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Times of Trouble
By Peter Filichia · Jul 21, 2005
Filichia considers The Times to be one of the finest musicals he's seen in years, but is there an audience for it?
Philadelphia, Here I Come!
By David Finkle · Jul 21, 2005
Under Ciarán O'Reilly's lively and sensitive direction, this Brian Friel play is receiving a well-nigh perfect Irish Rep production
Brother
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 21, 2005
Haskell King and Stephanie Sanditz in Brother Photo © Melissa Stewart The set of Lisa Ebersole's Brother, like those of several other plays in New
Ashley Brown to Be Beauty's New Belle
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 21, 2005
Ashley Brown (Photo © Joan Marcus) Ashley Brown will take over the role of Belle in the Broadway production of Beauty and the Beast on September 20, succ
MITF Roundup #1
By Brian Scott Lipton, Dan Bacalzo · Jul 21, 2005
The cast of It's Only a Play (Photo © Jack Aaronson) [Ed. Note: This is the first in a series of TM review roundups of shows in the sixth annual Midto
Arlecchino, Servant of Two Masters
By David Finkle · Jul 21, 2005
Ferruccio Soleri (center) and the cast of Arlecchino (Photo © Luigi Cimanghi) Giorgio Strehler died in 1997, 50 years after found
Santiago-Hudson, Delany, and Bauer Join Cast of Shanley's Defiance at NYS&F at Vassar
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 21, 2005
Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Dana Delany, and Chris Bauer have joined Academy Award winner Chuck Cooper in the cast of
Le Dernier Caravansérail (Odyssées)
By David Finkle · Jul 21, 2005
David Finkle on Ariane Mnouckhine's two-part, six-hour theater piece about the plight of political refugees.
Cast Set for Williamstown's On The Razzle
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 21, 2005
Margaret Colin Margaret Colin, John Lavelle, Aasif Mandvi, Michael McKean, and Brenda Wehrle will head the cast of Tom Stoppard's On The Razzle, which is set ...
Albee Seeing You: Virginia Woolf to Close on September 4
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 20, 2005
Kathleen Turner and Billl Irwin in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Photo © Carol Rosegg) It has just been announced that the Broadway revival of Edwar