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Archives for: 2008, week 50

ATW Digest - Gurney's 'Light Lunch' Premieres - read the reviews

New York Times President’s on the Menu: Let the Deal-Making Begin A. R. Gurney casually tosses his own metaphorical shoe in the direction of our departing president in his latest play, “A Light Lunch,” which opened on Friday at the Flea Theater Varie… more »

ATW Digest - Pal Joey Revival Opens on B'way - read the reviews

AmericanTheaterWeb Review - Pal Joey - A Dark Song and Dance Enlivened by Its Women New York Times The Cad! (Dames Could Write a Book) Joe Mantello’s joyless Broadway revival of “Pal Joey” has no detectable pulse. New York Daily News Broadway's 'P… more »

ATW Review - Pal Joey - A Dark Song and Dance Enlivened by Its Women

The big question about the revival of Pal Joey, which opened last night at Roundabout Theatre Company's Studio 54, is, of course, has a 1930s Hollywood myth about Broadway and an understudy going on for an injured star come true in this twenty-first cen… more »

A Message/Request From Andy Propst

Happy holidays! Wow, what a year 2008 has been. As any regular readers of the site know, this has been a wonky one through and through – starting with the hack of the site back in May that virtually destroyed everything I'd worked 10 years on. Had so… more »

CDs of 2008: A Retrospective - Part 6 (A Miscellany)

Throughout the year, I get a bunch of discs that are from labels that aren't necessarily dedicated to recording musical theater-related work, or that come from individual artists' own companies. There have been a bunch of notable releases like this, an… more »