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Why I Voted to Give a Tony to the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and...

Start discovering the undiscovered. And stop working with so many usual suspects.

O’Neill Center Launching National Music Theatre Institute

$7.8 million project receives $3 million from Connecticut.

O’Neill: ‘Open Submissions’ for 2011 Playwrights Confab

I'm aiming for something one often discovers within the plays done at the O'Neill: real, and rich, dialogue.

Reunion of O’Neill Theater Center Alums, Mon., Feb. 1

The National Theater Institute is celebrating a milestone.

How WVF Champions Theater Women in Denver and Beyond

It's all about attitude, "Hattitude" and making women a central artistic priority.

Why TV is Poaching Playwrights and How to Get Them Back

Shakespeare: 3 plays, 1 year. Today: 1 play, 3 years...or more.

Founding Visions: Orson Welles and Dangerous Theater

Orson Welles didn't fear challenging the status quo -- why do we?

Theater For Dummies

Throwing voices to throw your audience.

Heart of an Amateur (Part 3)

A theater crossroads: Amateur idealism or professional pragmatism? It's time to choose.

In Search of a Vision for the American Theatre (Part 1)

We light our candles on the candles of our predecessors.

5 Questions: Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. Raises “All God’s Chillun” Aloft

Interracial marriage -- huge for the 1920s.

The Future Is Unwritten

Let's get started. Let's run like blind lunatics, like lemmings in love with the cliff.

Playwrights Horizons’ Sanford Writes a Lengthy Letter on Length

Does "The Flick," Annie Baker's 3-Hour work, really need an artistic director's apologia?

Court Order Keeps D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company at Home

January hearing to further clarify regional Tony-winner's status with Lansburgh Theatre.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Cara Reichel

"I think what most people who 'don't like musicals' object to is a sense of the often fluffy, sugary and superficial..."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Phyllis Somerville

"Go for the snapper, not for the mackerel."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jeremy Bobb

"I think Hamlet can be funny. I think."

American Theatre Critics Conference, Day .5-Day 1

"The problem is the wireless in your hotel, not with your computer." Thank you for your wisdom, Sensei.

American Theatre Critics Conference, Day .5-ish

And you thought your life was tough. Sit down and read.

Clyde Fitch Report Nominated for Kreativ Blogger Award

The CFR is proud to make the list -- and to nominate seven other blogs for consideration.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?