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Q&A: “Dogfight” Librettist Peter Duchan on the Beauty of an Ugly Premise
Q&A: Green Goblin Actor Patrick Page on the Hard Lessons of
July 18, 2012
In 2010, Patrick Page was about to leave for San Diego to appear in “The Madness of King George” and “King Lear” when he got a call from his agent, who said, “Don’t get on that plane...
Q&A: “Mamma Mia!” Producer Judy Craymer on Harnessing Girl P
July 11, 2012
After ushering the ABBA musical “Mamma Mia!” to phenomenal success, the redoubtable British producer Judy Craymer is back with another roll of the dice: “Viva Forever!” a new musical...
Theater Q&A: Tom Meehan on the Darker Side of “Chaplin,” “A
May 21, 2012
“When you hear the name ‘Chaplin,’ you’re going to think comedy,” says Tom Meehan. “But it’s not really comedy. There’s very little comedy in it. The big trauma of his life was his mother...
Q&A: Tony Nominee Diane Paulus on “Porgy and Bess” and Break
May 08, 2012
Director Diane Paulus loves a storm. A tempest figures prominently in “Amaluna,” her new Cirque du Soleil show in Montreal. And it is a hurricane which brings an ill wind to Catfish Row...
Q&A: Tony Nominee Rick Elice on Giving Wing to “Peter and th
May 01, 2012
Rick Elice, by his own admission, just couldn’t hold down a regular job. Instead he finds himself, at 55, a co-librettist for the smash hit “Jersey Boys,” and the author of the new...
Q&A: Juliette Binoche Takes the Existential Route in “Elles”
April 28, 2012
In Polish filmmaker Malgolska Szumowska’s Tribeca-screened “Elles,” which opened yesterday, Juliette Binoche gives one of her most radically strung-out and existentially anguished...
Q&A: Nicky Silver, Inheritor to Neil Simon and Edward Albee,
April 25, 2012
Last Monday, at the jubilant opening night party for Nicky Silver’s “The Lyons,” the playwright hid behind a pillar at Sardi’s Restaurant as a publicist read the New York Times’s rave...
Q&A: “Leap of Faith” Writer Warren Leight on the Art of the
April 23, 2012
The theater — long enamored of con artists: music guys, rainmakers, shifty producers, lotharios, and flimflam men — now welcomes Jonas Nightingale, the slick televangelist played by Raul...
Q&A: “Clybourne Park” Director Pam MacKinnon on Challenging
April 20, 2012
If the nuances of race, rage, and marriage emerge with searing clarity in “Clybourne Park,” Bruce Norris’s 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner now on Broadway, a good part of the...
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