Monday, May 25, 2015

Role Play

Playwright Itamar Moses looks behind the curtain of contemporary romance in "Love/Stories."

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Shakespeare for Everyone by Linda Buchwald

TAP Plus Makes Open Captioning Possible for Twelfth Night and Other Shows.

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The Art of Revenge by Mark Blankenship

How "The Retributionists" turns vengeful Holocaust survivors into political theatre.

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Takin' it to the Streets by Mark Blankenship

September is bursting with free (and very public) events to usher in the new Broadway season.

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Never Say Never

Unlike the retired athlete she plays in "Deuce," Marian Seldes doesn't compete at her craft, and she has no intention to leave the arena.

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Acting President

Michael O. Smith pounds "The Bully Pulpit" as Teddy Roosevelt, in a show that's decades in the making.

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Citizen Jane

Jane Alexander returns to the stage to play a feisty aging painter who's "Chasing Manet."

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Royal Drag

In "Cornbury: The Queen's Governor," David Greenspan pays tribute to the other America.

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Directing "Torture"

Nicholas Martin's job is to keep thing fast and light, even-perhaps especially-with Durang's "Why Torture Is Wrong."

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New Ways to Make New Plays By MARK BLANKENSHIP

With its first book, TDF sounds a battle cry for the new American play

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For The Love Of "Yank!" By Linda Buchwald

Members of the "Yank!" family discuss their history with the musical.

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Short, Sharp Shocks

Love him or loathe him, Thomas Bradshaw is a playwright that everyone talks about

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Strange in a Good Way By ERIC GRODE

An Irishman and an African-American both portray the same escaped slave

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Building Character: Andrea Riseborough By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Welcome to Building Character, TDF's ongoing series about actors and how they create their roles.

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This Dress Tells a Story By MARK BLANKENSHIP

The costumes in The Miracle Worker deliver a subtle message

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Full Court Press

Why are there so many plays on Broadway? The ever-busy Jeffrey Richards is one reason.

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Staying After School

TDF's new "Youth Theatre Initiative" fosters a passion for the theatre and encourages teamwork

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Road Trip By Melissa F. Moschitto

The Foundry Theatre stages its new play on a bus

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Dance Dance Revolution By Linda Buchwald

Ten dance shows to look forward to this fall

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The Perfect Room for a "Behanding" By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Designer Scott Pask creates the look of "A Behanding in Spokane"

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Soul' Brother, 'Soul' Sister By Mark Blankenship

Colman Domingo turns his family into theatre

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Let's Get Excited! By Mark Blankenship

15 Broadway Shows to anticipate this fall!

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Hitting "Heights"

Priscilla Lopez returns to musicals--and to her roots--in the rousing "In the Heights."

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Burning Up Broadway! By Linda Buchwald

The international success "Burn the Floor" makes its Broadway debut.

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Easy Being Green

Shuler Hensley is having the time of his life as the misunderstood monster in Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein."

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"Happy" in America By LINDA BUCHWALD

Playwright Lucinda Coxon navigates life as a foreign woman in the New York theatre scene

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Kings for a Day

Once a year, the TDF Costume Collection opens its doors to some special families--and treats them like royalty.

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The Play With a Mind of Its Own By Julia Rosenfeld

The playwright and director of "What Once We Felt" listen to their script

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A Playwright Learns to Emerge By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Wasserstein Prize-winner Marisa Wegrzyn adjusts to her increasing notoriety

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"A Cool Dip" Into a Hot Topic By Laura Hedli

Kia Corthron's latest play divines the political power in water

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