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'Romeo And Juliet': Just As You Misremembered It

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Monique Carboni

Can Afrobeat Musical 'Fela!' Move The Masses?

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'Black Nativity' Shepherds Sing Michael Jackson Songs

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Actor Tim Robbins On New Theater Economics

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In 'Race,' David Alan Grier Confronts Painful Issues

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Oh, Henrik: In the new Broadway revival of A Little Night Music, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka and Ramona Mallory play Henrik and Anne — two roles that mean a little more than most in Mallory's household. Joan Marcus hide caption

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'Little Night Music' Revival Keeps It All In The Family

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Second City Still Funny At 50

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Fugard's 'Have You Seen Us?': Looking Within Again

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The Cheerful Side Of Edith Piaf

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Blanchett's Blanche, At The Heart Of A New 'Streetcar'

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Fingering Shakespeare's First Drafts

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A Caribbean Take On Shakespeare's 'Much Ado'

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Turan's Book Spotlights Theater Producer Joe Papp

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Dr. Givings (Michael Cerveris, center) regularly treats female patients like Mrs. Daldry (Maria Dizzia) for "hysteria" by inducing a "paroxysm" — what we would call an orgasm nowadays. Once accomplished by hand, the job has been made easier at the outset of Sarah Ruhl's comedy In The Next Room by the invention of the electromechanical vibrator. Joan Marcus hide caption

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'The Vibrator Play': Why Yes, It Is About Exactly That

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One-Woman Show Explores Human Side Of Health Care

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