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The privileged often do excellent work. It's easier when you're not working to pay your bills.
A new theater at the South Street Seaport.
"In reality...we make the same mistakes over and over again, each human civilization screwing up and collapsing in its turn."
I guess it's easier for certain theater critics to be intellectually disingenuous each August than put one's money where one's big mouth is all year long.
Cordoning off the world of one of America's greatest theatrical voices from those most eager to explore it.
How do we prepare audiences for controversial work? A panel in Chicago.
A signal to the people of Waterbury that freedom of speech is three-fifths of what it used to be.
You don't put the gun on trial for shooting someone, do you?
Puppetry, it turns out, is a great way to picture Dietrich's sullen scene as she set it.
"I'm amazed how many [audiences]...think going to the theater gives them a license to take a nap."
Did three men win a Nobel by dint of one woman?
"I don't believe the American theater has let down the LGBT community," says the playwright.
Critics don't really want influence. They want exercise.
No doubt many of you arose this morning and rushed like mad, mad fiends to your computer to read what Michael Riedel had to...