Citations with the tag: DRAMA
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- Bicentennial Man.
// Scholastic Scope; 12/13/99, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p7
Presents a scene-by-scene play based on the movie version of Isaac Asimov's `Bicentennial Man,' starring Robin Williams as the robot.
- Almost a Woman (Film).
Grant, Adam // Scholastic Scope; 10/4/2002, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p4
Reviews the play 'Almost a Woman,' by Esmeralda Santiago performed by Ana Maria Lagasca.
Grant, Adam // Advocate; 9/2/86, Issue 454, ADVOCATE WEST p12
Presents the scheduled performances of the play 'Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down,' starring Susan Tyrell and Steve Lyon in West Hollywood, California.
- ON THE BOARDS IN THE BAY AREA.
Bean, Joseph W. // Advocate; 7/19/88, Issue 503, p60
Provides information on stage plays performed in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, as of July 19, 1988. 'Kiss of a Spider Woman,' written by Manuel Puig; 'In the Summer When It's Hot and Sticky,' written by Doug Holsclaw.
- Tuning into humanity with Burning Vision.
Lin, Brian // Raven's Eye; Apr2002, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p8
Reviews the drama 'Burning Vision,' written by Marie Clements.
- Kentucky ministers protest 'Laramie Project'.
Lin, Brian // Gay & Lesbian Times; 2/20/2003, Issue 791, p28
Reports on the protest against the play 'The Laramie Project' in Danville, Kentucky. Claims of a group of pastors.
- One Dream, Many Voices.
Hambrick, Julie Ball // Louisville Magazine; Feb2003, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p15
Focuses on a play entitled 'Dream: Young Voices of the Civil Rights Movement.' Premiere of the play at Stage One Children's Theatre in Kentucky; Adaptation of the play; Contact address for information about the school performances of the play.
- Play is a fast-paced take on racism and journalistic ethics.
Blaney, Retta // National Catholic Reporter; 12/19/2003, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p16
Reviews the play "The Story."
- Freaks far-flung & local.
Steyn, Mark // New Criterion; Jun96, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p37
Provides insights on several plays. Titles; Characterization; Storylines; Score; Production design.
- SHOW STOPPERS.
Giusti, Autumn C. // New Orleans Magazine; Dec2002, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p27
Reports on two plays that will be performed in New Orleans, Louisiana in December 2002. Schedule and venue of the play 'Dead Flowers,' written by Jim Winter, a student of New Orleans University; Schedule and contact information of the play 'Noises Off,' by Michael Frayn.
- Fascinating Fascism.
Calder, Angus // New Statesman & Society; 8/28/92, Vol. 5 Issue 217, p29
Reviews several theater productions in Edinburgh. `Ein Traum, Was Sonst?' (`A Dream, What Else?') at the King's Theatre; `Good,' produced by Glasgow's Tron; `Kepler,' written by Robert Forrest, produced by Fifth Estate; More; Nazi themes in the works.
Calder, Angus // Scholastic Scope (Teacher's Edition); 11/15/2002, Vol. 51 Issue 6, pT-2
Reviews the play 'Drumline.'
- NEW YORK: Limelight on Atlantic Yards.
Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer; 11/29/2010, Vol. 374 Issue 33423, p9
The article reports on the drama presentation of the controversial Atlantic Yards Development Project entitled "In the Footprints" in New York.
- Here on Earth.
Phillips, Ted // Scholastic Action; 03/06/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p10
Presents a short script from the motion picture 'Here on Earth.'
- LEGIT REVIEW.
Taylor, Markland // Daily Variety; 6/11/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 7, p17
Reviews the play 'Our Town,' written by Thornton Wilder and directed by James Naughton in Westport, Connecticut.
- The Voice of the Turtle (Drama).
Taylor, Markland // Daily Variety; 7/2/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 22, p8
Reviews the drama 'The Voice of the Turtle,' written by John Van Druten and performed by the Westport Country Playhouse.
- Trying them out off Broadway.
Torrens, J.S. // America; 12/8/1990, Vol. 163 Issue 18, p453
Reviews four off Broadway plays. `Smoke on the Mountain' presents insiders who poke fun at their home form of religion; `Daytrips,' shows a woman caring for her mother, an Alzheimer's victim; `Abundance,' by Beth Henley, is set in an anti-heroic Wild West; `Catch Me If I Fall' has a clever plot...
- Longing for heaven: Four new plays.
