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Weighty Matters, Light Verse: John Lithgow Inks ‘Dumpty’

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One day, reaching for this book will be a good way to revisit the escapades of the Trump presidency -- and to be glad that they're over.

Playwright Rebecca Gilman Finds ‘A Woman of the World’

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The story of Mabel Loomis Todd -- first editor of Emily Dickinson's poetry and much more -- opens Off-Broadway with the timeless Kathleen Chalfant.

Searching for a Shore, This Family Settles Into Silence

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Sudsy plot points with the working-class Holmes family in rural England.

Mother-Daughter Bond: Modern Dancers Make Striking Figures

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New dances in “a kaleidoscope of intersecting shapes and images" show women in all stages.

What Cultural Facilities Forget: The Nuyorican Rules

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Too many cultural organizations and facilities have lost sight of these simple rules.

Playwright Morisseau Revisits Rage in Racist America

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Plays need not be perfect to be important.

Step into the Octagon with Kristiana Colón

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Kristiana Colón combines actors and real poets for the ultimate slam poetry showdown

Sonnets from Shanghai

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Chinese students try their hands at Western sonnets...with mixed results

Finding the Poetry in a Culture at War

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Romero's trilogy of plays on the USA at war are "poetic and surprisingly gentle".

Robin Williams and Comics’ Depression

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Did the late comedian, like so many comedians, share an occupational hazard?

Gay As I Wanna Be

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Did I slip into some alternate America of tolerance and compassion?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: The Wild Project

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"...a man in a trench coat showed up, took it off and looked at the show in the nude."

Doing Lines: Check Out Poetic People Power

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Exploring the economics, psychology and costs of our consumerism culture.

Sweetest Verse, Not Prose, Celebrating Broadway Shows: It’s Twits Poetic

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To publicize 100 performers reading 100 poems, submit one haiku.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Elizabeth A. Davis

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The vulnerability in Dickinson's poetry is "like watching an actor drop lines on stage and then seeing the terrifying honesty that inevitably follows."
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