Sunday, July 13, 2008

ATW NewsClips - National, Industry Pubs

Associated Press

PBS keeps 'King Lear' nude decision under wraps
Ian McKellen's acclaimed performance in ''King Lear'' is coming to PBS, but a public TV executive was coy Saturday about whether his on-stage nude scene will be exposed on air.

Back Stage

Suite Atlanta reviewed by Gwen Orel
If Suite Atlanta were a final performance from a high school acting workshop, it would demonstrate energy and initiative, but would but still need work. As an Equity showcase, it's embarrassing.

Whisper reviewed by Paul Menard
It only takes a quick ride on the subway to realize how much technology has enabled us to become socially disconnected.

Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh reviwed by Karl Levett
The enigma that is Marie Antoinette continues to fascinate. Joel Gross has chosen to tell his sweeping historical tale with an economy of effects.


'Damn Yankees' steps up to plate
Encores! Series hopes second musical is a hit

Wall Street Journal

Meryl Streep Versus the Superheroes
"Mamma Mia!" will test how frequently female moviegoers are willing to flex their newfound box-office muscle.

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