Tag Archives: The New York Times

Musical Theatre Sunday School: In Pandora’s Box, There Was Also Hope…

The telling of diverse stories is, of course, not only a challenge for Americans, but also one that faces us all. So, if you’re the kind of person who’d like to share your story with us, what do you do to encourage diversity in the arts in your community? Maybe your groundbreaking work will inspire us all. Continue reading

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While this topic isn’t specifically related to musical theatre, I think it does have ramifications for theatre in general and is thus worth reflection. The casting of Abigail Breslin in The Miracle Worker has sparked a huge controversy, upsetting advocates … Continue reading

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RIP Clive Barnes

Clive Barnes was a British-born American dance, drama and opera critic, writing during his career for The New York Times, The New York Post, The Times and the Daily Express and for magazines like Dance and Spectator. He also wrote, … Continue reading

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