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2000 Stories by David Finkle

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  • Court Dances

    published November 28, 2000

    Given the continuing controversy over Martha Graham's legacy and its dispersal, the titles of some of her dances are proving eerily prophetic.... More >>

  • A Train Not in Vain

    published November 21, 2000

    When Death and the Maiden, a play set in South America, opened on Broadway in 1992, no Latinos were in the three-person cast. It was a... More >>

  • Bubbling Up

    published June 6, 2000

    "All my life I've been a chameleon, and all my life I've been rather bubbly," Kirsten Childs reports. She's explaining how she came to write... More >>

  • Spatial Relations

    published April 11, 2000

    When Kyle Renick moved his WPA Theater from Fifth Avenue and 19th Street to West 23rd and Tenth in 1985, he says he "never intended it to be our... More >>

  • Sophisticated Ink

    published March 21, 2000

    People who complain that "they don't write 'em like they used to" are not only wrong; they're missing the point. Writers laboring in what is... More >>

  • No Nymphs, Please

    published February 22, 2000

    During rehearsals, what choreographers and their dancers imagine in the way of costumes are not necessarily the same. When Paul Taylor was... More >>

  • Schizo Playwrights, Dead Agents Run Amok in London

    published January 25, 2000

    LONDON—According to those who knew her, the late play agent Peggy Ramsay was substantially different from the Peggy Ramsay portrayed in Alan... More >>

  • Hey Kids, the Musical Ain't Quite Dead Yet

    published January 4, 2000

    Are the portents for musical theater today as dire as pessimists have been caterwauling? Is Albert Innaurato, who represents a whole school of... More >>

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