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    1. During the panel, which included Edward Albee and Lanford Wilson, the two shared a laugh. Then an intentional look. “Towards the end of the evening a dear friend told me, ‘You’ ...

    2. Broadway on the Big Screen

      The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

      Broadway and Hollywood have always had an uneasy long-distance relationship. From “The Front Page” to “Six Degrees of Separation,” most of the biggest stage hits of the 20th century have been ...

    3. Inside the Theatre, the photo feature series that documents Broadway’s historic playhouses, continues with the John Golden.

    4. Rolling With The Punches

      The Huffington Post2 days ago

      Whether watching a bitter married couple (like Edward Albee’s George and Martha in 1962’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) or a bloodied boxer like Sylvester Stallone’s determined ...

    5. Thanksgiving and NFL football are inextricably bound, seamlessly and seemingly. There have been a great many more NFL games played on Thanksgiving than the NFL cares to talk about, for reasons ...

    6. More importantly, these were the only film adaptations...

    7. Are you planning on going to the 2017 Bradenton Blues Festival on Dec. 2? The lineup this year includes Sugar Blue (who played harmonica on “Miss You” by the Rolling Stones), zydeco superstar ...

    8. Freedom Writer: Jon Robin Baitz

      Metro Weekly2 days ago

      Jon Robin Baitz wasn’t surprised by the results of the 2016 presidential election, but he still was horrified by the victory of a candidate he equates to a con man in his political satire Vicuña ...

    9. Making a Splash in Times Square

      New York Press3 days ago

      To make a very long story short, I finally got myself in a brand new Edward Albee play and said, “This is it.” And two weeks before we started our official rehearsal, he pulled ...

    10. For a little under two years, in the mid-Seventies, an initiative called the American Film Theatre attempted to bridge the divide between stage and screen, giving plays the reach of films, while ...

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