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Boris Kachka

January 3, 2005 | Theater
Leading Man: Harvey Fierstein

There’s not a note in the score that I can’t sing. I happen to love my voice, and I think I can do things with my voice that many people who have what you would call more a conventional voice can’t.

December 13, 2004 | How to Fix
How to Fix: The Rock Musical

A three point plan.

December 13, 2004 | The Book Review
A Tale of Love and Darkness

His memoir, in a translation that preserves the author’s gorgeous, discursive style and his love of wordplay, is a social history embedded within an autobiography.

December 6, 2004 | Theater
Michael Frayn's Influences

am not so strong on trying to make the audience feel guilty. They feel guilty enough already.

December 6, 2004 | Feature
Q&A with Gotham Scribes Pete Hamill and Tama Janowitz

Pete Hamill is a hard-boiled tabloidist turned sentimental novelist-historian; Tama Janowitz, who hung with Warhol and skewered the eighties art scene in Slaves of New York.

December 6, 2004 | The Book Review
Case Histories

Three unrelated murder cases come under the scrutiny of a private investigator, whose quirks are only slightly less predictable than his canniest pensées.

November 8, 2004 | Theater
Tim Roth

Villain Tim Roth In The God Of Hell At The Actors Studio Drama School Theater. Opens November 16.

November 1, 2004 | Theater
Influences

August Wilson, Playwright

November 1, 2004 | Feature
The Finalists

Yes, the five finalists in fiction for the National Book Awards seem a little obscure this year.

November 1, 2004 | The Book Review
The Courage Consort

Michel Faber has a striking talent for addressing lurid themes without resorting to the clichés of genre. .

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