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  • My Christmas gift to Knights Notepad readers: A detailed visitors guide to Memphis

     
    My Christmas gift to Knights Notepad readers: A detailed visitors guide to Memphis...
  • Who will win the Tony Awards: David Sheward makes brave early predictions

     
    Soon after the Tony Award nominations were announced, Gold Derby cornered one of Broadway's shrewdest gurus to get his take on who's out front to win: David Sheward, executive editor of Back Stage. Every year Sheward has one of the best track records...
  • 'Memphis' and 'Red' win with Outer Critics Circle, as do 'La Cage' and 'Fences'

     
    The 60th annual Outer Critics Circle Awards handed out Monday are of some help in predicting what will win at the Tony Awards next month. Although these kudos consider new Broadway and off-Broadway plays and musicals separately, all other categories, such...
  • Tony Award nominations: Melissa Bernardo makes brave, early predix

     
    Being a Tony Awards pundit is a dizzy job. We must rush around Broadway to see many top contenders that open in the last few weeks of the eligibility period so they can be freshest on voters' minds. Then we must dish with voters and peers so we can...
  • Critic's Notebook: 'American Idiot' and the fate of the contemporary musical

     
    Does “American Idiot,” the artfully laid out Green Day jukebox musical now at the St. James Theatre on Broadway, represent the dawning of a new age or the end of a line? To put it another way, should we be......
  • Individual search engines

    Individual search engines
    5:21 a.m. It's barely dawn, but the cars, pickups, vans, trailers and U-Haul trucks are lined up around all four sides of Veterans Stadium's parking lot, each vehicle filled with the detritus of American consumer culture. The engines are off, and vendors...
  • Pioneering and volatile -- the stage was his world

    Pioneering and volatile -- the stage was his world
    Last month, on a frosty night in Zagreb, Croatia, they draped the shimmering cape on the shoulders of James Brown for the last time. As the crowd cheered, the "Hardest Working Man in Show Business," whose career had begun six decades and a world away as a...