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January 26, 2004

This afternoon I was fortunate to attend a very interesting program, the Shakespeare Concerts 2004 Boston performance at Rabb Hall in the Boston Public Library.  
For my comments, click here.
May 21, 2004

Theatre Zone, a theatre company based in Chelsea, Massachusetts, is seeking to raise money by posting
photos of men in kilts, most of them shirtless, on their website.  People can pay a ransom to spare the men further embarrassment by having the pictures removed.
The Happiest Corpse I've Ever Seen
The Happiest Corpse I've Ever Seen
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May 17, 2005

Michael Musto writes for the
Village Voice:  "I liked the Sweet Charity revival a bit more than Times man BEN BRANTLEY did—he thought it was an irritating trifle—but I have to defend his integrity here. The show's ads quote Brantley saying that when CHRISTINA APPLEGATE appears onstage, 'the audience braces for a triumph.' But they leave out that he basically concluded the audience doesn't get one!"
"Tony Award nominee Dana Ivey is the scandalous Mrs. Warren in the new Irish Repertory Theatre staging of Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren's Profession, beginning Dec. 9 in Manhattan."--Playbill