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Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
Bilingual, time-jumping, and polycultural, John Jesurun scrambles Goethe's mythic egghead
Welcome to the age of do-it-yourself identity
Keeping even Plummer un-plummy, Jonathan Miller makes Shakespeare make sense
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again
What's the Trick of Staging Shakespeare? Directors Spill Their Trade Secrets.
Lee Breuer's 'little woman' takes revenge in her dollhouse
First director's Shakespeare, now un-director's Shakespeare. When do we get Shakespeare?
On the occasion of the 45th Obie Awards, the Voice's Charles McNulty sat down with four theater directors--Graciela Daniele, Brian Kulick, Marianne Weems, and Evan Yionoulis--to hash out the state of their art here at the start of the 21st century
Thirty-Three New York Theater Types Offer Up Their Favorite Productions From the 19992000 Season
The 45th Annual OBIE Awards