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Other Desert Cities (play)

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  • Mad Cow Theatre announces 2013-14 season

    Mad Cow Theatre announces 2013-14 season
    Mad Cow Theatre's 17th season will include recent Broadway hits "Venus in Fur" and "Other Desert Cities," as well as classics, including Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and the 1970s rock musical "Hair." The annual Orlando Cabaret Festival...
  • Tony Awards 2013, 'Kinky Boots' takes best musical title

    The Tonys live... 8:22 p.m.: "Kinky Boots" was named best new musical, bringing its awards haul to six, the most of any production at the 67th annual Tony Awards. The musical, based on the 2005 British movie about a drag queen who saves a shoe factory,...
  • Set Designer Creates Maze Magic For 'Twelfth Night' At Hartford Stage

    Set Designer Creates Maze Magic For 'Twelfth Night' At Hartford Stage
    For set designer Alexander Dodge, it often starts with an image. In the case of the visual inspiration of Hartford Stage's production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," it was the suggestion of a garden maze by director Darko Tresnjak. The result is...
  • As playwrights age, so do perspectives

    As playwrights age, so do perspectives
    In his younger days, playwright Jon Robin Baitz was known for his angry young characters, usually in conflict with stubborn members of the older generation. Those bristling, indignant, furious youth fill such plays as "A Fair Country" (produced in Chicago...
  • Hartford's 'Water By The Spoonful' Opens Off-Broadway

    Hartford's 'Water By The Spoonful' Opens Off-Broadway
    Is it possible to fall in love with all the characters in a play, even those who see themselves as less-than-worthy members of the human race? And then, after more than a year, fall in love with them all over again? That's what happened to me with...
  • Review: Ties bind even as brickbats fly in 'Other Desert Cities'

    Review: Ties bind even as brickbats fly in 'Other Desert Cities'
    If like me you come from a mixed family, meaning there are conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats boisterously hashing out their differences at the holiday table, you'll have an easy time recognizing the Wyeth clan gathered to celebrate...
  • Jeannie Berlin, JoBeth Williams join 'Other Desert Cities' cast

    Jeannie Berlin, JoBeth Williams join 'Other Desert Cities' cast
    The Los Angeles premiere of "Other Desert Cities" by Jon Robin Baitz is to feature Jeannie Berlin, JoBeth Williams and Robin Weigert. The actors are joining the previously announced Justin Long and Robert Foxworth in the comedy about a wealthy family...
  • Justin Long withdraws from 'Other Desert Cities' at Mark Taper

    Justin Long has withdrawn from the upcoming Los Angeles premiere of "Other Desert Cities" at the Mark Taper Forum, which is set to begin performances on Nov. 28. Center Theatre Group said that the actor had to leave the play due to "a film commitment."...
  • Michael Hainey book raises questions about truth versus family

    Michael Hainey book raises questions about truth versus family
    Say you had a family secret. A juicy one. The kind that speaks volumes about families. And you wrote a book about it. But your family hates the book. Or, at the very least, potentially feels embarrassment from it. Would you still release that book?...
  • Truth and other family issues in 'Desert Cities'

    Truth and other family issues in 'Desert Cities'
    In Jon Robin Baitz's compelling new play "Other Desert Cities," a powerful but troubled and secretive West Coast political family named the Wyeths is not much at home in the arid, infertile and generally parched deserts of the American West. This is not...
  • Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win

    Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win
    NEW YORK — What with "Ghost,""Lysistrata Jones" and other wearying disappointments, the 2012-13 Broadway season hardly will go down as a banner year for new American musicals. Indeed, should the best-musical Tony Award go, at Sunday night's...
  • It's the Booth for 'Woolf'

    When it comes to the Broadway transfer of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," opening in October, the one missing piece has been filled in: the name of the theater. Tracy Letts and Amy Morton will go at it on...