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All Over the Map
Lewis and Clark Reach the Euphrates in L.A., Alice in D.C., and As You Like It in Madison, N.J.
Going to the Mattress Again
Filichia compares the new TV version of Once Upon a Mattress with the previous two.
Springtime in December
The Siegels predict that the film version of The Producers will be a big hit, and they are moved by Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life.
Dog Sees God
Bert V. Royal's play about the Peanuts gang in their teen years is clever, dark, and very funny.
Almost Heaven to Close on December 31
Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver (Photo © Joan Marcus) Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver, a revue of the late singer/
Bogosian, Hoffman, Meara Set for The Little Flower of East Orange Reading
Philip Seymour Hoffman(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Eric Bogosian, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Anne Meara will join Elizabeth Canvan, Jeffrey DeMunn, Richie Petr
The Wedding Singer to Play the Hirschfeld
Laura Benanti (Photo © Joan Marcus) The Wedding Singer, a stage musical adaptation of the hit 1999 Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore film comedy, will begin pe
Hecht, Auberjonois, Rogers, Harris, Donovan Set for Velvet Sky Reading
Jessica Hecht (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Jessica Hecht, Remy Auberjonois, Reg Rogers, Jenn Harris, and Conor Donovan will star in a free reading of Roberto Aguir
Restoration Comedy
Neil Maffin and Caralyn Kozlowski in Restoration Comedy (Photo © Chris Bennion) Like a piece of divinity -- the candy, not the vi
Winnie the Pooh
A scene from Winnie the Pooh (Photo © Feld Entertainment) When I was a boy, I owned a stuffed Tigger. He was always my favorite inhabitant of the Hundred