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Theater News for the Week Ending February 18th

Updated: Feb 22, 2022

By Bennett Liebman

Actors from HBO's 'The Gilded Age' who have appeared on Berkshire stages

5 Monologues, Each a Showcase for Asian American Actors Over 60

How Jonathan Larson Taught Me to Become a Better Critic

Sopranos stars kill it at St. George Theatre

Broadway Rebounds as 'The Music Man' Starring Hugh Jackman Celebrates Opening Night With Starry Red Carpet

Opinion | Yes, Some Musicals Are Unwoke. That's Not a Writ to Rewrite Them

The Merchant of Venice: John Douglas Thompson's Shylock Takes the Ton

Broadway and the prisoners of Mask-aban

Daniel Craig on Returning to Broadway

Stephen Sondheim Reveals Nixed Plans for Gay-Version of COMPANY

Broadway's Recovery Continues Ahead Of A Jampacked Spring

Leaked grosses show impact of Omicron on Broadway

Lynn Nottage Talks MJ & More

Vrittney Johnson Becomes First Black Glinda

A Dungeons & Dragons musical is set to premiere in New York City

Play questions ownership of Anne Frank story

'Macbeth' to offer more than 2,000 free tickets to students

Associate directors and choreographers to see union representation,

Loretta Greco named artistic director at the Huntington Theatre Company

Carol Neulander's family 'saddened and dismayed' by new musical

Jeremy O. Harris Opens 'Slave Play' in Los Angeles After Threatening to Cancel Run

Lifting mask mandate recasts Bay Area front-of-house staff as referees of warring audiences

The Kennedy Center looks back at 50 years of theater ambition

Hath Not a Jew Roles? A Case for Authentic Jewish Casting,

10 Rising Black Women to Watch in Theatre

West End to fully recover in just two years

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