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January 3, 2005
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 6, 2004
Michael Frayn's Influences

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

December 6, 2004
Faith-Based Initiative

A tale of Catholic-school scandals, Doubt treats both victims and villains with admirable ambiguity.

December 6, 2004
Don’t You Forget About Me

The 18-year-old Molly Ringwald lives in a generation’s high-school memories. The 36-year-old Molly drags her stroller up five flights of stairs.

November 29, 2004
Up With People

Playwright Neil LaBute is famous for his twisted amorality plays. With Fat Pig, is he seeking higher ground?

November 29, 2004
Character Actor Michael Mckean

Michael McKean’s roles are probably better known than he.

November 22, 2004
Overheard

What the audience really thought about Brooke Shields in ‘Wonderful Town’

November 22, 2004
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 15, 2004
Gimmick Theater Through The Ages

Six gimmick-driven theater performances.

November 8, 2004
Home Boy

The way he tells it, Matthew Broderick’s huge career just sorta happened to him.

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