Broadway gets another dose of that old-time religion
Broadway's finest have been honored by the Tony nominating committee, the results announced just moments ago as theater folk all over town felt some real emotion for a change. Among the nominated are, well, approximately two thirds of the people I predicted yesterday. But more interestingly, who g ... More >>
I've seen almost everything this season except Magic/Bird--which to me sounds like a wildlife puppet show, and it's quite possible that's what it is--and I'm ready to tell you who will definitely maybe probably almost get Tony nominated tomorrow morning. Here goes: BEST PLAY *Clybourne Park *Othe ... More >>
David Leveaux's new production does Tom Stoppard's play no favors
Three musicals—two of them new, one from the '60s—all sing of crazy worlds
Not all the liquid refreshment was at the after-parties.
In his previous mayoral campaigns, Mike Bloomberg has cut deals with Randi Weingarten's teachers' union that have eased his way to victory. But they also also stiffed charter schools and thwarted any hope of a real turnaround in our school system. Wayne Barrett tells us why this could be -- and sho ... More >>
Who says Montreal is cold? It's hot, baby.
Or so they think
And Mamet books Broadway revivals, and several people reveal altered states.
Uptown Saturday nights are more fabulous all the time. Meanwhile, back at the Tonys . . .
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 >>
Pinter and Beckett send season's greetings: Careful how you unwrap them
Rehab as a beautiful experience, plus cracks about pies. Psst! Ted Haggard was a top.
The picks of the litter. In other business: Travolta's not exactly Divine, is he?
The hero won't play along in Sondheim's distinctively bleak musical
Mein Gott, everyone's a winner!
Sondheim and Weidman hail the chief-killers; Larry Kramer uses rant to fight the plague
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