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Some Notes on “Theatre,” David Mamet’s Mouthy Manifesto

The deficiencies in "Race" were intentional, correlating to a cockamamie manifesto delineated in Mamet's book.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jeremy Bobb

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

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Blanche Devereaux

We found Sophia hogtied on the kitchen table like a pig at a luau with a clown, a midget and an Elvis impersonator.

The Tragicomic Tragicomedy of Peter Scolari

"Comedy chases me," says the actor, who has been diagnosed as manic-depressive.

Special 5 Questions: Director Jeremy Dobrish Interviews Actor Christian Campbell

On acting in the round: "...act with your shoulders and make sure that one's back fat isn't showing."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Steven Cole Hughes

Says Hughes, "Does flying around enhance or illuminate the text in any way? If not, we don't do it."

New Article: Coaching Actors: A Fine Job

A new freelance piece for a great website about the world of coaching.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Christopher Sieber

"A child of a gay male couple," says Sieber, "will never lose a Halloween costume contest...ever."

Who’s Afraid of Kelsey Grammer?

If he pimps his celebrity to promote right-wing views, that's his right, right?

Special 5 Questions: Crystal Skillman Interviews Susan Louise O’Connor

For a playwright -- and an actress fresh from Broadway -- it takes a Vigil.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Frank Blocker

Says Blocker, "If you cannot love yourself for who you are -- flaws and all -- how can you love others?"

New Article: State Arts Cuts Mean Fewer Acting Jobs

It's in the financial interest of Utah Shakespeare not to hire actors.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Fay Ann Lee

"I think 'Ching Chong Chinaman' is a brilliant title, Lee says. "It makes everyone stop in their tracks..."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Michi Barall

It truly isn't a matter of Iph, but when.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Mikel Sarah Lambert

Being victimized by a woman who is boxed in -- and the box gets smaller.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Brandt Johnson

The Harlem Globetrotters do not always win, says the actor.

For the Love of Betty Lynn

Expectations, says Betty Buckley, "can't determine what goes on in my process."

New Interview: Victor Garber — ‘Alias: Essendine’

Returning to Broadway in a Noël Coward play has the veteran actor ecstatic.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jessica Cermak

When push comes to shove, what is more important, one's family and oneself?

The Myth About Star Casting on Broadway and Beyond

Before regional theaters, the business model of the actor-manager was, by definition, about the star.
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