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Off-Broadway Theater

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  • 'Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder' Slays the Competition in the Outer Critics Awards Nominations

    "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" led the pack of 2013-14 nominations from the Outer Critics Circle Awards, nabbing 11 nods and placing it ahead of a list of competitors that includes Disney Theatrical Prods.' "Aladdin" (eight noms), Off Broadway's...
  • Drama League Awards Go Broad with Crowded List of 2014 Nominations

    A whopping seven Broadway musicals and two Off Broadway tuners will compete for the single 2013-14 Drama League Award for musical, one of only five competitive award categories packed with nominees that also include actors Michelle Williams, Denzel...
  • Broadway Preps for a Diva Smackdown

    With Broadway's spring season barely begun, is it too soon to start worrying about the Tony races? Well, yes. But that hasn't stopped legiters from forecasting an awards-season cagematch that could pit a half-dozen of the Street's most prominent...
  • Connecticut Theatrical Disasters Too Memorable To Forget

    Connecticut Theatrical Disasters Too Memorable To Forget
    What makes a theatrical disaster more than just an insufferable evening in the theater? It's that people keep referencing it for years...and years...and years. >>"Mark Twain: The Musical" at the Hartford Armory: In a blatant attempt to attract tourism...
  • Q&A: Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Q&A: Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Whether he’s playing a gay boom mic operator in “Boogie Nights” or rock critic Lester Bangs in “Almost Famous,” an evil arms dealer in “Mission: Impossible III” or a priest in hot water in “Doubt,”...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman's final screen appearances to come

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's final screen appearances to come
    The death of Philip Seymour Hoffman on Sunday marked the abrupt end to an acclaimed career, but for audiences there will be much more of his performances to savor. The prolific actor had recently shot a wide variety of work that will be seen at numerous...
  • Sex and simplicity

    Sex and simplicity
    If you had walked into Sarah Jessica Parker's home in Manhattan the Wednesday before Valentine's Day, you'd have had no clue that she is introducing a women's shoe collection this spring, or that she ever played the stiletto-loving fashionista Carrie...
  • Mad Cow Theatre adds off-Broadway play to season

     Mad Cow Theatre adds off-Broadway play to season
    Mad Cow Theatre has announced the final play of its 2013-14 season, filling in the "to be determined" gap next summer in its previous season announcement. I'm going to follow the lead of the New York Times and refer to the dark comedy as the...
  • Stanley Kauffmann dies at 97; longtime film critic

    Film critic Stanley Kauffmann, who in the 20th century helped define movie reviews as an intellectual form, died of pneumonia Wednesday at St. Luke's Hospital in New York. He was 97. His death was announced by the New Republic, the politics and...
  • Big Block Expands to New York, Enters Stage Biz

    Lured by Gotham's 30% production credit, Santa Monica-based digital production and design studio Big Block is making a major expansion to New York, launching two new divisions in the process and branching out into live theater. New division Big Block...
  • Mad Cow Theatre opens season with 'Other Desert Cities'

    Mad Cow Theatre opens season with 'Other Desert Cities'
      Mad Cow Theatre will open its 17th season with "Other Desert Cities," a 2011 critically acclaimed play by Jon Robin Baitz, who created television's "Brothers and Sisters" and has written for "The West Wing" and "Alias." Fans of "Brothers and...