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In the Guardian, Michael Billington examines the “hoo-ha” (and no, that isn’t a synonym for vagina) surrounding Daniel Radcliffe’s baring all in Equus. He also provides a brief history of nudity on the English stage.
Feminist spectator Jill Dolan offers thoughts on the paucity of women writer’s on Broadway and provides a canny comparison of The Scene and The Little Dog Laughed regarding their depiction of women.
The Brooklyn Rail interviews Spalding Gray’s widow, Kathleen Russo, about the genesis of Stories Left to Tell.
Robert Simonson chats with Manhattan Theatre Club artistic director Lynne Meadow about her first-ever sabbatical.