Friday, February 21, 2014

Sutton Foster Will Be Up There In Lights Again by Brian Scott Lipton

  “I give you fair warning. Up there, in lights, I’ll be!” When 22-year-old Sutton Foster sang those hopeful Martin … Read More →

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The Most Deserving Catherine Trieschmann by Adam Szymkowicz

Author’s note: Catherine Trieschmann is best know for Crooked (Bush Theater, Women’s Project) and last season’s How the World Began … Read More →

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Michael McKean Gets Serious by Jonathan Mandell

Celebrated Comedian Takes on Villainous Role as J. Edgar in All the Way Wherever he goes, Michael McKean—actor, writer, comedian, … Read More →

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Andy Karl Steps Into the Ring by Whitney Spaner

When amateur boxer Rocky Balboa was plucked from the gritty streets of Philadelphia to fight champion Apollo Creed in Sylvester … Read More →

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The Rude Mechs 28 People, One Inimitable Approach to Theatre by Lisa Lewis

Ten white middle-aged Texans walk into Lincoln Center. Before you imagine Stetsons and cowboy boots—picture Austin hipsters, members of the … Read More →

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Saturday, December 21, 2013

For Kelli O’Hara Love Knows No Bounds on Broadway by Whitney Spaner, Photo: Rachael Hughes

When it comes to falling in love, no one does it better than Kelli O’Hara. As one of Broadway’s go-to … Read More →

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Jessie Mueller Feels “Beautiful” by Brian Scott Lipton Photographs By Joan Marcus

Casting a biomusical like Jersey Boys or A Night With Janis Joplin often comes down to finding an actor who … Read More →

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George Street Playhouse has Production Values of a “Saint” by Brian Scott Lipton

New Jersey may be known for many things, including The Sopranos and Jersey Shore, but many people are unaware of … Read More →

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Two’s Company – Small Ensemble Magnifies Musical Whodunit by Floyd Sklaver, Photo: Joan Marcus

“What I want people to know more than anything,” actor Jeff Blumenkrantz said,“is I think of this show as a … Read More →

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God Bless Texas and Robert Askins by Adam Szymkowicz, Photo: Laura Barisonz

A Lone Star for the New York Stage Author’s Note: One of my favorite shows this past season was the … Read More →

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Brian J. Smith Adds Dimension to Menagerie by Lisa Lewis, Celia Keenan-Bolger and Brian J. Smith Photo: Michael J. Lutch

“I wasn’t a popular kid. I wasn’t even a geeky kid,” said Brian J. Smith, who’s garnering raves as the … Read More →

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Drunk on Shakespeare – Three Day Hangover Company Takes the Bard to Bars by Jonathan Mandell, The Three Day Hangover Founders: David Hudson, Lori Wolter Hudson and Beth Gardiner

Lori Wolter Hudson remembers having a nervous breakdown in middle school in Indiana when her teacher assigned her to recite … Read More →

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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Tracee Chimo is even better when she’s bad by Brian Scott Lipton Photo: Jon Holloway

No one would blame Tracee Chimo if she changed her name to Tracee Chameleon—and not just for its shock value … Read More →

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Sharr White the double life of a playwright by Lisa Lewis

Like Mad Men’s Ken Cosgrove, 43-year-old playwright Sharr White leads a double life. He’s an ad man by day fulfilling … Read More →

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A Time for Broadway: Sebastian Arcelus Stars in Stage Production of Grisham Classic by Royal Young | Photo: Courtesy Of Sebastian Arcelus

“I literally received the offer for A Time To Kill while sitting in the defendant’s chair in a Bronx court … Read More →

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Halley Feiffer: On Spanx, Pinkberry, and How To Go Through Life The Right Way by Adam Szymkowicz | Illustration By Marlowe Leverett

NYTM: You’re in the new Ethan Coen play at Atlantic right now. At the same time, a play you wrote … Read More →

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