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Gardenias in Their Hair: Joey Arias Honors Billie Holiday

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Holiday’s centenary celebrated at Lincoln Center’s “American Songbook.”

What Show Must Go On?

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What is the point of live performance now that there’s an Internet?

The Show Must Not Go On

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I am upset by what I found.

Message to Cultural Groups: Rent, Don’t Buy!

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Moving past the paradox of cultural ownership.

5 Fun Ways Artists ‘Ruin’ Christmas

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Contemporary art isn’t very sentimental about the holidays.

Evan Pappas: Feeling That “Cafe Society Swing”

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"I like the moment to moment of it all."

The Creativity of a Twisted Sister

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"Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale" provides a surprising delight in Chicago.

The Value of an Autograph

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Autographs are validation, but we don't always need to be validated.

Geniuses Jungr and Epperson at Work and Play

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Barb Jungr and John Epperson (separately) display their extraordinary talent.

Who’s the Muse: On Gender and Inspiration

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When an actress is inspired by a male writer or director, who’s the muse?

Finally! Some Good Musicals on Broadway

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"On the Town" and "The Last Ship" start a hot tuner season.

The Subscription Model: Is Agency the New Individuality?

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From whom the individual is to what the individual can do.

Playwrights Impress at FutureFest Competition

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Ohio's unique community theater showcase of new plays should be copied widely.

Bill Rosenfield on Playwriting in the U.S. and U.K.

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"Nobody asks you to be a playwright... You can't expect the way the system works to change for you. It isn't going to."

Bill Cunningham’s “Facades” of Fashion and Architecture

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The famous photographer and model Editta Sherman take to the streets.

Genzken’s Art, Genet’s Drama, Amy Winehouse Remembered

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Vienna's excitement includes linguistic debate and artist Alex Katz's donation.

Out, Out!: Branagh “Macbeth” a Grand, Flawed Spectacle

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The Scottish play turns ticket buyers into clan members.

Playwright Bill Rosenfield on Adaptations & Drama Desks

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From kicking Tom Hanks off the stage to prepping scripts on the fly.

Director Tom Wojtunik Envisions an “Allegro”

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A swan-song from the ambassador of fearless pluck.

In the Name of Michael, Broadway Battles Bullying

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On Jan. 23, 11-year-old Michael Morones tried to hang himself from his bunk bed.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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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?