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5/28/08 AM Clips - California

Los Angeles Times

Review: 'Taking Steps' at SCR
The 1979 Alan Ayckbourn work gets a stylish if sluggish revival.

High schoolers take 'The Laramie Project' to Burbank stage
The word 'no' didn't stop these Burroughs High students from their determination...

Review: 'March On, Dream Normal'
The play delves into the war in Iraq and how it affects everyday life in blue-collar America.

Center Theatre Group announces 2008-09 season
Julie White's reprise of her Tony Award-winning performance in "The Little Dog Laughed," the latest...

$250 seats in the cards for Ricky Jay's show
The price for VIP tickets is a high for the Geffen Playhouse and is unusual...

Orange County Register - Theater by Paul Hodgins Blog

Kirk Douglas’ 2008-09 season includes ‘The Little Dog Laughed’ and a new solo work by Danny Hoch

Theater critic commits suicide
Chris Page, 29, who until recently wrote theater criticism for the Register’s sister paper, the East Valley Tribune in Arizona, has committed suicide. Page was laid off three weeks ago.

They’re digging a longer ‘Rabbit Hole’ at the Chance Theater

Contra Costa Times

Twists, surprises make Town Hall Theatre's `Baby Be Mine ' sing
"Baby Be Mine" melodious swan song for Town Hall Theatre's artistic director Kevin Morales

5/28/08 AM Clips - Mid-West, Mountain

Chicago Sun-Times

Triviality is getting to be a habit with even best 'Nunsense' shows
Hedy Weiss: As far as I know, "Nunsense," Dan Goggin's knowingly silly little interactive musical hit, has not yet been performed at the Vatican. But since its debut in 1985, the show (an offshoot of a popular greeting card line) has had many thousands of productions ...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Guthrie designer soars to new heights in Paris
Award-winning French architect Jean Nouvel -- who designed the Guthrie Theater -- has been chosen to build a Paris skyscraper that officials said will be the city's most important architectural landmark since the Eiffel Tower.

'Bulrusher' both magical and touching
Eisa Davis' imaginative play about a foundling girl with strange powers gets an evocative staging by director Marion McClinton.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Review: Complacency of Silence: Darfur
Drama about Darfur drowns in lectures

Review: The Tragedy of King Richard III
Fine performers heat up Shakespeare's 'Richard III.'

Stages St. Louis schedules first holiday production

Denver Post

Teenage "Cats" fans lap it up like cream

[Note - no news articles found in the papers from the southwest this AM]