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Articles from American Theatre (March 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
20 Question. Interview 715
20,000 leagues in 2 hours. Wrappe, Megan Brief article 232
A Tale of 2 composers: acclaimed veteran John Kander and rising star Nick Blaemire discuss the state of musical theatre--and their new musicals premiering at Signature Theatre this month. Evans, Suzy 2725
Activism in academia. Woods, Leigh Letter to the editor 201
All Fugued up. Nichols, David C. Theater review 332
And the Band Played On: a new kind of short-play cycle: albums inspiring plays inspiring music. Bent, Eliza 1116
April Almanac. Brief article 198
Arguing with 'The Good Book': after having a hit with Homer, Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson take on the story behind the greatest story ever told. Thielman, Sam Interview 1626
August Wilson for everyone. Reid, Kerry 703
Awards & prizes. 701
Belly Up to Bard: want a cocktail with your classics? Troupes are attracting new audiences to old plays by mixing sauce and Shakespeare. Miller, Stuart 2820
Body language learning. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 474
Consideration or contention? Strain, Alexander 184
Conversations. 357
David Zinn size matters: as the projects got bigger, his two-pronged career as costumer and set designer went into overdrive. Miller, Stuart Interview 1734
Does Othello have to be black? If that sound like a stupid question, talk it over with actor BILL PULLMAN and director STEIN WINGE. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 2340
Editors note. Editorial 444
Entrances & exits. 467
Extra-strength comic relief. Weinert-Kendt, Rob Theater review 353
Fantasia. Tran, Diep Theater review 310
Head Shake and Heartbreak: three new plays aren't giving football a pass for its players' brain-injury problems. But the criticism comes from a love of the game. Firestone, Lonnie 1629
If These Walls Could Talk: when boundary busting companies like the Civilians, Pig Iron and Native Voices take their live shows into the hallowed halls of museums, certain rules must be followed. Tran, Diep 2940
In memoriam. In memoriam 512
It was the darkest of times. Millburn, N.J. 459
It's not censorship. Golkow, Andrew Letter to the editor 211
On stage March 15. Calendar 7890
Preparing for a more diverse 2042. Tran, Diep 642
Seeing change. Eyring, Teresa 855
The mysteries of selfhood. Bent, Eliza Brief article 295
The Second Girl: Huntington Theatre Company. 639
What's happening. 195
Why Sean Graney came back. Weinert-Kendt, Rob Interview 896
Will and Williams and Women: new books on two much-interpreted writers consider the female muses who inspired and frustrated them. Smith, Wendy Book review 1264

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