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11468   Brooklyn Bridge Memory Theater  
Ron Cowen
Noontime on a brilliant summer day in lower Manhattan - a visitor''s steps quicken as he leaves the skyscrapers behind and heads toward the river. Weaving through the traffic ... Issue Date: 10 / 1986

11594   New York Theater Scene  
Jeff Church and Sy Syna
Keeping an Ear to the Pavement: Playwright Reinaldo Povod by Jeff Church Just because this is his first play on Broadway doesn''t mean 26 year old Reinaldo ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

10831   Aunt Dan and Lemon: Now From New York  
Sy Syna
It''s a nimble feat for a playwright to create an appealing and personable character and, at the same time, endow that character with beliefs and a life-style which are ... Issue Date: 7 / 1986

10832   Big River: The Road Show  
Jeff Church
Big River, about to embark on its nationwide tour, has a great many things going for it. The show is vast, considerable, and mounted on a grand scale. I wondered what others ... Issue Date: 7 / 1986

10951   The Mikado on a Skewer  
Jeff Church
In Washington at Ford''s Theater, a production team under the artistic direction of David H. Bell has taken up residency with highly commercial results. The philosophy of Bella ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

10952   Long Day's Journey into Night: A 'Journey' for the People  
Jeff Church
Here''s a clear, sanitized, very bright production of Long Day''s Journey into Night, a play most would never consider clear, clean, or very bright. Jonathan Miller, a director ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

10965   Importance of Discovering Oscar Wilde  
Jeff Church
There it sits in the New York Public Library, undisturbed by time--but in actuality, until times recent. The item in question has a secretive history of being shipped across the ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

11214   Nichols' 'Social' Complacency  
Jeff Church
Mike Nichols'' new comedy, Social Security, is a good-spirited piece about a New York couple who have lost themselves in their own world (art) and have forgotten they have a kook ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

11218   Shakespeare Ethnically Mixed  
Sy Syna
Juliet is played by a short, blonde actress. Nothing unusual in that. But her father is black and her mother, Hispanic. Friar Laurence is an Asian-American. The literal ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

11220   Legends!: The Legend of Two Old War-Horses  
Jeff Church
Mary Martin and Carol Channing in Legends!, a new comedy by James Kirkwood, directed by Clifford Williams. The show was at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles during March and ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

10499   Give 'em Hellman  
Jeff Church
Recipe for making a classic one-woman show: Find a three-time Tony award winner; add a playwright whose previous one-woman show has been seen world-wide; stir in a director who ... Issue Date: 2 / 1986

10660   Forbidden Broadway: D.C.'s Impish Take  
Jeff Church
AS Washington theatergoers enter the well-mannered Marquee Lounge at the Omni Shoreham Hotel to see five players do a club-act indictment of hit musicals called Forbidden ... Issue Date: 1 / 1986

10667   Lily Tomlin: The One-Woman Wonder  
Jeff Church
In recent years, Broadway has been sadly in need of a hit show. Theatergoers, your messiah has arrived. Lily Tomlin and her potpourri of entirely new characters gives a ... Issue Date: 1 / 1986

10669   Tamara in L.A.  
Jeff Church
Ah, Hollywoodland, what will they dream up next? Imagine, if you will, a theater production that actually encourages you leave the room if you are not intrigued with the plotline ... Issue Date: 1 / 1986

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