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Archives for: August 2008

FringeNYC - 1 ATW Review and the Morning's Clips Round-Up

AmericanTheaterWeb FringeNYC Review - Lurking in Darkness The Mole People New York Times Bits on Beckett, Sophocles and the End of the World A look at a few of the theatrical offerings at the New York International Fringe Festival. At the Fringe F… more »

FringeNYC Review - Lurking in Darkness

The right campfire story can send shivers down your spine and make the hair on the back of your neck stand on end. And while The Mole People writer/ director Dan Bianchi conjures nostalgic campfire ambiance, with flashlights under-face and a smoke fill… more »

Calculus: the Musical! National Tour Planned

Know Theatre of Cincinnati has announced the national tour of Calculus: the Musical!, which is scheduled to begin on Oct. 20 and continue through Spring 2009. Calculus: the Musical! is a musical "review" about the history and concepts of calculus. The… more »

Yesterday's Sondheim News - Major CD Compilation Expected in Sept.; Bounce Moves Forward as Road Show at Public

I can't remember the last time that there was such a flurry of news related to Stephen Sondheim. Actually that's not true - it probably was just around the time that Symphony Space announced they'd be presenting their annual "Wall to Wall" event and ho… more »

FringeNYC - Clips Round-Up

A little later this morning, Lori's going to weigh in on The Mole People, and you cna find my thoughts on Love is Dead at the Voice and Ascension, Hidden Fees, and Bound in a Nutshell on Back Stage (all links below). And here are all of the clips for t… more »