Feeney, Joseph J. // America; 1/29/1994, Vol. 170 Issue 3, p23
Reviews the British and Irish plays `The Gift of the Gorgon,' by Peter Shaffer, `Arcadia,' by Tom Stoppard, `Wonderful Tennessee,' by Brian Friel and `Moonlight' by Harold Pinter. Plays touching the concept of heaven.
Pryor, K. // New York; 9/11/89, Vol. 22 Issue 35, p52
Presents a fall preview of theater productions with brief comments on dates and locations of productions.
- A soap opera with real suds.
Smith, C.; Slonim, J. // New York; 6/1/92, Vol. 25 Issue 22, p28
Gives details on `underground soup,' a multiplot serial comedy put on every Friday night by New York's Cucaracha Theatre, the Obie-winning downtown performance collective. Typical vignettes.
- Derelict directors.
Simon, John // New York; 5/8/95, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p72
Presents a review of plays in New York City, New York. `Indiscretions,' by Sean Mathias; `A Month in the Country,' by Ivan Turgenev; `Night and Her Stars,' by Richard Greenberg; `A Language of Their Own,' directed by Keng-Seng Ong; `Dancing on Moonlight,' by Keith Glover.
- Aeschylus in the park.
Simon, John // New York; 7/17/95, Vol. 28 Issue 28, p64
Announces the Rakka-Thamm!!! Theater Company's performance of their environmental adaptation of the play `The Eumenides' in Washington Park Square through July 23, 1995.
Short, Randall // New York; 12/25/95-1/1/96, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p152
Presents previews and openings of theatrical productions. The Father; Beauty and the Beast; Crazy for You; More. INSET: Whistling in the Dark..
- Assault by Battery.
Simon, John // New York; 11/25/96, Vol. 29 Issue 46, p72
Reviews plays that can be seen in New York City during November 1996. `The Red Devil Battery Sign,' directed by Michael Wilson and starring Elizabeth Ashley; `Cakewalk'; `The Waiting Room,' directed by David Schweizer; `Demonology,' directed by Jim Simpson and starring Marisa Tomei.
- Of poets and puppets.
Simon, John // New York; 12/09/96, Vol. 29 Issue 48, p75
Reviews dramas that can be seen in New York City during December 1996. `The Waste Land' starring Fiona Shaw; `Juan Darien, A Carnival Mass'; `Golden Child'; `Julia Sweeney's God Said `Ha!''; The revival of `Gigi' at the Paper Mill Playhouse.
- The wizard of odd.
Simon, John // New York; 04/28/97, Vol. 30 Issue 16, p104
Reviews four plays being performed in New York City during April 1997. `Sympathetic Magic,' by Lanford Wilson; `An American Daughter,' by Wendy Wasserstein; `The Green Heart' by Charles Busch; `The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite,; by Quincy Long.
- Pierce, Babylon back-to-back in S.F.
McLean, Donald // Advocate; 12/4/74, Issue 152, p22
Discusses the staging of the play double-feature format of the 'Beach Blanket Babylon,' in San Francisco, California. Summary; Cast; Theme.
- Conflict: The heartbeat of a play.
Andersen, D. // Writer; Sep87, Vol. 100 Issue 9, p14
In a good play, the heartbeat must be thundering & the heartbeat of a play is conflict. In most plays, conflict is a combination of internal & external struggles. Five ingredients of rousing, attention-grabbing conflict.
- Opportunities for today's playwrights.
Andersen, D. // Writer; Dec87, Vol. 100 Issue 12, p24
Getting your play produced: a listing of what 33 regional and community theaters are looking for.
- An object lesson for playwrights.
Sweet, J. // Writer; Dec89, Vol. 102 Issue 12, p18
Discusses how to dramatize what is going on between characters through the way they negotiate over an object, and how playwrights can use negotiations to help the audience figure out what is going on, without tedious explanations. Examples of technique.
- Playwriting as architecture.
Slaton, G. // Writer; Apr90, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p20
Discusses how to approach playwriting from an architectural perspective to allow a thorough analysis of the individual building components and see an idea through to a final draft.
- `Disorder of the lights perhaps an illusion'.
Baker, Stephen // Studies in the Literary Imagination; Fall91, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p7
Presents an inquiry into Paramodern stage performance. relationship between perception, conception and the codes by which they are defined; Image at play; Uselessness of ration action; Intertextual and grammatological techniques.
