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Family Week
By Ward Morehouse · Apr 18, 2000 · New York City
From Family Week Beth Henley's poetic and sporadically powerful new memory play Family Week receives the virtuoso performance it demands from Angelina Phi
Sunday on the Rocks
By Dany Margolies · Apr 17, 2000 · Los Angeles
Four women stay at home one Sunday--gossiping, playing board games, snacking, reading the paper, and getting majorly inebriated. Does this sound like a chick play?
The Learned Ladies & Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
Moliere in the air:The Learned Ladies A sure sign of Spring in Chicago is the annual two-play rotating rep which always closes out the season at Court Theatre....
Not Only Sleeping
By Lucia Mauro · Apr 16, 2000 · Chicago
A state of dream-awake:Not Only Sleeping For a play described as "a comic meditation on sex and narcissism," Beau O'Reilly's latest work, Not Only Sleeping,
Picasso's Guernica
By Tom Hawkinson · Apr 15, 2000 · New York City
Guernica, by Pablo Picasso Thalia Spanish Theater has been an institution in Sunnyside, Queens for the past 23 years. Over that time their raison d'être h
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan
By David Finkle · Apr 15, 2000 · New York City
Patrick Stewart,currently starring inThe Ride Down Mt. Morgan In a boast to his lawyer, Lyman Felt, the protagonist of Arthur Miller's The Ride Down Mt. Mor
Copenhagen
By Melissa Rose Bernardo · Apr 15, 2000 · New York City
(l. to r.)Philip Bosco, Blair Brown,and Michael Cumpsty inCopenhagenPhoto: Joan Marcus There are a lot of great plays out there right now, but I wonder if au
Bridges
By Rich Mintzer · Apr 15, 2000 · New York City
When Lionel Kranitz last enjoyed a taste of The Big Apple, it was as an actor, both on and Off-Broadway. He now returns as an award-winning playwright and direct
The Sons of Lincoln
By Laura Luna · Apr 14, 2000 · Los Angeles
In today's society, we are continually reminded of the shortcomings of the leadership entrusted to guide our youth into adulthood. From incessant gang violence, to ...
My Fair Lady
By Iris Fanger · Apr 14, 2000 · Boston
Rachael Warren as Eliza Doolittlein Trinity Rep's My Fair LadyPhoto: T. Charles Erickson There's a moment near the end of Trinity Rep's My Fair Lady when Am

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