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David Greenspan in Alien Boy Norman Mailer once wrote that short stories are much harder to craft than novels because a short story has to be perfect. The ...
Detail of a Larger Work
By Lucia Mauro · May 30, 2000 · Chicago
Photo Credit:Michael Brosilow In Lisa Dillman's latest dramatic effort, Detail of a Larger Work, an attempted meditation on mortality and the artistic process gets
The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon
By Jonathan Abarbanel · May 30, 2000 · Chicago
Calling themselves "a collective of artists," a consortium of senior Chicago theater talents have come together under the banner of Running With Scissors to present the world ...
Nosferatu
By Raven Snook · May 30, 2000 · New York City
From Nosferatu Yet another incarnation of Dracula. The Telluride Repertory Theatre and Paul Lucas in association with HERE have brought their new con
Fall
By Michael Bettencourt · May 26, 2000 · Boston
From Fall In Fall, Bridget Carpenter's new award-winning play, the story revolves around 14-year-old Lydia. Dragged off to summer swing-dance camp by her pa
The Winter's Tale
By Iris Fanger · May 26, 2000 · Boston
From The Winter's Tale Of all the Shakespearean plays in the canon, none makes less sense than The Winter's Tale, with its two-part structure, rapid change
Ballad Hunter
By Dany Margolies · May 26, 2000 · Los Angeles
Liz Herron and Carl J. Johnsonin Ballad Hunter. Appalachia, 1937. Roosevelt's Rural Electrification Administration will soon change the lifestyles of those ...
Follies
By Julio Martinez · May 26, 2000 · Los Angeles
East West Players, the oldest established Asian Pacific American theater company in the U.S., has enjoyed great success with the work of Stephen Sondheim in the ...
Bed and Sofa
By Terri Roberts · May 26, 2000 · Los Angeles
Scott Dicken, Emily Kosloski,and Tim Maloney in Bed and Sofa. Silence probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind when someone is thinking about writing ...
Proof
By Melissa Rose Bernardo · May 24, 2000 · New York City
From Proof Director Daniel Sullivan has many talents: One need only look at the past few years, and his glorious productions of classics such as Ah, Wildern

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