Have you given your life over to artifice, sacrificed authenticity for convention, hidden your real self from the public view? No? Well, you’re wearing pants, aren’t you? So, the question on the table in Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing is with how much artifice will we armor ourselves, and for how long; and his answer […]
Archives for May 28, 2013
Striding in through the doorway of the Kennedy Center’s African Gallery, Julie Halston enters, greeting her guest like an old friend. “Hello, Jeff Walker.” And hello, to Julie Halston, comedienne, actress, and dynamo.
A phoenix has risen on Broadway. Out of the ashes of a very pleasant TV Special by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, once thought of as enchanting, but now considered something of a relic from the days of black and white TV, has risen a Broadway musical filled with imagination, romance and panache, not […]
The series on Tony nominees continues with this look at the recently released Original Broadway Cast recording of the newest revival of Cinderella.
Constellation Theatre Company will do plays set in contemporary Japan, 17th-century Paris and ancient Greece in its three-production 2013-2014 season, the company announced yesterday.