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Opening April 10 at Northern State University is the Tony Award-winning musical, “Spring Awakening,” which is described by NSU Theater as exciting, provocative and powerful. The play, written by Steven Slater and Duncan Sheik, runs April...
Theatre UCF will open rock musical "Spring Awakening" on Thursday, March 21. Written as a collaboration between American singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater, "Spring Awakening" is based on the 1891 play of the same name by Frank Wedekind...
Hannah sits, uncomfortably, for an interview for a freelance gig with a website called jazzhate.com. The blonde interviewer suggests she write about a threesome, or doing cocaine, and then points to a sign on the wall indicating where your comfort zone is...
As the youngest of the Mormon elders in "The Book of Mormon," Arnold Cunningham is a case study in well-meaning ineptitude and comic confabulations that hybridize Mormon theology with geek-culture signifiers from "Star Wars" and "Lord of the Rings"...
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One of the most prominent theater companies in England has found itself under fire for its casting of a classic Chinese play. The Royal Shakespeare Co. in Stratford-upon-Avon is being criticized for casting just three actors of Asian descent in the...
I'll never forget the exact moment when I realized boy bands had become a musical fad. Like 9/11 or the OJ verdict, it’s a moment I'll remember for the rest of my life. The year was 1998. I was on a family vacation, sitting at an ice cream shop in...
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Hartford CourantThe 2012-2013 season at New Britain’s Hole in the Wall Theater — its 40th — kicks off in September with the Jean Giraudoux’ “The Madwoman of Chaillot.” Matty Skwiot directs the show which runs Fridays and Saturdays,...
Are we really living in a post-racial world? It seems like we’re back in the 1990s, when all hell broke loose on Broadway after the British star Jonathan Pryce was cast as the Eurasian lead in “Miss Saigon.” The “multicultural&...
LA JOLLA — The controversy over the casting of a new musical set in China with mostly non-Asians provoked a series of heated exchanges at a public forum arranged by the La Jolla Playhouse. The casting of “The Nightingale,” written by...
"The Nightingale," a new musical being presented at the La Jolla Playhouse, has drawn sharp criticism in recent days for the relative lack of Asian American actors in a work set in ancient China. The creative team behind the musical, based on the Hans...
Christopher Ashley, the artistic director the La Jolla Playhouse, said Wednesday that he had not anticipated the level of negative feedback the company has received from members of the Asian American community regarding its multicultural casting of "The...
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