Delving inside a Simon Callow book
Eugene O'Neill gets a shot of musical good cheer
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. September 30, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 39 Village idiocies By Michael Feingold The triple bill at the Playbox Theatre, which I saw on a dank Sunday afternoon last week, reminds me that Eric Bentley used to say, when he was reviewing, that t ... More >>
Lincoln Center mounts a story of stagestruck youth
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An opinionated guide to the New York International Fringe Festival
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A new John Wayne biography's surprising claims
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You're on Vacation, and for Some Reason the Theater Isn't
The Oldest Surviving Play Speaks, but Can It Still Sing?
Assassins and Cash In Search of a True Theater Discourse
Lurid revelations, crude moralizing, perjury traps: they all echo America's darkest days
Should American Actors Flee a Muddled, Unrewarding Profession?