Sunday, July 4, 2010 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for July 4, 2010: Broadway’s Supermen by James Marino

If you would like to listen to the podcast, click on the arrow in the player below. Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Peter Filichia James Marino Matthew Murray Topics: Peter saw: R…

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Sunday, July 4, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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ASK PLAYBILL.COM: Obscure Broadway Theatre Names

The naming of Broadway theatres: The sources of "Cort," "Winter Garden" Longacre" and more.

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Back into the spotlight By Joan Anderman

The irrepressible, enthusiastic Bill Hanney is something of a savior for the North Shore Music Theater, which will reopen July 6 with "Gyspy."

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Temple Repertory Theater combines students with professionals By Howard Shapiro

Usually, college students are preparing to become professionals. But Philadelphia's newest professional theater company opens this week at Temple University, and it's composed mostly of stud…

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Byrd and the Bard By STEPHEN MARCHE

American politics loses more than just its greatest quoter of Shakespeare.

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He's found a joy supreme

Laurence Fishburne is proud to wear the mantle of Justice Thurgood Marshall.

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Arrington practices her juggling act BY MARY HOULIHAN

Actress fits her life into 'Parallelogram'

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Oh, what a drag By Tenley Woodman

Plimoth company presents Shakespeare's work as originally staged

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Review by Fred Sokol

This show is a summertime treat and serves as a magnificent vehicle for highly trained and impressively disciplined actors.

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Airy comedy becomes a solid treat By Howard Shapiro

David Birney, as the ghost of John Barrymore, makes the evening his own, playing mentor to the unskilled actor portrayed by John Patrick Hayden in "I Hate Hamlet."

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Out of Breath in Venice By ANITA GATES

"The Servant of Two Masters," Goldoni's 1743 mistaken-identity farce, is being presented outdoors at the College of St. Elizabeth.

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A Comedic Rap on Shakespeare, D.J. Included By ANITA GATES

"The Bomb-itty of Errors" gives a contemporary twist to an Elizabethan era comedy of mistaken identities.

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'Fuerza Bruta' hits a wall (update) by Chris Jones

The downtown, ravelike show "Fuerza Bruta: Look Up" is closing early on July 11, the show announced Thursday.

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