Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

New Voices of 2009 by Paper Mill Playhouse

New Voices of 2009 From: PaperMillPlayhouse Views: 2617 7 ratings Time: 05:38 More in Entertainment

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

0189: Pizza and the Wolf by MusicalTalk

As Wolfboy - the Musical heads to London, Thos talks to composer Leon Parris about his award winning career; and hear from Steve Ross, the greatest living American cabaret star, as he return…

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Miscast 2010 by MCC Theater

Miscast 2010 MCC Theater's annual Miscast gala is one of the most exciting and unique theater events in town. Each year, Broadway's hottest stars performing songs from roles in whic…

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Drop Shot By: Brian Scott Lipton

Theater veterans Brooke Elliott, Kate Levering, and Josh Stamberg talk about starring on the hit Lifetime series Drop Dead Diva.

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Die Roten Punkte
Reviewedby:Perry Tannenbaum

The hilarious duo's unique mixture of rock and role play is sure to be a hit at the Spoleto Festival.

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The Boards: Show Cops by Michael Schulman

The police precincts that cover Broadway theatres will receive an honorary Tony, but Inspector William Matusiak of Midtown North has never heard of Officer Krupke...

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The Strand - Monday 31st May 2010

The best of the world's arts, film, music, literature and music brought to you every day. Today, a special programme with actress Angela Lansbury. Presented by Mark Coles.

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Broadway looks ahead, embraces YouTube and video by Christine Kearney

A current round of shows depend on million-dollar multimedia displays like never before, bringing video upstage after years of being relegated mostly to backdrop status.

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Expansion of Washington area theaters leads to more plays by visiting companies By Peter Marks

Visiting troupes are filling more slots in local playhouses

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Gypsy Rose Lee's Wichita debut: Just a tease? By BOB CURTRIGHT

The son of Gypsy Rose Lee bring memories of his mom to the Orpheum.

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With 'Sycamore Trees,' composer digs deep into his past By Mary Carole McCauley

Ricky Ian Gordon's autobiographical plays comes to Signature Theatre

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Kate Burton's Grand Adventure By: Gerard Raymond

The three-time Tony Award nominee returns to the stage as actress Katharine Cornell in A.R. Gurney's The Grand Manner.

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Miniatures Amplify a Story of Horror By PATRICIA COHEN

Hotel Modern, a Dutch theater group, uses a miniature scale model of Auschwitz to bring a story of horror to life at St. Ann's Warehouse.

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Critic's Notebook
In her footsteps, following her example By Meredith Goldstein

Ann Landers play inspires another advice columnist

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More Thor is more than OK on 'Nurse Jackie' by Maureen Ryan

Most actors have great stories to tell. But not many actors can say they hung out at Chicago's Melrose Diner with Liza Minnelli. Now that's a story.

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'Treme' star lets conscience be his guide By Christopher Wallenberg

Peters returns to the stage for 'Whipping Man'

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The Whipping Man

Barrington Stage has launched its summer 2010 season with another drama to prove that summer theater needn't be the equivalent of the beach read.

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REVIEW: The Whipping Man at Barrington Stage Company By Chris Newbound

A terrific and promising first offering that immediately sets the bar for all other productions to come.

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Theater Review | 'Jack's Precious Moment'
He Was No Angel. But a Plaster Saint? By RACHEL SALTZ

The Christian family in Samuel D. Hunter's play grapples, often confusedly, with questions about God's will and adorable ceramic figurines.

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Theater Review | 'White Woman Street'
An Outlaw Chasing a Train and His Own Terrible Past By JASON ZINOMAN

The Irish Repertory Theater stages an early work by Sebastian Barry, focusing on an outlaw with a burdensome past.

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The malady lingers on at the Schoolhouse Theater By Peter D. Kramer

There are two remedies for what ails the uneven production of Molière's "The Imaginary Invalid" at the Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls: Time and pace.

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This One Girl's Story - Reviewed by Oscar E. Moore

A powerful, promising and moving new original musical with a score by Dionne McClain-Freeney that is fresh and vibrant.

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Season ends on an uptick

The final week in the 2009-10 season (May 17-23) came in with only a slight lift over the previous frame but a $2.4 million boost over the same week last year -- $22.9 million vs. $20.5 mil.

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