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Friday, April 12, 2019

The Feingold Column: Mythical Musicals by Michael Feingold

Broadway has seen many musicals, but the ones it’s never seen still fascinate The post The Feingold Column: Mythical Musicals appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Friday, March 29, 2019

The Feingold Column: Of Merch and Memorabilia by Michael Feingold

What objects survive to tell the theater’s vanishing story? The post The Feingold Column: Of Merch and Memorabilia appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Monday, February 11, 2019

The Feingold Column: The Dramas of (and in) Books by Michael Feingold

As the Drama Book Shop staves off its final curtain, a consideration of the magnetism books—and their permanence—hold for theater people The post The Feingold Column: The Dramas of (and…

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

The Feingold Column: Explaining Alvin Epstein by Michael Feingold

When the great, polymathic actor died in December, the theater lost one of its most remarkable artists The post The Feingold Column: Explaining Alvin Epstein appeared first on New York Stage…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Feingold Column: That ‘Fiddler’ Incident by Michael Feingold

A drunk yells, a panic starts, a columnist worries. Should he? The post The Feingold Column: That ‘Fiddler’ Incident appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

The Feingold Column: A Great Playwright’s Odyssey by Michael Feingold

The late María Irene Fornés wandered through many forms, rewriting the rules as she went The post The Feingold Column: A Great Playwright’s Odyssey appeared first on New York Stage Revie…

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

The Feingold Column: How Can Theater Confront Its Past? by Michael Feingold

Recent revivals of problematic classics such as Carousel and My Fair Lady recognize a problem but don’t solve it The post The Feingold Column: How Can Theater Confront Its Past? appeared f…

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Monday, October 1, 2018

The Feingold Column: Doing Without Theater by Michael Feingold

In his debut column for New York Stage Review, the longtime Village Voice critic reflects on a season of no playgoing The post The Feingold Column: Doing Without Theater appeared first on Ne…

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Respecting 'Allegiance': Unsuccessful Shows Close; Other Kinds of Failure Enjoy Long Runs | Village Voice by Michael Feingold

The new Broadway musical Allegiance has posted its closing notice and will be vacating the Longacre Theatre on February 14. This makes me sad — not because I had a particularly good time a…

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Monday, May 25, 2015

Paul Weitz's Trust Is a Lame Game by Michael Feingold

The playwright serves up another savorless meringue

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Gatz Tries a Novel Approach to Fitzgerald by Michael Feingold

Tendered is the text in ERS's latest show

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Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, La Bete, and A Life in the Theatre--Second Helpings on 45th Street by Michael Feingold

A fake Andrew Jackson and a fake Moliere join a real Patrick Stewart on Broadway

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The Language Archive and Driving Miss Daisy Offer Bittersweet Fables by Michael Feingold

A new play from Julia Cho, an old one from Alfred Uhry

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The Millennium Recedes: Looking Back at Angels in America by Michael Feingold

The Signature Theatre and Michael Grief remount Tony Kushner's seminal play

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Leftists, Ladies, and Lenders--After the Revolution, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, and The Merchant of Venice by Michael Feingold

New work from Amy Herzog and Jeffrey Lane and David Yazbek; plus Shakespeare hits Broadway

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Finishing the Hat--the Lyrics and Kvetches of Stephen Sondheim by Michael Feingold

The Broadway composer looks back at the first decades of his career

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Lay of the Land and Let Them Eat Cake Draw the Battle Lines by Michael Feingold

Return of the downtowners--new work from Tim Miller and Holly Hughes

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Uncle Tom's Cabin Shows What American Culture Was—And Maybe Still Is by Michael Feingold

The Metropolitan Playhouse revives the Harriet Beecher Stowe classic

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Three Pianos Hits All the Right Notes by Michael Feingold

A delightful show at NYTW gives theatergoers a chance to drink to Schubert--and with him

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Edward Albee, Judith Malina, and the Soul of Off-Broadway by Michael Feingold

The reopening of the Provincetown Playhouse helps theater (and a critic) look both backward and onward

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A Small Fire Blazes Up at Playwrights Horizons by Michael Feingold

Great actors give birth to a new play by Adam Bock

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Green Eyes Checks In by Michael Feingold

A Tennessee Williams obscurity gets staged at the Hudson Hotel

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Ellen Stewart (1919-2011) by Michael Feingold

Remembering the woman who helped invent downtown theater

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Romulus Linney (1931-2011) by Michael Feingold

The theater loses a true American playwright

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Other Desert Cities, Where the Family Business Is Deception by Michael Feingold

Jon Robin Baitz heads to Palm Springs for his new play

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The Walk Across America for Mother Earth Would Make Ellen Stewart Smile by Michael Feingold

Taylor Mac and crew hoof it West in nice costumes

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The New York Idea--Engaged With Divorce by Michael Feingold

David Auburn tries revamping a century-old American play for the Atlantic Theater

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The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore Gets a Rare Revival by Michael Feingold

Tennessee Williams heads off to Sicily

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Lost in the Stars Sings South African Tragedy by Michael Feingold

Encores! revives Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson's adaptation of Cry, the Beloved Country

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