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Playwright Paula Vogel (‘Indecent’ on Broadway) in Conversation with Linda Winer

There has been such enthusiasm for the production since Yale (2015) that the ensemble, the musicians, the stage manager, and the assistants have remained together. As Vogel says, “We’ve all moved together as one.”

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Maps for a War Tourist’

The true story of 'the girl with the red foulard,' killed fighting with the PKK against the so-called Islamic State just as this production prepared to mount, takes its place in the connected and seemingly neverending sagas of the war on terror and the struggle for self-determination in the face of what may seem destiny.

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A Day of ‘Hamilton’ with Students and Teachers at the Hamilton Education Program in New York City

'Hamilton'-inspired poems and songs by NYC high school students preparing to see the Broadway musical reminded us that we must continue to fight for freedom.

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Sister Act’ the Musical from Base Entertainment

'Sister Act' is a fabulous musical you shouldn't miss. Good acting, great music, wonderful costumes, funny lines and emotionally effective scenes are all reasons you'll agree with Deloris when she sings, 'Nothing's ever gonna change that fact. I'm part of one terrific Sister Act.'

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Rotterdam’ by Jon Brittain

In the aftermath of a season of "identity politics," the Olivier Award-winning new play zooms in on a handful of young people whose personal identity politics happen to involve sexual orientation and gender identity, but who could stand in for any and all of us. And it does so with glitz and panache, meaty insight, sinewy dialogue and performances, and top-notch skill from beginning to end.

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