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Archive for August, 2007

08/23/2007

Broadway Buzz

    Take a look at the cast for the Asolo Repertory Theatre’s New York-bound A Tale of Two Cities.   By Kay Kipling   Now that casting has been announced for the Asolo Repertory Theatre’s A Tale of Two Cities, buzz should really begin to build for this Jill Santoriello musical version of the […]

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08/13/2007

The Rabbit Hole

    Florida Studio Theatre’s current production examines grief and loss without flinching.   By Kay Kipling   For playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, The Rabbit Hole was a departure in style from earlier works (absurdist comedies including Fuddy Meers and Kimberly Akimbo among them). It’s a close-up, intimate portrait of a family dealing with grief, presented […]

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08/10/2007

The Faith Healer

  In the Banyan’s current production, the truth depends on who’s telling the story.   By Kay Kipling   The challenges of staging Brian Friel’s The Faith Healer are obvious ones: The three-character play, which centers on an itinerant Irish faith healer, his long-suffering wife and his Cockney manager, is set up as four lengthy […]

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