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  • 7 years ago | Theater

    Frank Wedekind’s once-controversial play (it closed after one Broadway performance in 1917 amid charges of obscenity), first performed in Germany in 1906, is riveting under lead writer Evan Drane’s direction of a new translation and ad...

  • 12 years ago

    CHOOSING THE RIGHT GIFT can be fraught with peril. Shifting levels of day-to-day intimacy cloud the gift-giving process. Overly impersonal gifts can be met with “Thanks! This will go so well with the five other popcorn makers I have stored in...

  • 12 years ago | Theater

    Last week’s announcement that the privately funded A.S.K. Theater Projects would shut down on September 30 came as particularly unwelcome news in the wake of huge cuts in public funding of the arts. But was the demise of the nonprofit — ...

  • 13 years ago

    Photos by Larry Hirshowitz "MY MOTHER COULD NOT DRESS ME — NEVER, NOT ever," says Venice-based designer Coryn Madley, sounding like a character from a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta. "I grew up in a log cabin without electricity, but I insisted ...

  • 13 years ago | Longform

    Director Bart DeLorenzo sips a Dewar‘s at Taylor’s Steakhouse while describing his next ambitious project -- a May staging of David Edgar‘s Pentecost at the Evidence Room, the hippest small theater in town, where he serves as artist...

  • 14 years ago | Theater

    Tori Spelling is a supernova in the constellation of pop stars. Which is why I jumped at a chance to cover her theatrical debut in Maybe Baby, It‘s You at the Coronet Theater. I’ve seen every episode of Beverly Hills 90210 twice, but my ...

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