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Daytime, Oh, Daytime…Wherefore Art Thou?

Fifty year old "General Hospital" is still the best that daytime has to offer.

Is Street Fashion the Only True Fashion?

Since every day we all see people in clothes, doesn't our opinion on what's seen count?

Let’s Hear It for Marion Dougherty and Casting Genius

Here's how the New York casting director changed Hollywood right through today.

Cinderella Stories, or Girls Take Broadway

The Cinderella formula is increasingly affecting what musicals get produced.

Water Supply: Efforts to Act Locally and Globally

From Andover, MN to the WEF, citizens weigh our vital liquid.

Gender Inequality and Nudity in Theater

It's how you dress--or undress--for the part.

35 Years of Women Playwrights’ Voices Center Stage

The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize is seeing a major celebration.

Mitt’s Slick Pick

Romney's VP choice Paul Ryan loves war and the unregulated very wealthy.

Off-Broadway’s Wicked Women Are Maybe Not So Wicked

"Where are the American plays?" Great question.

Do You Want to Be a Political Wife?

Go see these guys Saturdays at 9:30pm at the PIT.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, Reshma Saujani and Me

If an incumbent of 18 years has to vilify her opponent, to treat her like an adversary on Celebrity Deathmatch, then the race is already lost.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Ching Valdes-Aran

"It is still exasperating, yet thrilling, to be challenged to create a character in such a short period of time."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Marielle Heller

Being a teenager, Heller says, "is always volatile and emotional...it's the most confusing time of our lives."

The Year of Living Statistically, Part III: The Quality Question

Women have the economic power to support female playwrights, even to demand them. They seem to be choosing not to. Why?

Special 5 Questions: Actor David Carson Interviews Writer Alex Bond

Removing myth from our idea of American gay life in the 1970s.

‘Women Cook for Women’ Benefit Set for Mon., March 8

A March 8 benefit for a theater company producing women artists for 32 years.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Najla Said

Said has discovered "that many, many people seem to have a violent reaction to the word 'Palestine.'"