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  • 2010 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University

    Theater Reviews

2001 Stories by Michael Feingold

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  • Into the Past

    published April 10, 2001

    Follies belongs to the tiny category of great impossible musicals. Despite all the wonderful artists involved, the original production... More >>

  • Centrally Dislocated

    published April 3, 2001

    Reviewing Tea and Sympathy decades ago, Kenneth Tynan wrote that the English equivalent would be the story of "a hearty extrovert... More >>

  • Tuner Salad

    published March 27, 2001

    The season's crammed with shows, mostly musicals. James Agee, faced with a similar seasonal pileup in the 1940s, used to give his omnibus movie... More >>

  • This Moral Coil

    published March 20, 2001

    My column about spending three decades at this post produced, for a change, some friendlier letters from readers. By far the most interesting came... More >>

  • Diary Product

    published March 13, 2001

    I too must bear witness: I Will Bear Witness is nearly unendurable. But I must add immediately that it's well worth enduring, and that once... More >>

  • Manila Envelops

    published March 6, 2001

    Bigger doesn't always mean better, but in a world of small-scale shows, Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters offers size relief. Finally, something... More >>

  • Crazy Hates

    published February 27, 2001

    Expectations, as so often, are the key. I'd been unimpressed by Rebecca Gilman's More >>

  • Strindberg Man

    published February 27, 2001

    The New York theater's a system so old and sluggish that some days its blood hardly seems to circulate at all. For more than a decade now, the... More >>

  • Over 30

    published February 20, 2001

    In journalism, the number 30 means the end. It's what you put on your copy, nobody knows why, to tell the typesetters that the story's finished.... More >>

  • Fire Power

    published February 13, 2001

    "Have respect! Something great is being attempted!" The Duchess of Florence, who says this line in John Patrick Shanley's Cellini, has... More >>

  • Past Imagining

    published February 6, 2001

    A young couple has a baby. Then one day an older man and woman appear in their lives, and suddenly there's no baby. A man paints a picture of a... More >>

  • Word Domination

    published January 30, 2001

    "The question," said Humpty Dumpty, "is which is to be master, that's all." And Lewis Carroll was right to make Humpty say so. The big egg on the... More >>

  • Bio Feedback

    published January 23, 2001

    People love to forgive the factual errors that crop up in plays. "It's a show," the usual argument runs, "not a history book. Who cares if the... More >>

  • Nothing, Interrupted

    published January 9, 2001

    "Farce is seldom in good taste," the playwright Ron Tavel wrote in Gorilla Queen, "but genitals always are." The trouble with The... More >>

  • Jason Robards (1922–2000)

    published January 2, 2001

    It was his voice and his chin, his skeletal fingers and his anguished eyes, that made Jason Robards, who died on Christmas Day, such a riveting... More >>

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