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DING DONG DOMA’s GONE!

The second big decision was to show Prop 8 the door.

Providing Fresh SoCal Air for “Much Ado About Nothing”

Joss Whedon gives Shakespeare's comedy a nicely balanced Hollywood garnish.

Tight Economy Foils Reprise, Symphony Gets Reprieve

LA theatre shutting doors, but Nashville orchestra stays afloat.

American Actors in London

Expats from Alaska give advice on finding a way to the U.K.

Help! Vienna Offers Too Much to Experience!

The Vienna Festival, Danube Island Festival, and amazing theatre abound as I write.

What Happens When They Hate It?

We in the theater make the most public of art, so we must accept and acknowledge every opinion expressed.

Can a Spin Doctor Diagnose the Cause?

Ancient statue mysteriously rotates in Manchester Museum.

…And Now a Word or Two About The Theatre World Awards

Check out the hands-down, no-contest awards show winner.

What Allowing the NSA’s Surveillance Says about You and Me

If we are silent, then we shouldn't be surprised to lose our freedoms.

Arts and Culture Fastest-Growing in Charitable Donations

But cultural groups still only receive 5% of nation's giving.

Surveillance State of the Arts

Welcome to the Panopticon.

5 Questions: Charles Ives on “Charles Ives Take Me Home”

The purpose of art is not to hear oneself talk.

O’Neill Center Launching National Music Theatre Institute

$7.8 million project receives $3 million from Connecticut.

Tony, Tony: Every Thought I’ll Ever Know!

What hunk of stage and screen is this week's blind item?

HUD Releases Study of Housing Bias against Same-sex Couples

Finds less-favorable treatment in metropolitan online rental markets.

Through a PRISM Dark Knightly

Endless surveillance is at best a lateral move, not a move forward.

UK Secret Report Proposes Privatizing 3.6 Million Student Loans

Rothschild study calls for retroactively raising loan interest rates to attract private buyers.

The Rising Specter of Privatizing Our Water

Nestlé, others want to make our vital resource a private financial source.
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