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In “Prince of Broadway,” Broadway’s King Crowns Himself

It's pretty much is pretty much and-then-I wrote or else and-then-I-produced-directed.

Singing Sondheim in the Age of Donald Trump

There are ways in which Sondheim is more than a musician; he's almost a life philosopher.

Intellect vs. Emotion: John Doyle’s “Pacific Overtures”

John Doyle's elegantly ritualistic staging makes you think. Does it make you feel?

New York Musical Theatre Festival Disappoints Musically

The craft and art of the song is assailed at the annual new-tuner event.

Farewell to the Irreplaceable Elaine Stritch

Remembering the unique pleasure of interviewing the theater legend.

At What Age is “Promising” No Longer Promising?

Theater vet Arthur Perlman's Kleban Prize as "promising" raises some questions.

Elaine Stritch Took Advantage of Me and Vice Versa

When she goes--if she goes--she goes as one of the irreplaceables.

Rupert Everett and The Sheridan Morley Prize

"Vanished Years" wins valuable 2013 theater biography prize.

Did Stephen Sondheim Assault the First Amendment?

How much of a case would Sondheim really have?

Even Hagiography Can Be Beautiful

Another hundred people, but only one Stephen Sondheim.

On the Complex Hagiography of Stephen Sondheim

Has press coverage of Stephen Sondheim done the great man wrong?

Musical Theater’s Greatest Artist Receives the Highest Honor

Nothing could be more fitting, more perfect, to salute the greater musical-theater artist of this or any other century.
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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?