Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775
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"The Ark" of triumph? Sounds good to Joe Baker, musical and orchestration director of off-Broadway's singular two-by-two offering at the 37 Arts Theater, where "Just say Noah" takes on implications that Nancy Reagan probably never considered. "Animal House" for the new millennium? "It's more about Noah and his family in crisis," says Baker, "and what it's like to share one...
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"Tuesdays with Morrie," Thursday with Harold … Both offer major life lessons. And as "Tuesdays With Morrie" - the stage adaptation of the taut best-selling autobiographical Mitch Albom verbal album about a teacher and the young man he taught way beyond Brandeis U.'s brittle walls - gets ready to play the Merriam Theater beginning Nov. 1, actor Harold Gould puts...
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Mordant Mort Sahl takes a bat to hypocrisy and clears the bases
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Good news, bad news … First the bad news: The headlines greeting readers and viewers every morning. Now the good news: Mort Saul has been heading off the headlines for the past 50 years with a wile and wit that makes everything that's fit to print fodder for his fulminations. Read the fine print: Mort Sahl is a merry old...
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Just two Jews talking … After a High Holiday hiatus, Jackie Mason, star of "Freshly Squeezed - One Jew Talking," coming to the Keswick Theatre on Oct. 26, is back on his high horse trampling through the tzuris and travesties of everyday life. Think of his appearance as a one-man gallop poll as the Borscht Belt-bred comic beats a path...
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Another season, another show … and another great "On the Scene" contest! To help People's Light & Theater celebrate its 31st year, "On the Scene" is offering one lucky contest winner a season pass for two to the Chester County landmark's Mainstage productions. That's right - all of its Mainstage shows. And it begins right now with a revival of...
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