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Articles from American Theatre (December 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
2001-2002 Board of Directors. (TCG Annual Report 2001-2002). 14886
A more perfect union: A town in trouble turns to populist theatre for healing and renewal. Burnham, Linda Frye 2404
A sampler from the world stage. (Global Spotlight). 584
A weightless dismissal. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 402
Approaches to theatre training 2003. (Previews Coming in January). 214
Awards & prizes. (Front and Center). 773
Behind the scenes: new biographies peek into several backstage lives. (New Books). Book Review 741
Both sides now: cultural exchange without restrictions enriches the theatre, a director argues. (Counter-Commentary). Dowling, Joe 1230
Cheers. (From the Executive Director). Cameron, Ben 870
Christmas gone Wilde. (Roaming Spotlight). Katz, Marlene Theater Review 150
Corrections. Correction Notice 151
December on stage. Calendar 7430
December theatre almanac. 310
Democracy is the connecting thread, the pivotal concept, in this issue's special section. (The People's Voice). O'Quinn, Jim 215
Denis O'Hare ode to joy: an accomplished New York actor makes happiness hip all over again. (Profiles). Istel, John Interview 1566
Editor's note. O'Quinn, Jim 284
Entrances & exits. (Front and Center). 328
Everday wonders: broadway-style magic meets children's theatre in two Minneapolis premieres. (Critic's Notebook). Ritter, Peter Theater Review 1209
Gloom and doom. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 269
How to avoid being born again: the Tibetan Book of the Dead lives again on stage--this time, in Cleveland and New York. (Critic's Notebook). Brown, Tony Theater Review 1291
I can't believe it's not Chekhov. (Front and Center). Gener, Randy 514
It's a small world, after all. (Front and Center). Renner, Pamela 463
ITI delegates gather in Athens to confront a time of transition. (News). Channick, Joan 720
Love and war: Marc Wolf lays bare the secret history of American soldiers and war veterans. (The People's Voice). Interview 1996
Mrs. Cratchit explains it all for you. (Front and Center). Wren, Celia Theater Review 284
Queens Theatre in the Park. Brief Article 101
Rigor and flexibility. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 172
Staging cancer: facing the ordeal of his life, a director embraces all things theatrical. (First Person). Dillon, John Column 2264
Take this job and show it: Nickel and Dimed leads a pack of plays about the daily grind. (The People's Voice). Berson, Misha 2850
Toward a theater of action: The grassroots theatre movement, aimed at social transfromation, finds savvy new ways to flourish. (The People's Voice). Brennan, Moira 4414
Trends & events. (Front and Center). 700
Tricycles not included. Hart, Sarah Theater Review 143
Twenty questions: Lisa Peterson most recently directed Janusz Glowacki's The Fourth Sister, which is now playing at New York City's Vineyard Theatre. Interview 604
What Actors need. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 257
Who will speak for the Children? Peter Sellars's Children of Herakles gives theatrical shelter to refugee kids lost in the system. (The People's Voice). Gener, Randy Theater Review 3976
Young at heart. (Roaming Spotlight). Theater Review 158

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