Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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The Little One by Theasy.com

The Kraine Theatre, Off-Off-Bway By Janelle Lannan BOTTOM LINE: The Little One is a serious telling of a fledgling vampire learning the ropes FAST amidst ages of betrayal and history;…

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Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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BROADWAY BARES XX: Stripopoly Opening Number by Bcefatv

BROADWAY BARES XX: Stripopoly Opening Number From: bcefaTV Views: 6350 18 ratings Time: 08:40 More in Nonprofits & Activism

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Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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The Secret Court by Ryan

In 1920, a group of students were expelled from Harvard University during an anti-gay witch hunt, known as The Harvard Secret Court. Many of their lives were ruined, but all of their traje…

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Thursday, July 1, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Understanding Broadway: The Standby

When the star can't go on, the "standby" is waiting in the wings. Meet Merwin Foard, of The Addams Family.

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Writing and performing Bucky's song and dance

Tim Treanor has a conversation with playwright/director D.W. Jacobs and performer Rick Foucheaux from Arena Stage's production of R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe.

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Person to Watch By Nicole Pensiero

All the world's a stage for Ted Wioncek, the producing artistic director of The Collaborative Act Studio.

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Dennis Haysbert Enters the Race By: Iris Wiener

The award-winning actor discusses making his belated Broadway debut in David Mamet's engaging legal drama.

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A New Team Tackles Mamet's Moral Fable of Pride, Prejudice and Susceptibility By BEN BRANTLEY

Eddie Izzard, Dennis Haysbert and Afton C. Williamson join the cast of David Mamet's "Race."

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Race -- Review By Frank Scheck

Thanks to its terrific new cast, David Mamet's problematic legal drama is well worth a second look.

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Railing at a Money-Mad World By BEN BRANTLEY

Al Pacino stars in Daniel Sullivan's marvelous new production of "The Merchant of Venice" in Central Park.

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Al Pacino as Shylock in 'The Merchant of Venice' by LINDA WINER

The headlines belong to Al Pacino's harrowing yet unusually restrained Shylock, and rightly so. But the other news on the Central Park rialto is that "The Merchant of Venice," arguably the m…

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The Merchant of Venice
Reviewedby:Brian Scott Lipton

Daniel Sullivan's memorable production of Shakespeare's play benefits from Al Pacino's decidedly human take on Shylock and Lily Rabe's sublime turn as Portia.

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The Merchant of Venice -- Review By Frank Scheck

Al Pacino's mesmerizing star turn as Shylock dominates this darkly tinged production of Shakespeare's problematic play.

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The Merchant of Venice
Review by Sam Thielman

Helmer Daniel Sullivan handles show's relationships with admirable subtlety making the play shine.

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The Merchant of Venice - Review by Les Gutman

The star attraction is the great Al Pacino, alongside a constellation of smaller stars. All of this power, however, has not tempted Daniel Sullivan to craft a production that detonates the p…

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The Merchant of Venice - Review by Matt Windman

As played by Al Pacino in Dan Sullivan's excellent production at Shakespeare in the Park, Shylock comes off not as a villain, but as both a wildly theatrical and complex tragic figure reacti…

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Pacino's Shylock Is Both Victim And Villain by JOCELYN NOVECK, AP National Writer

The star, though, is unquestionably Pacino, and one of his most effective scenes has been inserted by Sullivan - a wordless one.

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The Merchant of Venice - Reviewed by Erik Haagensen

Strong performances from Al Pacino and Lily Rabe as Shylock and Portia dominate director Daniel Sullivan's uneven production of Shakespeare's problematic "comedy."

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The Merchant of Venice
Review by Matthew Murray

His chief misjudgment here is hiring actors who are usually masters of detailed shading, and then not letting them shade.

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La Jolla program gains grant

The James Irvine Foundation has awarded a $900,000 grant to the La Jolla Playhouse's Theater Without Walls program.

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On the airwaves by Elisabeth Vincentelli

We're in between shows right now, so I'll use the opportunity to plug a couple of punditing appearance.

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Race
Reviewedby:Dan Bacalzo

Eddie Izzard, Dennis Haysbert, and Afton C. Williamson give effective performances in David Mamet's legal drama.

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Al Pacino plays Shylock in Central Park BY ROBERT FELDBERG

The production of "The Merchant of Venice" that opened Wednesday night in Central Park's Delacorte Theater is fresh and dynamic, with a compelling portrayal of Shylock by Al Pacino.
Paradoxically, it also makes a strong case that, no matter how well presented, Shakespeare's play doesn't - can't - work dramatically for a modern audience.

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Al Pacino does a mean Shylock in Central Park BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

Pacino's earthy Shylock and Byron Jennings' anguished Antonio - the merchant of the title - give some weight to the production, which otherwise is airily played.

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Apatow developing Pee-wee Herman pic

Reubens is writing script with thesp-scribe Rust

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Meryl Streep to play Margaret Thatcher - THR EXCLUSIVE By Borys Kit

Meryl Streep is in talks to reteam with her "Mamma Mia!" director Phyllida Lloyd for "Thatcher," a biopic of the controversial and long-governing former British prime minister.

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Prince Music Theater gets a reprieve By Sam Wood

The drama at the Prince Music Theater in Center City is fast reaching a climax.

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Stratford in the spotlight by Richard Ouzounian

Canuck fest hits stride under McAnuff leadership

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Shakespeare's Globe survives second "Henry VIII" play by Paul Casciato

William Shakespeare's Globe theater has finally put a 400-year-old taboo to rest by staging the play which burned the original house down during the Bard's lifetime.

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