Oily Cart’s LIGHT SHOW at Lincoln Center

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New Group in the Square

In an age dominated by nonprofit theatre companies taking over Broadway houses —from Roundabout’s conquest of the Sondheim to Second Stage’s brand-spanking-new ownership of the Helen Hayes — the New Group should move into the Circle in the Square (once its current tenant, Once on this Island, closes).

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Tom Hanks, Shakespeare, the Los Angeles Theatre Scene, and a Top 10 List

Back when I was but a wee theatre-loving lad growing up in San Diego (quite a good theatre city in its own right), I periodically shlepped up to Los Angeles for a few productions of interest every year.

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All The World’s a Stage, and All the Men and Women Merely Selfish Audiences

My main problem with criticism today, both formal and informal, can be summarized in the phrase: “the selfish audience.”

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