Tag Archives: Broadway theatre

I’m Still Here

(Good movie, by the way.  But that’s not what I’m here to talk about.) Just a quick post this morning to say hello to everyone I’ve left hanging. School has sunk its teeth into me (in the best possible way) … Continue reading

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Newsday…Thursday: The Tony Awards

I know, I know…it doesn’t have the same ring as “Newsday Tuesday.”  😦  Breaks my heart a little. The truth is, once we get out of these dog days of summer I may go back to blogging twice a week. We’ll see. … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Yay World Theatre Day!

Today, March 27, is World Theatre Day as established by the International Theatre Institute in 1961, which also means that today, March 27, 2012, is WTD’s 50th Anniversary. So if you can’t make it to Paris to hear John Malkovich speak, … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: SEMINAR by Theresa Rebeck on Broadway

“Do you want to be a writer?” This is the question that not only marks the end of Theresa Rebeck’s new comedy, Seminar, currently running on Broadway, but also captures the essence of Rebeck’s play as a whole; seeing what it costs, how … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: Paula Vogel’s HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, Off-Broadway

Theatre heals the soul in a unique way. Yes, it offers the solace of distraction (I learned as a college junior in American Lit II that I am what they call an “escapist”) but it also has the power to translate the … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Where Can I See Plays Written by Women?

I think it’s about time we not only hear about women playwrights, but actually GO AND SEE plays written by women playwrights, don’t you? So here is my “short” list of where you can see some plays written by women … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: Barbara Lebow’s A SHAYNA MAIDEL

Twice a year I have the privilege of helping my former theatre professor cast the semester’s play at the college where he teaches and directs. I always enjoy this; it reminds me what it was like to audition for a … Continue reading

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