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World Premiere of The North Pool is a Hit

I recently had the joy of witnessing the world premier of an astoundingly good play by Rajiv Joseph, The North Pool is set in a seemingly typical American public high school. The show consists of two characters: an over-workedThe North Pool Vice Principal, Dr. Danielson, and an Arabic student, Khadim Asmaan. Khadim is the child of diplomats and has lived all over the world. He recently enrolled in the public high school after leaving an elite local private school. On the afternoon before Spring Break, he is called into Dr. Danielson’s office for a one-on-one meeting. Continue reading

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Eleven New Musicals for 2011 Broadway Season

My hat goes off to Broadway and its’ producers this year for taking the exciting risk of putting on 11 new musicals for the 2011 season. This is in stark comparison to a 2009-2010 season that only gave us 2 … Continue reading

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Phantom of the Opera Sequel

Phantom of the Opera sequel set to open. Continue reading

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