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Articles from American Theatre (November 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
20 Questions. Interview 882
A Fox Francophile. 111
A museum of many colors: George C. Wolfe brings the Civil Rights Movement to vivid life in Atlanta. Kompanek, Christopher Interview 2122
A new awakening: Deaf West's Spring Awakening puts the musical's themes--voiceless youth, generational misunderstanding--into even sharper focus. Buchwald, Linda Theater review 1805
A place for remembering. Eyring, Teresa 896
A plucky collaboration. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 375
Commission + commitment: Yale Rep's Binger Center has hit upon a way to fund not only the writing of new plays but their productions as well. Miller, Stuart 1431
Conquering a Marlowe classic. Tran, Diep Brief article 151
Destroying the audience: Young Jean Lee talks about the traps she lays for her public. Bent, Eliza Interview 3587
Editor's note. O'Quinn, Jim 447
En Garde Arts 2.0. Tran, Diep 713
Finding ways to firmer ground: Theatre Facts 2013 shows companies are taking smart steps to regain their economic footing after the Great Recession. Wren, Celia Statistical data 5323
First dibs. Miller, Scott Letter to the editor 204
Fringe, American style! At this year's Edfringe, American artists leapt the fourth wall to hug, prod and party down with audiences. Serratore, Nicole Column 1665
Gods of the theatre. Weiner-Kendt, Rob 473
Hershey Felder: artists and repertoire. Weiss, Hedy Interview 2058
How sacred is your stuff? Bent, Eliza 480
In the woods: Fiasco Theater & McCarter Theatre Center. Tran, Diep 546
Is it a church bell? Lyons, Jack Letter to the editor 244
Let's talk about the weather: NACL Theatre connects climate change, community and performance. Braverman, Isabel 1362
On Facebook. Letter to the editor 135
On stage. Calendar 9243
On Twitter. Letter to the editor 103
Permanent residency? Wrappe, Megan Brief article 322
Sheldon Patinkin: 1935-2014. Cromer, David In memoriam 670
Southern discomfort. Weinert-Kendt, Rob Brief article 271
The faith to let go. Evans, Suzy Brief article 313
The Shaw must go on: David Staller tirelessly champions the 20th-century critic/playwright as a writer, activist and inspiration. Smith, Wendy 1876
Who's afraid of Roald Dahl? Evans, Suzy 2842
You know, for kids. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 384

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