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Gender Parity: We Must Stop Believing Stupid Things

"Before that moment, no one had ever said anything like that to me."

Does Commercial Broadway Need a Tax Break?

What a press release suggests about Broadway producing right now.

In Remembrance of the Great Mike Nichols

Endless reasons to mourn the superb director-actor-comedian.

Breathing in Brittania

"Because I am an expatriate, I can begin to breathe."

For “A Christmas Carol,” Producing Is Childs’ Play

They've never been much for rules of thumb.

Another Brick in the Theatrical Wall

Hey! Theatre teacher! Leave them kids alone!

A Brown Paper Ticket to Ride? And Should You Care?

Ticket services won't cure the world's ills. But a good one could help nonprofit producers.

For Huffington Post: Ensnaring Critics in the ‘Spider-Man’ Web

The whole idea that critics still operate in some lofty, rarefied universe is 1970 (or earlier) in its thinking.

Book Review: Performing Arts Management: A Handbook of Professional Practices

"How do they do that?" and "Why do they do that?" in 12 whip-smart chapters.

Commercial Producer Michael Roderick Invites You to PLAE

A 10-week development program that creates artistic entrepreneurs out of good ideas.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Rich Ferraioli

After an audience member asked "Why?," Ferraoili laughed and responded, "Why what?"

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Bruce Robert Harris

Commercial producing with a social conscience. Phenomenal!

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?"

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Erez Ziv

Commercial theater downtown. Yes, it can be done.

Pondering Theater as Netflix: Intrigue Meets Reality

A beautiful idea: with varied participation, not repeated participation, come rewards.

What If Tax Incentives Fell Out of Favor?

Mayor Bloomberg, who spent two terms devoted to real estate development, now has to spike revenue by forcing films to pay thousands to shoot in public buildings.

Chameleon Theatre Looking for Co-Producers

Laughing Daughter concerns a young, contemporary Native American woman who, "in order to find her roots, has to pull them up."

It’s Davenport vs. Cote — While I Use My Foreman Grill

The theatrosphere does not obviate the need for people to comport themselves like actual adults.

Could the Real Web Around Spider-Man Be Ego?

We all saw what happened to an Elton John musical gone bad, and a Phil Collins show, too. How about a concept album?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Peter Tear

"What gets me going," says 59E59 Theaters' executive director, "is a play with universality, regardless of where the play is set or where it comes from."
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?