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ArtsArthur Kramer, Brother of Larry Kramer Depicted in 'Normal H
Larry Kramer's play, a semi-autobiographical, socially significant drama which became a hit in 1985, tracked the early years of the AIDS crisis through prickly activist Ned Weeks, a character based on the playwright himself. Though Ned is given a bo...
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ArtsDesigners Korins, Eisenhauer, O'Donnell and Morgan to Talk C
Signature Theatre Company's artistic director James Houghton will moderate a discussion to include lighting designer Peggy Eisenhauer (The Ritz, Assassins), set designers David Korins (Bridge Tunnel, Passing Strange) and James Morgan (artistic direc...
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ArtsFarley and MacDevitt Will Design Jason Robert Brown's '13' i
Performances will begin May 9 at the intimate Chester, CT, venue where Goodspeed incubates new works. The design team for the project was announced Jan. 28. Casting of the teen-age band members and performers is ongoing. 13, as the title suggests, c...
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Arts"Flying Crows," Novel by Journalist Jim Lehrer, Comes to the
In the play, it's 1997 and, prior to the demolition of the Kansas City Union Railroad Station, Det. Randy Benton is assigned one last inspection. He discovers Birdie, an escaped 'lunatic' living there since 1933, and the search into his past yields...
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ArtsBolshoi to reopen late in 2009 after rescue work
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre will reopen after restoration in November 2009, a year behind schedule, after emergency work to save it from collapse, officials said on Thursday. The historic opera and ballet theatre closed in July 2005,...
Author:Chris BaldwinDate:03/25/14Click:7668 Full Story »
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