Friday, July 11, 2008

ATW NewsClips - Online Sources


* DIVA TALK: Chatting with [title of show]'s Heidi Blickenstaff Plus Heights and Pacific on CD
* Compose Yourself!, with Graae, de Haas, Larsen, Luft and McGillin, Begins July 11
* British Charmer Half a Sixpence Begins Goodspeed Run July 11
* Glazer's Stain Begins Off-Broadway Run at the Kirk July 11
* Tony Winner Salonga Plays Disney Concert Hall July 11
* Uncle Vanya, Starring Peter Dinklage, Opens at Bard Summerscape July 11
* Sheik and Sater's Nero Begins Powerhouse Run July 11
* Five Actors Populate the World of Irish Rep's 80 Days, Starting July 11
* Of Equal Measure, Fact-Based Play of Civil Rights Trampled During WWI, Opens in L.A. July 11
* Freeman Is Every Woman at the Cutting Room July 11
* Men Are Real…Women R2 Opens Off-Broadway July 11
* The Book Club Play Opens at Berkshire Theatre Festival July 11
* Esparza Joins Cast of Speed-the-Plow Revival
* D'Abruzzo, Shor, Cariani, Day and Molina Set for Cape Cod Theatre Project
* Godspell Revival to Play the Barrymore Beginning in September
* Twelve Ophelias to Emerge from McCarren Park Pool July 11


Peter Filichia's Diary: Originals Need Not Apply
Had a nice but disturbing chat with Martin Mannion. He’s the smart bookwriter and lyricist for William’s Dark Lady, the new musical that’s currently at The Spring Lake Theatre Company in New Jersey

Review: Damn Yankees
A stellar cast elevates the Encores Summer Stars! production of the feel-good 1955 musical.

Review: Debbie Reynolds: An Evening of Music and Comedy
The veteran star's glittering revue proves she's lost none of her charisma, wit, or glamour.

Review: East 14th
Don Reed's entertaining autobiographical solo show about his unusual childhood is superbly performed.

* Raul Esparza to Join Jeremy Piven in Broadway Revival of Speed-the-Plow
* Finley, Mauzey, Tam, et al. Set for NYMF Guitar Hero Tournament

Talkin' Broadway

Review: Damn Yankees
That description of one ageless man's machinations in the fields of arson, mayhem, and other general-purpose do-baddery is just as apt when applied to the musical in which it's so slaveringly sung. Damn Yankees has never been much more than a decent show propelled to classic status by those involved in its inaugural production - today, there's no shortage of creaks to accompany its demonstration of workmanlike Golden Age know-how. . . .

Review: East 14th

S.F. Reviews: 'Cabaret', 'An Ideal Husband', 'Oh My Godmother!'

Review: The Wedding Play

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