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Archives for: 2008, week 28

World Premiere Musketeer Debuts at Denver's Buntport Theater Aug. 8 - Sept. 6

The Buntport Theater Company Denver will kick off its 08-09 season with a world premiere adventure comedy, Musketeer, a new adaptation of the classic by Alexander Dumas. Running August 8 - September 6, the play mixes true-life events and details from… more »

Side Show's Skinner Part of Signature's Aug. 2 Open House in VA (corrected headline)

Signature Theatre in Virginia will the best in musical theater and drama with its 3rd annual Open House on Saturday, August 2 from noon – 9:30 pm. Free and open to the public, this special Signature event is a full schedule of performances, master clas… more »

Zimbalist to Appear in World Premiere of Rambo's The Spin Cycle in CA

This summer, Rubicon Theatre Company continues its 10th Anniversary “Festival” Season with the World Premiere of David Rambo’s The Spin Cycle, directed by Rubicon Artistic Director James O’Neil and starring Marcia Rodd, Morgan Rusler, and Rubicon Compan… more »

ATW News Digest - The Marriage of Bette and Boo revival opens - read the reviews [updated]

UPDATED JULY 18, 2008 CurtainUp Review: The Marriage of Bette and Boo Like the best absurdist playwrights, Durang fills his socio-political themes with jokes and levity. It’s best if you let him explain it all for you. . . . Time Out NY Review: The… more »

ATW News Digest - Potomac Theatre Projects's Summer Season in NY - read the reviews - [updated 7/18/08]

UPDATED JULY 18, 2008 Time Out NY Review: Potomac Theatre Project: Scenes from an Execution Here's a welcome shot of tough British dramatist Howard Barker—plus the sterling Jan Maxwell. Review: Potomac Theatre Project: Crave and Somewhere in the Pa… more »