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March 29, 2007

Theater in the Outback

Bridgette Redman

The Full Monty

Whitney Smith reviews The Full Monty by¬ American Cabaret Theatre.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Byron Woods says North Carolina University's dramatic arts program needs to upgrade more than just the about-to-close theater--the acting needs an overhaul as well.

Blood Wedding

Dominic Papatola observes a production that ebbs and flows around the emotional linchpin of a powerful actress.

Talley's Folley

Jennifer Smith tells how a real-life married couple performing at Madison Reperatory Theatre bring Lanford Wilson's play to life.


Kati Schardl shares the dramatic detective work done by a professor to reconstruct a play possibly written in a collaboration between William Shakespeare and John Fletcher.

Kati Shardl shares the process of reconstruting a play possibly written by

Posted by Bridgette Redman at March 29, 2007 10:46 AM

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