The Receptionist

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The Receptionist opens with a soggy biscuit of a monologue and ends with an inexplicable hiccup, but in between it is as crisp as a Necco Wafer and as chilling as death. Forget what you may have heard about this play: it is not Dilbert. It is not The Office. It is not even a […]

DCTS gets a new look

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Welcome to our newly designed Web site.  We hope you find it inviting, and exciting, and that you can easily find your favorite sections, and maybe discover some new ones.  While we have wanted  – and badly needed – a new design for some time, it didn’t become a possibility until we received advertising support […]

Don Pippin on Jerry Herman

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He’s just past seventy-seven now: an icon, a Broadway fixture since his debut at the Imperial in 1962 in Oliver. He’s known for his music, of course (Mame, 110 in the Shade, A Chorus Line, La Cage aux Folles, among others), but his career is full of delightful odds and ends – two plays, The […]

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