Conversations Between Warhol and Capote to Be Adapted Into a Play

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Truman Capote, left, and Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in 1979. Credit Bettman, via Getty Images Andy Warhol and Truman Capote were famously friends: The artist…


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Review: A Sequel Asks, Who’s Knocking on the Door at ‘A Doll’s House’?

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Spread the loveTweetThat is indeed our Nora who was knocking so boldly for readmittance and is subsequently ushered in by the old Helmer family retainer, Anne Marie (Jayne Houdyshell, fabulous…


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Review: A Sequel Asks, Who’s Knocking on the Door at ‘A Doll’s House’?

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Spread the loveTweetThat is indeed our Nora who was knocking so boldly for readmittance and is subsequently ushered in by the old Helmer family retainer, Anne Marie (Jayne Houdyshell, fabulous…


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Martha Lavey, a Leading Lady of Chicago Theater, Dies at 60

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Spread the loveTweet Looking forward, she commissioned new plays; brought in up-and-coming playwrights like Tracy Letts (“August: Osage County”), Tarrell Alvin McCraney (“In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” adapted for…


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The Pen and the Trigger Finger: Examining Gun Violence Onstage

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Spread the loveTweetOn stage after stage lately, playwrights have been confronting such fears about gun violence, adding their works to a genre that has blossomed like a furious bruise in…


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Review: A Scam Artist’s Masterwork in ‘Six Degrees of Separation’

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Spread the loveTweetIt’s a strategic stumble. Paul arrives in a comme il faut navy blazer and a somewhat less presentable shirt, as it’s wet with blood. Paul has been stabbed…


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A Red State’s Arts Blues

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Spread the loveTweetRolling Arts on the Pine Ridge Reservation With his horses foaling, Tony Richards, 63, said that he would not have had time to make the hourlong drive from…


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With Clock Ticking, a New Musical Makes Its Final Fixes

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Spread the loveTweetIn theater parlance, a show is “frozen” when — on a designated rehearsal day, usually about a week before opening night — no more fixes, cuts or additions…


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What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto Credit NASA This Saturday is Earth Day. You could celebrate it with the world’s oldest known living tree, if you can find it. Officials keep its exact…


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Emma Rice, Shakespeare’s Globe Director, Offers Some Parting Shots

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto Visitors at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2014. Credit Luke Tchalenko for The New York Times LONDON — Emma Rice, whose short stint as the artistic director of Shakespeare’s…


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