A multimedia tribute to the polymath Awakenings author
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Britten gets bedbugs
Attention, bottom-feeders: This column ends with blind items.
Forgotten auteur of 70s skepticism and American waywardness
The Voice chats with the U.K.'s leading critic
Let's hope Coughlin's crew leaves the bad ball in foggy London
18th-century farce with a cross-dressing heroine and a radical message
Is Lost an elaborately plotted action mystery or just flimsy trash? Depends on who you ask.
Tony winner Matthew Bourne returns to New York with 'Theater Stroke Dance'
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Clique on This
Seven U.K. Productions That May Be New York Bound
The Glum Triumph of The Magnetic Fields