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A Life in the Theatre with T.R. Knight & Patrick Stewart

October 22nd, 2010 No Comments

Backstage camaraderie, the sharing of ideas and make-up brushes, critiquing that night’s performance, rehearsing a new play, quick costume and wig changes, some bickering, some jealousy, some swordplay and lots and lots of laughter are what David Mamet, in his mellow younger period as playwright circa 1977, strove for and accomplished mightily in his charming […]

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Mamet’s Race on Broadway

December 17th, 2009 Comments Off on Mamet’s Race on Broadway

Can racism be entertaining?  In the hands of David Mamet who has both written and directed “Race” his new compact, one hundred minute provocative play with an intermission and pregnant pause between the concise two scenes that make up Act II – which is now playing at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre – the answer is […]

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