen Fairey's dark comedy has a lot going for it with finely observed characters and relationships, but she reaches for sitcom laughs a tad too often.

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Graceland
Reviewedby:Dan Bacalzo

Marin Hinkle leads a strong cast in playwright Ellen Fairey's uneasy mix of tragedy and comedy.

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A Streetcar Named Desire
Reviewedby:Jonathan Abarbanel

David Cromer's take on Tennessee Williams' classic drama practically overwhelms the viewer with its brute physicality.

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The Bilbao Effect

The American Institute of Architects is an apt site specific setting for Oren Safdie's mock trial of a Starchitect whose latest project has brought less than beneficial consequences

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The Bilbao Effect
Reviewed By: Andy Propst

Unfortunately, the work, broadly directed by Brendan Hughes, eventually devolves into sophomoric silliness.

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WHITE WOMAN STREET reviewed by Gwen Orel

Touching revelations in Act Two redeem too much talk in Act One of this drama from Sebastian Barry.

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White Woman Street
Reviewedby:Barbara & Scott Siegel

Sebastian Barry's ambitious stage western explores the issue of personal guilt.

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KILLING WOMEN reviewed by Mark Peikert

Directed with nary a thought to comic rhythms by Adam Fitzgerald, Marisa Wegrzyn's play never feels like the satire of corporate life it's meant to be.

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Annie Get Your Gun
Reviewedby:Sandy MacDonald

Jenn Gambatese fires on all cylinders as Annie Oakley in Goodspeed Opera House's enjoyable revival of the classic 1946 musical.

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Sun's bright for improv musical By Wendy Rosenfield

Rodgers and Hammerstein Are Dead is funny from the very first line, when our Alaskan heroine trills, "It's my favorite time of the year / the half when the sun is out."

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The Housewives of Mannheim
Reviewed By: Sandy MacDonald

Jessica L. Parks' set for Alan Brody's nuanced 1944-set-drama The Housewives of Mannheim, now at 59E59Theaters, is so true to the movie norm of the day you half expect the actors to material…

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A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky

After a difficult first hour this sets up powerful, emotional, electric shocks

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Review: 'Crimes of the Heart' at South Coast Repertory by David C. Nichols

You could imagine a more consistently effervescent or piercing "Crimes of the Heart," but it would do a disservice to the expert pleasures of this delightful revival.

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Broadway box office on the rise

'Cage,' 'Fela!' benefit from Tony nominations

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Ashley Olsen And Justin Bartha's Plane Makes Emergency Landing By Kara Warner

Olsen and Bartha weren't the only actors aboard the plane: "Californication" actress Pamela Adlon and Jarrod Spector of Broadway's "Jersey Boys" were also passengers.

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Cannes Film Festival 2010: Salma Hayek set to make comeback BY Roger Friedman, SHOWBIZ411.COM

Jessica Biel will star in the Broadway musical version of "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown."

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The Real Reason NBC is Canceling 'Law & Order' By Brian Steinberg, Advertising Age

Despite the program's near-ubiquity across the set-top box, its original episodes no longer commanded great respect from advertisers.

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