Sunday, July 13, 2008
ATW NewsClips - Mid-West, Southwest and Mountain Print
'Rabbit's Tale' is a sweet, unexpected find in the park
You don't typically stumble across a moving little show such as "A Rabbit's Tale" in a park.
Chicago Tribune Theater Loop Blog
Lighting up the sky at Navy Pier
Missed the spectacular show this weekend at Navy Pier? And, yes, it was quite something. Luckily for you, we have a video.
Bard takes the stage in Stratford, Ontario
There's something a bit funny about 'Government Inspector'
Hysterical might actually be the best way to describe the Guthrie's rollicking production of Gogol's satire
Spotlight: PlayLabs Festival
St. Paul Pioneer Press
'Inspector' wraps solid humor in bright covers
Playwright Jeffrey Hatcher has wanted to get his hands on "The Government Inspector" for years, and his adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's mistaken-identity comedy proves that he's not one to squander an opportunity.
Culture in Context: SteppingStone Theatre thriving in a place of its own
SteppingStone Theatre's first year in its new home has been everything artistic director Richard Hitchler hoped it would be.
Ann Arbor News
Marx reincarnated at the wrong Soho
A performance of Howard Zinn's play "Marx in Soho,'' directed by Michael Fox Kennedy and starring Jerry Levy as Karl Marx, will take place Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Inter-Cooperative Council Education Center in Ann Arbor.
Reviews: 'Henry IV: The Making of a King' and ‘Ah, Wilderness!’
American Players Theatre shows its deep bench
Julie Andrews provides ageless, glorious sounds of music
In the iconography of Anglo-American entertainment over the past 50 years, few celebrities can claim the exalted status held by Julie Andrews. She is simply and unabashedly a star.
Cleveland Plain Dealer OnStage Blog
UPDATE: Sneak a peek at "Into the Woods," one of the Great Lakes Theater Festival shows that will open the renovated Hanna Theatre
Dallas Morning News
Lorca Simons delivers in 'The Water Bearer's Dream' at Fort Worth's Hip Pocket Theatre
Vince McGill and Joanna Schellenberg take on two of the Bard's toughest roles in Shakespeare Dallas productions
A terrifically terrible show within 'Gutenberg! The Musical!'
Dallas Morning News Over the Top Blog
Two more chances to stroll down 'Avenue Q'
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
'Gutenberg! The Musical's!' insider plot is still accessible
Q&A: Terry Dobson, stage manager at Theatre Three
Theater mainstay to be feted at 95
In honor of his 95th birthday, the Houston theater community will honor diehard patron Eddie Cope tonight.
Theater: Only a few make living from stage alone
The Henrys were a blast: Now let's fix them
2008 Henry Awards: The night in photos