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Stage Banter: The Arena Stage Blog
Last Week in Legacy of Light
I will keep this short and sweet, as I am falling over with exhaustion and that wired feeling after doing a show. Last Sunday was the closing matinee of Woman and Scarecrow...
Live, it's beautiful: Benigni offers amusing insights to Dante's 'Inferno'
Roberto Benigni, the Italian actor best known here for his movie "Life Is Beautiful" - and, perhaps even more, for his manically ecstatic Oscar speech about it - came to the Berklee Performance Center Saturday night to perform "Tutto Dante," a two-hour, one-man show in which he discusses and recites the fifth canto of Dante's "Inferno."
For Benigni, Dante's work is beautiful
Roberto Benigni needs no introduction. The comedian/actor/writer/director just runs onstage with a big grin, waves his arms around, and the crowd goes wild. Though Benigni's...
Life, art meet on stage
The setting for "The Actors Rehearse the Story of Charlotte Salomon," a fascinating, compelling new solo-actress multi-character theater piece that is having its world premiere in Shakespeare & Company's newly reconfigured Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, is a bomb shelter in Jerusalem.
Orlando Sentinel Attention Must Be Paid Blog
Tony ratings jump
In a time of gloom and doom, it's heartening to see that the ratings for the Tony Awards show actually made a pretty good-sized jump last night. Maybe it was Neil Patrick Harris; maybe it was the Poison guy knocking...
'Nine' goes to the movies
Nine started out as a movie -- Federico Fellini's 8 1/2 -- and it's headed there again, with Daniel Day-Lewis as Guido Contini and a starry list of women in his life: Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench,...
'La Cage' headed to Broadway -- again
La Cage aux Folles was just revived on Broadway in the 20045-2005 season, and now it's Broadway bound again. This time around it's a London revival, which has been a hit in the West End and shares a producer with...
Creative Loafing Culture Surfing
Irma Vep puts gothic movies on fast-forward
The Shakespeare Tavern stages an affectionate spoof
Miami Herald Drama Queen Blog
Mosaic plans a rocking season
Plantation's Mosaic Theatre has just revealed four of the five shows of its 2009-2010 season, and artistic director Richard Jay Simon looks to be mixing it up a little more than in seasons past.
Palm Beach ArtsPaper
Commentary: Messy Tonys show misrepresented Broadway's good year
You would never know it from the overstuffed, frantic Tony Awards ceremony, but it was actually a pretty good year on Broadway.
Musical 'Billy Elliot' Wins 10 Tony Awards; 'God of Carnage' Is Best New Play
British Musical Dances Its Way to 10 Trophies; 'Carnage' Is Top Play
THEATER: Harper engagingly 'Looped'
'Pure as driven slush'
Review: It Runs In the Family - Little Theatre of Alexandria
A highly polished performance of a British farce
An uninspired take on 'Doubt'
How did People's Light and Theatre get John Patrick Shanley's Doubt: A Parable so wrong? An examination of power, faith, and oppression at a Catholic school in the Bronx in the early 1960s, Doubt is a taut vision of the impending social turmoil of the era.
'Legally Blonde' tour actresses tread familiar territory
The Pittsburgh CLO's "Legally Blonde the Musical" features a Broadway understudy and two faces familiar to some reality TV fans.
'Billy Elliot' sweeps Tonys; Lansbury gets 5th award
"Billy Elliot" has won the Tony as Broadway's best musical. The show about a British coal miner's son who dreams to dance was the biggest musical hit of the season.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette On Stage Blog
"Billy Elliot" dances away with 10 Tony Awards
"Billy Elliot The Musical" swept the top U.S. theater honors on Sunday, winning 10 Tony Awards for a Broadway season that defied a recession with record ticket sales.
'Billy Elliot' dominates Tonys, wins best musical
A movie-inspired British musical and a withering French comedy triumphed over Broadway's American fare on Sunday when the 63rd annual Tony Awards were presented at Manhattan's Radio City Music Hall.
St. Petersburg Times
American Stage's sparkling Act II
People who know the play say Tuesdays With Morrie seems a perfect choice to inaugurate the new home of St. Petersburg's premier theater company.
Essential Theatre Blog