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Stew rocks 54 Below
Two reasons to visit the public
Another year, another Next Wave Festival: the 2010 edition, BAM announced today, will feature--among many other works--the American premiere of Delusion, "a far-reaching work exploring memory and identity" from new music doyenne Laurie Anderson, Red Hot New Orleans, a Big Easy tribute from ... More >>
A fantastic new musical will soon find out just how fantastic it has to be to survive
Keep the Living Theatre alive
Did you ever think you'd see my trash-talking carb face on Channel 13? Well, brace yourselves, kids. I will appear on Theater Talk, the wildly informative show about Broadway happenings, hosted by Susan Haskins and Michael Riedel, on that very channel! Twice! This Wednesday night (technically Thursd ... More >>
8:00 pm Welcome to the 53rd annual Village Voice Obie awards at Webster Hall. Tonight’s ceremony is hosted by a couple of the finest actors around: Obie winners Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp. They also happen to be married to one another. The Obies, as Voice theater critic Michael Feingold is e ... More >>
9:09 pm The extraordinary cast of Passing Strange takes the stage. Says Stew: "You don't know how great it is to be drunk and below 14th Street." Everyone cheers. The cast rocks out to "We Just Had Sex" and others songs from Passing Strange. Stew has run up the aisle to the bar. He's going crazy. H ... More >>
The crew of Passing Strange feel the love 9:33 pm The ensemble of de’Adre Aziza, Daniel Breaker, Eisa Davis, Colman Domingo, Chad Goodridge, Rebecca Naomi Jones, and Stew have won an Obie for their performance in Passing Strange (Public Theater). 9:30 pm Presenter Bradley Whitford hands an Obie ... More >>
9:58 pm And that's it. Off to the party! 9:51 pm Passing Strange by Stew and Heidi Rodewald in collaboration with Annie Dorsen has won an Obie for Best New American Theater Piece. "I feel like I'm living somebody else's dream," said Stew, noting that he passed the Public many times when he lived ... More >>
Stew in Passing Strange, tinazimmer.com More important than who gets the silly, old Democratic nomination is who will nab the TONY nominations (which will be announced tomorrow; you'll know it when all theater queens suddenly start shrieking, crying, and saying "What the fuck?"). So here are my sea ... More >>
Free speech has a price
Writer's cramp? No, a nonstop stream of diary during the Oscars telecast.
Black people revive the Great White Way. Plus a hue and cry from Mel Brooks.
Soho Rep's new play ground
The Texas plains look plainer when Audra's offstage; Stew tells an old story pleasantly
The Negro Problem's Stew brings his indie musical to the Public Theater