Thursday, November 3, 2005 at midnight (Broadway Time)

The Winter's Tale
Reviewed By: Dan Bacalzo

Director Edward Hall and his all-male troupe Propeller return to BAM with a stunning production of this Shakespeare play.

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'Pirate Queen' tryout to drop anchor here

Broadway in Chicago is expected to announce Thursday that "The Pirate Queen," the latest musical from "Les Miserables" collaborators Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, will sail into…

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Audio Slide Show: Your 'Flight' Director

Trip Cullman describes his role as director of the Sarah Schulman play, "Manic Flight Reaction."

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There's no place like 'Was' BY MISHA DAVENPORT

Tina Landau is as exhilarated as Dorothy was when she opened the farmhouse door and left sepia-toned Kansas for Technicolor Oz.

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The Little Theater That Can By FRANK RIZZO

TheaterWorks At 20 Is Big Success Story

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The Salvage Shop
Review by Matthew Murray

Yes, it may be a play overly calculated to break your heart without breaking new ground, but a run-of-the-mill success is a success nonetheless.

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A Survivor Bitterly Recalls Abuses of the Khmer Rouge By ANNE MIDGETTE

"Cambodia Agonistes," a revival of a 1992 musical theater piece by the Pan Asian Repertory Theater, has settled into the self-knowledge of middle age.

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The Odd Couple

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