Monday, May 25, 2015

A Permanent Theater Festival on Puget Sound By PATRICK HEALY

Seattle is alive with artistic energy. While the city's musical voices thrive, stage productions are on the rebound after the loss of prized playhouses.

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In Lower Manhattan, the Echo of the Yiddish Stage Endures By STEFAN KANFER

The Chinese and Latinos have provided their own cultural layers to the flavor of the Lower East Side, where Jewish culture and Yiddish theater still thrive.

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WEEKEND IN NEW YORK
Seeing the Show Without Breaking the Bank By SETH KUGEL

There are plenty of ways to go to the theater -- and even get great seats to Tony Award-winning Broadway shows -- for under $50.

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My New York By STEVEN McELROY

A sampling of what some notable New Yorkers, both those who live here and those who consider the city their spiritual home, are looking forward to this fall.

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Off Off Off Broadway? Try Dublin by PATRICK HEALY

THE half-dozen cocktail tables on the sidewalk by Grogans Pub were mobbed with after-work, pint-packing patrons, but my companion that evening, the American actor Harris Yulin, promised that…

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Shakespeare, and Good Eats in Oregon By JENNIFER MARGULIS

A number of new and wide-ranging restaurants are redrawing Ashland's culinary map.

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To Get Those Summer Tickets in New York, Strategize By FELICIA R. LEE

Shakespeare in the Park tickets can now be requested online, and TKTS has smaller satellite booths in Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan.

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Winter Weekends: New Haven Theaters By NANCY M. BETTER

Savvy theatergoers know New Haven as a place to see top-flight dramatic talent at a significant discount.

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36 HOURS
London By STUART EMMRICH

London is once again back to being a vibrant, electric city - one that more than lives up to the "Cool Britannia" nickname bestowed upon it by Tony Blair.

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36 Hours in New York City By AMY VIRSHUP

In the last year, the city has opened a hot new park and Lincoln Center celebrated its 50th anniversary with a major face-lift.

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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Heads Up: In Chicago, Three Newcomers to the Theater Scene by Elaine Glusac

In Chicago’s north side, three theaters have recently opened, seemingly defying economic logic.

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