- The status of stage directions.
Carlson, Marvin // Studies in the Literary Imagination; Fall91, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p37
Focuses on the status of stage directions. Topology of different types of didascalia; Structural stage directions; Characteristics and operative structures of the theatrical text; Function of dramatic text; Theoretical problems with the view of the didascalia.
- Theatre VII puts more 'action' in its live action.
Carlson, Marvin // Advocate; 10/28/70, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p15
Reviews the drama 'Subscription to Love,' directed by Dan Desmairis, starring Lester Todd and presented at the Hollywood Center Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
- Dame Judith fails as 'Hamlet' in production marred by confusion.
Dean, Douglas // Advocate; 10/28/70, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p16
Reviews the drama 'Hamlet,' directed by William Ball, starring Judith Anderson and presented at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California.
- Gays in plays: Is the author's problem really our problem?
Meier, Erik // Advocate; 10/28/70, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p18
Reviews the drama 'The Boys in the Band,' starring Kenneth Nelson and Frederick Combs.
- REMOTE ASYLUM: The boy on the way to the band.
Kepner, Jim // Advocate; 12/23/70, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p19
Reviews the play 'Remote Asylum.'
- GOES ON AND ON: 'Earth Child' should have been a short.
Ross, Jay // Advocate; 12/23/70, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p19
Reviews the play 'Earth Child, Naked Unto the World,' directed by Chuck Roy.
- Gays can identify with 'Georgie Porgie'
Kelly, Paul // Advocate; 10/13/71, Issue 70, p22
Reviews the play 'Georgie Porgie,' starring Paul Rosson and Barry Kael directed by George Birimisa.
- A handsome king & a troubled idealist.
Ross, Jay // Advocate; 10/13/71, Issue 70, p31
Reviews the plays 'Exit the King,' starring Richard Johnson, Sharon Tipton, Rebecca Goldstein Lisa Peyroux and William Snare directed by Sal Romeo and 'Dirty Hands,' starring Rick Moses and Ted Roter.
- The final curtain falls.
Andreae, Christopher // Christian Science Monitor; 7/26/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 171, p19
Presents the author's feelings and emotions upon completing a dramatic production.
- OFF B'WAY REVIEW.
Stasio, Marilyn // Daily Variety; 3/18/2003, Vol. 278 Issue 52, p14
No abstract available.
- A New War.
Taylor, Markland // Daily Variety; 3/26/2003, Vol. 278 Issue 58, p9
Reviews the play 'A New War' directed by Gip Hoppe.
- She stoops to Comedy.
Isherwood, Charles // Daily Variety; 4/23/2003, Vol. 279 Issue 12, p10
Reviews the play 'She Stoops to Comedy,' written and directed by David Greenspan.
- It's raining receipts for Broadway shows.
Hofler, Robert // Daily Variety; 6/24/2003, Vol. 279 Issue 55, p5
Reports on the increase in ticket sales in Broadway shows in New York two weeks after the Tony Awards. Paid attendance figures; Top ten shows for the week of June 16-22, 2003.
- Reviews: What's on in London.
Leech, Michael // British Heritage; Jun/Jul98, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p66
Reviews several dramas playing in London entitled `Brassed Off,' `An Enemy of the People,' `Oklahoma!' `The London Cuckold,' `The Prime of Miss Jean' and others. When and where these shows are scheduled to take place; Contact information provided.
Barreca, Chris // American Theatre; Dec97, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p7
Lists some plays that have yet to be staged in theaters in the United States, compiled as of December 12, 1997. Includes Erik Ehn's adaptation of Faulkner's `As I Lay Dying'; Ibsen's `Brand,' and `John Gabriel Borkmann'; `In the Loneliness of the Cotton Fields,' by Bernard-Marie Koltes.
- How to Avoid Being Born Again.
Brown, Tony // American Theatre; Dec2002, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p66
Reviews the play 'Blue Sky Transmission: The Tibetan Book of the Dead,' performed in Cleveland, Ohio and New York City in 2002.
- Friendship 101.
Shepard, Elizabeth // Scholastic Choices; Mar98, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p28
Presents an excerpt of the play `Friendship 101.' Identification of the characters in the play; Number of scenes the play have; Indepth look at the play.
- New Kid Blues.
Shepard, Elizabeth // Scholastic Choices; Sep2001, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p10
Presents the play 'New Kid Blues,' about a boy who has entered a new school.