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  1. An Evening With Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin: Theater Review

    6:30 pm 11/21/2011

    The two performers share stories about their days co-starring in "Evita" and perform condensed renderings of "South Pacific," "Merrily We Roll Along" and "Carousel" during the two-hour set.Read more

  2. Seminar: Theater Review

    4:00 pm 11/20/2011

    Sam Gold directs "Smash" creator Theresa Rebeck's entertaining new Broadway comedy with a stellar five-character ensemble.Read more

  3. Private Lives: Theater Review

    6:30 pm 11/17/2011

    After 25 years away from Broadway, Kim Cattrall is back playing opposite Paul Gross in the evergreen 1930 comedy by Noel Coward. Read more

  4. King Lear: Theater Review

    7:00 pm 11/8/2011

    While Sam Waterston takes on the title role, supporting player John Douglas Thompson delivers the standout performance in director James Macdonald's production. Read more

  5. Venus in Fur: Theater Review

    6:00 pm 11/8/2011

    Inspired by the novella "Venus in Furs" by Austrian writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, the story centers on an actress and a director whose power shifts during the course of the play.Read more

  6. Asuncion: Theater Review

    6:00 pm 10/27/2011

    Actor-turned-playwright Jesse Eisenberg has a way with character, but this slender debut doesn't add up to much.Read more

  7. Chinglish: Theater Review

    3:32 pm 10/27/2011

    The play was a smash in Chicago, but its charms feel a little stretched as it makes its Broadway debut, writes THR's David Rooney.Read more

  8. Relatively Speaking: Theater Review

    6:00 pm 10/20/2011

    Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May penned segments for this trio of one-act comedies, directed by John Turturro, with a cast that includes Ari Graynor, Steve Guttenberg, Julie Kavner and Marlo Thomas.Read more

  9. The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs: Theater Review

    7:00 pm 10/17/2011

    Mike Daisey's provocative monologue, which has been updated but not softened since the "techno-libertarian hippie" died earlier this month, makes its New York debut.Read more

  10. The Mountaintop: Theater Review

    6:00 pm 10/13/2011

    Katori Hall's play is based on the legendary Martin Luther King Jr.'s life, with a fictionalized account of his last night on Earth.Read more

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