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From Ingenue To Antigone: Juliette Binoche Discusses Acting, Aging And Family

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Actor and illustionist Geoff Sobelle calls his one-man show The Object Lesson a "meditation on our relationship to things, and to objects and stuff." Craig Schwartz/Courtesy of The Center Theatre Group hide caption

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Out Of 'The Object Lesson,' An Education In The Power Of Kept Things

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For Opera Powerhouse Dolora Zajick, 'Singing Is Connected To The Body'

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Alexander Hamilton's Financial Legacy Is A Hit Musical

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Elizabethan Theatre — shown above during a production of Henry V in 2012 — seats 1,200 people under the open sky. With wildfires raging in Washington state, the festival has installed air quality monitors for the safety of the audience, staff and performers. T Charles Erickson/Oregon Shakespeare Festival hide caption

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Wildfire Smoke Can Be A Show Stopper At Oregon Shakespeare Festival

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Set In Los Angeles, Greek Tragedy 'Medea' Gets A Modern Twist

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Monty Python's John Cleese, Eric Idle Reunite In 'Together Again At Last'

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Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club Considers Adding 1st Female Performers

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In 2011, Frank Gilroy attends the Writers Guild Awards in New York. Gilroy, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of The Subject Was Roses died Saturday in Monroe, N.Y. He was 89. Peter Kramer/AP hide caption

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Stephen Van Cleef, a fictional Seneca Village resident played by Billy Eugene Jones (left), meets a New York City police officer, played by Andy Truschinski, in The People Before the Park at Premiere Stages at Kean University in Union, N.J. Mike Peters/Premiere Stages hide caption

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Lives Displaced By Central Park Take Center Stage In New Play

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New Play On Incarceration Has The Fingerprints Of Real-Life Prisoners

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Larry David's First Time On Broadway: 'It's Not So Easy!'

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Waitress tells the story of Jenna (Jessie Mueller), a diner waitress who is stuck in a stifling, abusive marriage and yearns for a better life. Evgenia Eliseeva/Courtesy of The American Repertory Theater hide caption

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'Waitress' Serves Dark, Funny Fare With A Musical Twist (And A Side Of Pie)

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Alison Bechdel is the author of the long-running syndicated comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. Elena Seibert/Courtesy of O+M Co. hide caption

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Lesbian Cartoonist Alison Bechdel Countered Dad's Secrecy By Being Out And Open

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Laura Dreyfuss plays Zoe, Connor's bereaved sister, and Ben Platt is Evan in Dear Evan Hansen. Margot Schulman/Courtesy of Arena Stage hide caption

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'Evan Hansen' Makes Music Out Of Teen Angst And Anxiety

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