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Student actors thrill and haunt in adult drama-co...
... strife but also the last to abandon Violet at the dark finale. The play is originally by
. It premiered in 2007, having 648 performances and 18 previews before the Broadway...
Read more at The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
How not to succeed on Broadway
... to “The Phantom of the Opera,” but spectacular by any other standard. And as late as 2007,
’ “August: Osage County,” a three-and-a-half-hour play acted by a cast of unknowns from...
Read more at Arts Journal
Wall Street Journal
A Streetcar Named Desire
The Phantom of the Opera
Cottonwood Center for the Arts (427 E. Colorado Ave., 520-1899): The Star Bar Players are debuting
' Killer Joe at 7:30 tonight. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and military,...
Read more at Colorado Springs Independent
BUG production highlights paranoia and conspiracy...
... breathing and controlling his unstable mind. A disturbing psychological drama, BUG, by
and directed by acting and directing head Rob Roznowski, explores paranoia and...
Read more at The State News
On The Edge
Itching for more
Or maybe it’s a hive of bugs hiding in your walls. MSU Department of Theatre’s production of
’ “Bug” never answers the question, but it does toy with your brain for two intense...
Read more at City Pulse
Lottery gift and a new playhouse: Chicago theater...
... adapted by Robert Falls and Seth Bockley, and the planned Steppenwolf Theatre production of
' new play, "Mary Page Marlowe," will both receive enough cash to make those big shows...
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Arkansas theaters packed with variety
Arts Center team up to present "Superior Donuts," a comedy drama by the Pulitzer Prize-winning
("August: Osage County"), in which a grumpy old owner and an entrepreneurial young...
Read more at Arkansas Times
Walton Arts Center
Lottery winner funds Steppenwolf and Goodman plays
Bolano. The other, announced here, is funding the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's production of
' expansive new play, "Mary Page Marlowe," a large-cast show that uses multiple women to...
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