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New Review: The River Crosses Rivers: Series A

While created by women playwrights of color, what's alluring about these plays isn't an obsession with ethnicity.

New Review: The Provenance of Beauty

A trip through the South Bronx, a part of New York City audiences rarely see. Is gentrification good or not? The author's ambivalence demands that outsiders decide.

Special ‘5 Questions’: Director Jordana Williams Interviews Playwright Mac Rogers

When you hit your 30s, you start to think, Huh, there is actually going to be some kind of future ahead of me and perhaps I can, in some small way, define it.

New Review: The Retributionists

Daniel Goldfarb's play turns the tale of anti-German vengefulness in the wake of the Holocaust into a barely believable series of melodramatic occurrences.

For Playwrights: NY Foundation for the Arts Accepting Apps for ’10...

NYFA has awarded over $22 million to more than 3,600 New York artists.

What Jordan Roth’s Ascension Could Mean for Independent Theater in New...

Watch Jordan Roth's actions as well as his words.

Boomerang’s “100 Hamiltons”: What Indie-Theater Fundraising Tactics Work Best?

Are there best practices for indie theater fundraising campaigns?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jesse Alick

Oskar Eustis and Suzan-Lori Parks are the kind of people that if you sent them an email or called them up, they would answer.

2010 Frigid Festival Now Accepting Applications

The first 15 shows: first come, first served basis. The next 12: by lottery. The final three: companies in the CAFF Touring Lottery.

The Lesson(s) of the Great Doric Wilson

Had he not been forcibly removed from academia, Doric Wilson might never have met Joe Cino...

Here’s Why You Should See “The Event” in the New York...

The salient line in John Clancy's "The Event": "We have become, somehow, deep down, unmoored."

New Review: Baking With Bertha

This slice-of-cooking-life solo show stars a well-padded grandmother who celebrates butter and offers parodies of right-wing bugaboos. Dig in!

terraNOVA Names Seven Playwrights to Groundbreakers Group

Seven playwrights, six months, three table reads -- new theater.

Gayfest NYC Accepting Submissions for Spring 2010 Festival

Young and emerging writers, as well as experienced and professional playwrights and composers, are encouraged to submit their work.

‘Culinary Throwdown’ Planned for Off-Off-Broadway Show

A not-so-Pillsbury cook-off for Off-Off-Broadway companies.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Nick Brennan and Luke Jones

Members of the creative team behind the twice-extended Thank You For Being a Friend talk about parody laws and Estelle Getty's hemorrhoids.

Subjective Theatre Co. Announces 2009-10 Season, All Performances Free

A wide range of politically and socially relevant theatre for free.

Danny Masterson Headed for the New York Stage — Well, Privately,...

Steven Hyde in a real Jekyll of a play.

New Review: Etty

Despite direction by Austin Pendleton, none of Etty's various attributes are necessarily translated into solid action.

New Review: Wildflower

It's challenging to identify true beauty among so many weeds.
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