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Archives for: 2008, week 31

FringeNYC Begins Today! - Recent Preview Clips

FringeNYC starts up today and features abound. Here's a smattering of them ....Please note that during the coming days as I take in about 40 or 50 of the offerings, the updates on the site will become increasingly sporadic after the first morning clips… more »

ATW News Digest - Hair opens in Central Park - read the reviews

AmericanTheaterWeb An Age of Aquarius, Free-Love and Protest Semi-Resurrected in Hair New York Times Let the Sunshine In, and the Shadows The pure hormonal vitality that courses through the Public Theater’s exuberant production of “Hair” is enough t… more »

ATW Review - An Age of Aquarius, Free-Love and Protest Semi-Resurrected in Hair

During a recent visit with family, a cousin was answering a question about why he chose not to sign a contract as a major league baseball player when he'd graduated high school. It was interesting listening to him explain his options to a nephew who ha… more »

ATW Review - Heartfelt Glimpse at a Trio of Characters in Animals Out of Paper

Savvy New York theatergoers will want to carve out an evening to visit the Upper West Side and Second Stage Theatre's production of Rajiv Joseph's Animals Out of Paper, which opened earlier this week as part of the theater's annual uptown series. This… more »

FringeNYC Productions Selling Out, Including The Sound of One Hanna Clapping, A Sagacious Hunch, Kaboom!

New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, enters its 12th year tomorrow and continues through 24. During this period, the festival offers works covering a wide range of disciplines including t… more »