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Breaking Big, But Slowly
And speak clearly when you answer me! Don't you love the way Patti LuPone talks? I feel it's clipped and expressive and distinctive--the sign of a real star. Her speaking style is anything but generic. It's very Patti, extremely individual, and brimming with character. But a recent review of the ... More >>
On Broadway, that is. The playwright offers up his newest.
Hot and theme-y
I saw the queen of bitterness--best known for Hairspray, Xanadu, and The Addams Family--in concert last night at 54 Below and thrilled to her succession of lashings, hilariously pulled off. For example: *She was horrified to read in the New York Times that Patti LuPone opened the club on June 5. ... More >>
MTC and Terrence McNally try to revive an opera great
New work from Amy Herzog and Jeffrey Lane and David Yazbek; plus Shakespeare hits Broadway
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown's in town, and she's not one of them.
Who's doing what to whom? Your guess is not as good as mine.
The Public Theater presents director Nicholas Kent's production of The Great Game
Geronimo puts the go back in go-go. We talk about it.
This week is the Voice's Best of NYC issue, our annual opportunity to bestow arbitrary awards like Easiest Place to Score Free Gay Drinks and Least Embarrassing Place to Belt Out a Show Tune. In turn, we asked a few of our favorite New Yorkers to name their favorite local things. by Maro HagopianA ... More >>
Plus the Hookies, contrary Mary, and Jerry's real kids.
Nightlife pickin's so slim that I even went to a museum.
We thought its opening was poorly timed, but at the New York Post Michael Reidel informs us that You're Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush, Will Ferrell's one-man George W. Bush comedy show, leads Broadway with a $5 million advance sale and is considering extending its eight-week run ... More >>
Serrano talks about his No. 2 project. Plus fruits and oranges, and Mr. Gay Philadelphia.
A review of the Broadway season's best leg-breaking, plus some arm-twisting
At the buffet table with Rachel Dratch, missing Osama, and why Harvey Fierstein is always right
Wynonna's backwoods backstory (and other therapy issues)
More than half a century after his death, composer Kurt Weill still provokes strong reactions
Sondheim's demon musical thrives in a heavenly operatic showcase
A Winter Movie Preview
[Some Dates Guaranteed To Change]
Spike Lee spins a raucous '70s morality tale