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Arts and Culture Archive

September 11, 2006
Both Sides Now

The big questions, seen from the left and the right.

September 11, 2006
Waiting for Lefty

Frank Rich connects the dots from the Green Zone to Hollywood.

September 11, 2006
Richard Ford’s Manly Meditations

Reading Ford, you can feel uplifted and empowered in a way that might make you wonder if his books are really novels at all, and not some sublime species of self-help.

September 11, 2006

Critics have already begun carping that The Illustrated 9/11 Report, a comic-book condensation of the best-selling document, created by two septuagenarian alumni of the Richie Rich comics, risks trivializing the disaster.

September 4, 2006
Lonely Planet

Envy-magnet Nell Freudenberger is back with a smart and rueful tale of a Chinese fish out of water.

September 11, 2006
But Is the Cast Album on Vinyl?

Making a Broadway musical from Nick Hornby’s lovely novel High Fidelity, about a lovelorn indie-record-store snob, sounds dubious. But with a script by David Lindsay-Abaire and a star turn from Will Chase—widely considered the only good thing about last year’s Lennon—there is cause for hope.

September 11, 2006
Company’s Coming

John Doyle made waves when he gave Patti LuPone a tuba for Sweeney Todd. Will it work for “The Ladies Who Lunch”?

September 11, 2006
A Berlitz Guide to BAM

A quickie Shakespeare translator for what you’ll hear onstage—and chat about afterward.

September 11, 2006
The Ten-Percent Solution

This fall’s Broadway transfer of Douglas Carter Beane’s The Little Dog Laughed suggests a new subgenre: the Agent Morality Play.

August 24, 2006
All the World’s a Stage

Julianne Moore on her role in David Hare’s international-studies play The Vertical Hour—and how she almost skipped her return to Broadway.

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