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August 28, 2006
Off to the Races

Highlights from the 8 Minute Madness Playwright Festival, a competition that challenges emerging playwrights to write eight-minute works.

August 28, 2006
How—Just Four Years After Its 42-Year Run—‘The Fantasticks’ Is Back Onstage

A long story short.

August 28, 2006
A Star Is Shorn

Yes, Martin Short’s send-up of ego-trip one-man shows is funny. But is it healthy for Broadway to depend on Britney jokes?

August 28, 2006
Off the Shelf: Jennifer Egan

The author of the new novel The Keep on five books in her library that have influenced her—and why Henry James is so hard to read in New York.

August 28, 2006
Mostly Recovered

Mostly Mozart looks healthy again at 40—and Peter Sellars's outré Zaide is exactly the kind of therapy it needed.

August 21, 2006
Arm Go Bragh

How a 218-year-old Irish boxer’s petrified remains came to Midtown.

August 21, 2006
Bohemian Boot Camp

Being an artist in New York is no picnic. Creative Capital takes them upstate to teach them to survive.

August 21, 2006
The Angriest Auteur

Spike Lee, along with his wife, Tonya Lewis, is wealthy, hugely successful, at the top of W.E.B. DuBois’s “Talented Tenth” of black society in America. But does that mean Spike has mellowed? Hardly.

August 21, 2006
Let Me Hear You Dance

The first full rehearsal for the premiere of Mark Morris’s Mozart Dances, the centerpiece of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival.

August 21, 2006
Tune In to the Undulating Curve of Shifting Expectations!

Now that TV’s leaked onto the Internet (and vice versa), high hopes for a new series can be dashed even before the show premieres.

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