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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.

The Pearl of Sullivan’s Travels

J.R. Sullivan, the Pearl Theatre Company's new artistic director, is proving to be a classicist, a pragmatist and a realist.

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

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

What the Closing of the Ohio Theatre Really Means

One of Soho's last non-commercial arts centers will close Aug. 31. The arts community itself is to blame.

Daniel Ellsberg, Carl Bernstein Join NY Theatre Workshop Talkbacks

It's 1971 and the nation is at war.

Special Guests Lined Up for TalkOut Mondays, Starting March 1 at...

Panelists abound! The play tells the story of two men falling in love as they build the first pre-Stonewall gay-rights organization.

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

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

Charles Isherwood to Off-Off-Broadway: Drop Dead? Berger Says Yes.

Everything depends on how one defines "major."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Daniel Reitz

Only about 12 people will be able to see Afterclap per performance.

Curse of the Legend Class: The Apparent Tragedy of Peter Brook

One comes away with the impression that one of the 20th century's most influential theater directors has lived too long.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jan Buttram

How many ways can you write, "I didn't see which way he went?" It's in the character's background where you achieve specificity.

Is the “NEA-Rejected” Women’s Project Playing with Fire?

Are there risks for the Women's Project in hammering away publicly that it was "NEA-rejected"?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Andrew Goffman

"I thought life was really like those movies where the handyman shows up and is immediately seduced by the housewife."

New Review: Ernest in Love

This insistently mediocre musical version of the Wilde play is nevertheless given performances shot through with spirit and energy.

The Problem — and a Tale — of Theater Productions Starting...

"Don't you know there's a new law?" asked the usher. "You can't talk on your cell phone inside the theater."

B’way PR Giant Boneau/Bryan-Brown Flatters CF Report with ‘5 Questions’

With deference, to be sure, to the great, if largely forgotten, Charles Caleb Colton.

Some (Theater) Critics Drink. So What?

More critics would like more shows -- or at least be kinder to them -- if more of them actively drank.

HERE Plucking New Artists for HARP

HARP nurtures hybrid artists and their audiences through cross-disciplinary exchange, peer-driven discussions and long-term development.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jeffrey Solomon

"Someone asked me if I have a sexual thing for Santa Claus," says Solomon. "And the answer is NO."
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