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Ada Calhoun

February 7, 2005 | Theater
Company Man

Onscreen, he’s the perfect actor’s actor. But behind the scenes, Philip Seymour Hoffman keeps busy saving Off–Off Broadway.

December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
‘Avenue Q’ Took the Tony and Ran.

A star of the hit musical talks about stealing the award, hightailing it to Vegas, and changing the Broadway business model.

December 20, 2004 | Theater Review
Modern Orthodox

Jason Biggs’s contract must require him to simulate sex whenever he appears, even in a role calling for a Yankees yarmulke.

December 20, 2004 | Theater Review
700 Sundays

Oscar viewers will be relieved to know that Billy Crystal’s lucrative new solo show is better than his recent award-hosting stints

December 13, 2004 | Theater Review
The Baltimore Waltz

A revival of Paula Vogel’s chaotic 1992 AIDS play, inspired by the death of her brother Carl.

December 13, 2004 | Theater Review
Belle Epoque

The playwrights have certainly met quota in their perverse biographical work about Henri Toulouse-Lautrec’s syphilitic final days in Montmartre.

December 6, 2004 | Theater Review
A Second Hand Memory

In Woody Allen’s latest theatrical foray, a fifties Brooklyn family squabbles over obligation, money, and the incompatibility of love and marriage.

November 22, 2004 | Theater
Eve Ensler Should Be My Hero.

She’s a sexually frank female performer who’s used her phenomenal mainstream popularity to help women around the world. So why does she drive me crazy?

November 22, 2004 | Theater Review
People Are Wrong!

David Herskovits’ winning ADD-ish direction and an enthusiastic ensemble give the show a kooky charm.

November 22, 2004 | Theater Review
Sailor’s Song Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

Purely by kismet, John Patrick Shanley has three shows up this month, two of which have just opened.

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