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Gabriel Byrne And The Art Of Listening
Playwright Finds Humor In Torture
The Magic Of Tarell McCraney's 'Distant Present'
For Downsized Actors, Performance Anxiety Looms
Good Old Reliable Oliver Platt In 'Guys And Dolls'
A Rising-Star Writer And A Miraculous Maid
Play Asks: Can Science And Religion Get Along?
Kristin Chenoweth Is 'A Little Bit Wicked'
Ethan Coen's 'Recreational' Writing Projects
Boy Poet, 12, Pens Love For Dad
Sonia Sanchez Honors Late Jazz Musician With Poem
As Newspapers Downsize, Cities Lose Arts Critics
There's Attitude, And Then There's 'Hat-itude'
Margaret Whiting On Jazz And Jack Wrangler