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The Year of the Baby
From The Year of the Baby On the way to your seat at The Year of the Baby at Soho Rep, you have to walk on the set, the floor of which is wall-to-wall ...
Vieux Carré
By Robert Kent · Apr 4, 2000 · New York City
From Vieux Carré "Faggots! They all do something artistic!" Those words from Tennessee Williams' Vieux Carré are echoed in the production
Animal Magnetism
By Jessica Leader · Apr 3, 2000 · New York City
If there were awards for Best Program for an Off-Off Broadway Play--or even Best Program for a Live Cartoon in Animal Drag, as Mabou Mimes's newest piece, Animal
Boy Gets Girl
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
From Boy Gets Girl Chicago-based playwright Rebecca Gilman has won a Joseph Jefferson Award, the Roger L. Stevens Award from the Kennedy Center Fund for New
Voice of Good Hope
By Catey Sullivan · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
Cheryl Lynn Bruce andDaniel Mooney inVoice of Good HopePhoto: Liz Lauren As an actress, Kristine Thatcher has had a powerful way with words, whether boiling
Ballad Hunter
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 3, 2000 · Chicago
Ann Whitney (top) andCheryl Leigh Williams inBallad Hunter The photo display in the Chicago Dramatists lobby chronicles pioneering musical folklorists John L
Shopping and F**king
By Meg Donivan · Mar 31, 2000 · Los Angeles
To answer your first question: yes. In Mark Ravenhill's award-winning play, now receiving its L.A. premiere at the Celebration Theatre (after a hit run at San ...
Aida
By David Finkle · Mar 31, 2000 · New York City
Adam Pascal and Heather Headleyshare a quiet moment in Aida Perhaps the most striking aspect of the Elton John-Tim Rice Aida is how un-striking it is. ...
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
By Julio Martinez · Mar 31, 2000 · Los Angeles
Elers and Byrd inBeauty Queen Youthful Irish playwright Martin McDonagh has a talent for instilling an undulating vein of comedy within the most angst-ridden, ...
Mary Stuart
By Iris Fanger · Mar 31, 2000 · Boston
From Mary Stuart The facts of history--rearranged--made rich fodder for German playwright Friedrich Schiller in his search for the truth in the relationship

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