Sunday, July 13, 2008
ATW NewsClips - Tri-State Print
New York Times
Bohemia Takes Its Final Bows
“Rent” is closing at the end of the summer, but its ragtag New York left the stage many years ago, elbowed out by fusion cuisine and designer labels.
Talk About Your Spring Awakening
The International Thespian Festival is part summer camp, part summer school, part arts festival and part recruitment fair.
* Slide Show - A look at the 2008 International Thespian Festival at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
[headline about unlikely broadway musical]
Almost two years after the last performance at the Vineyard Theater, the musical “[title of show]” will present its latest chapters on Broadway.
* Audio Slide Show
NJ Review: A Lear That Can Be Believed (Not to Mention Understood)
New York Daily News
Ricky Gervais' show rolls into N.Y.
Fresh off performing his standup routine in Los Angeles, Ricky Gervais comes to New York Monday for the final leg of what he calls his "cross-country tour."
'Mamma Mia' makes Hollywood sing new tune
"Mamma Mia!," the movie musical, is riding one heck of a revival. Ever since 2002, when "Chicago" grossed more than $170 million and won Best Picture, the celluloid tuner, which had been in a coma for years, has been on a mini-rampage
amNY New York City Theater Blog
Waiting for Godot on Broadway with Bill Irwin
Broadway Stands Up for Freedom
Linda Winer: Broadway's 'Passing Strange' season
Ever since "Passing Strange" was virtually overlooked by the Tony Awards last month, I've been nagging friends to see the show -- the sooner the better.
New York Post
Liz Smith: He's Well Dunne
The remarkable "Encores!" summer series hits a three-run homer....
Feldberg: Playing down leading man's notorious past
A bit of theatrical beach reading