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Cry Blueberry, Cockpit Theatre

by guest critic Lara Alier

I’m sitting in the foyer and haven’t seen my friend for 2 weeks so we are catching up before the play starts. 308 more words

Fringe Theatre

American and British Theatrical Biographies: Necrology 2012--2017

Below is a list of those people who have died (2012–2017) since American and British Theatrical Biographies was published:

ABBENSETTS, Michael (1938–2016)
ABERCROMBIE, Ian (1936–2012) 1,297 more words

American and British Theatrical Biographies (update)

Below is a list of those people who died in 2017 and who are listed in American and British Theatrical Biographies:

AYRTON, Norman (1924–2017)
BEACH, Ann (1938–2017) 196 more words

The Flu Season

Title: The Flu Season and Other Plays

Writer: Will Eno

Publishing House: Theatre Communications Group

Date of Publication: December 1st 2006

Rating: 5 stars

‘’All the sweat and pain. 474 more words

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Chad Bauman's column on criticism and a response from a theater critic

Chad Bauman, the smart and experienced Managing Director of the Milwaukee Rep, writes a monthly column for American Theatre magazine. In the latest issue he was asked to look at the state of theatrical criticism in this country. 870 more words

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Ordinary Days, Drayton Arms Theatre

by guest critic Gregory Forrest

A single piano backs this tongue-in- cheek trip into the lives of four ordinary New Yorkers living out ordinary days. In just 75 minutes we traverse heartbreaks, five-year plans, and the elaborate traffic network which swirls around the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 373 more words

Fringe Theatre

Insignificance, Arcola Theatre

by an anonymous guest critic

As we enter the Arcola main stage, we are presented with a hotel room in midtown Manhattan circa 1954. Albert Einstein sits on the bed going over some notes on his legal pad. 375 more words

Fringe Theatre