Monday Aug 26th, 2013

Shakespeare’s hand in the additional passages to Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy

By Douglas Bruster
Why should we think that Shakespeare wrote lines first published in the 1602 quarto of The Spanish Tragedy, a then-classic play by his deceased contemporary Thomas Kyd? Our answer starts 180 years ago, when Samuel Taylor Coleridge—author of ‘Kubla Khan’ and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner—said he heard Shakespeare in this material. uk_historyoxfordjournalsliteraturetheatre-dance-leisure

Friday Jul 18th, 2014

In remembrance of Elaine Stritch

A brief extract from Eddie Shapiro’s interview with Elaine Stritch
Thursday Jun 12th, 2014

Behind-the-scenes tour of film musical history

A slideshow of images from Richard Barrios’s Dangerous Rhythm
Saturday Jun 7th, 2014

What kind of Lena Younger would Diahann Carroll have been?

Ruth Feldstein on the Tony awards
Thursday Jun 5th, 2014

Why we watch the Tony Awards

Liz Wollman gives us five reasons to tune in on Sunday
Tuesday
Apr 29th, 2014

Hasidic drag in American modern dance

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Monday
Apr 14th, 2014

Shakespeare’s 450th birthday quiz

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Tuesday
Apr 8th, 2014

Happy 450th birthday William Shakespeare!

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Tuesday
Mar 25th, 2014

Discussing Josephine Baker with Anne Cheng

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Monday
Mar 24th, 2014

Plausible fictions and irrational coherence

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Tuesday
Mar 4th, 2014

A day with Carol Channing in Disneyland

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Thursday
Feb 20th, 2014

At the launch of Nothing Like a Dame

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Friday
Jan 31st, 2014

Happy Birthday, Carol Channing!

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Wednesday
Jan 29th, 2014

Hal Gladfelder on The Beggar’s Opera and Polly

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Friday
Oct 25th, 2013

Shakespeare in disguise

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