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NORTHERN STAGE

A refrain runs through Citrus, the spoken word- and dance-laced play that opens at Northern Stage next week.Better yet, call it a thread of...

Wherever we sit on the spectrum of romantic experience, few among us welcome outright drama around Valentine’s Day — at least in our own lives...

Theater people call King Lear the Mount Everest of Shakespearean characters.Now Jamie Horton is starting to understand why — and how high and how...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — After Sue Kessler completed her first marathon, she found a keepsake to commemorate the occasion. It was 1996 in Chicago.“I...

The first time I ever saw The Sound of Music was also my first time in a grown-up theater. It was in London in 1964 and I skipped home in a British...

Staging a show that audiences know and treasure is a little like attempting to duplicate Mom’s most beloved meal for the family.The Sound of Music,...

Between the songs and the dances, a sobering lesson in 20th-century history runs through Rodgers and Hammerstein’s epic musical The Sound of Music...

The web of online networks plays the unseen fifth character in Jordan, a very dark comedy by Dartmouth College graduate Brenda Withers that opens...

Jarvis Green knows how to revive a play, after staging the musical Fiddler on the Roof, the August Wilson drama Fences and the night-in-the-life...

“The show must go on” is a tried-and-true slogan in show business, where all good things come to an end, and flops end even faster. For Dorothy...

While watching the Tony-winning adaptation of Once several years ago, Northern Stage artistic director Carol Dunne resolved to stage it someday...

When women join the military, they often sign up for battles on multiple fronts. Outside the theater of traditional warfare, they face attacks and...

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