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  • Paulanne Simmons Burton and Taylor...Together Again “The Last Days of Cleopatra” Directed by Christopher Gerken New York Fringe Festival The Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal St, between West 3rd
  • Review of The Last Sunday in June by Paulanne Simmons
  • Review of The Seagull
  • The Bass Saxophone
  • Charles Ross’s One-Man Star Wars Trilogy
  • PAULANNE SIMMONS "The Persians" - 21st Century-style "The Persians: a comedy about war with five songs" Perry Street Theatre 31 Perry Street (at West 4th St.) Wed. thru Sat. at 8 p.m. Opened July
  • God Hates The Irish: The Ballad Of Armless Johnny
  • Gypsy is back
  • In the Heights
  • Paradise Blue
  • Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story
  • Clueless
  • Book review: "New Orleans Carnival Krewes: The History, Spirit & Secrets of Mardi Gras"
  • The Nap, Richard Bean, Daniel Sullivan, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
  • On Beckett, Bill Irwin, Irish Repertory Theatre, Samuel Beckett, Paulanne Simmons
  • Helen Mirren Reigns over Broadway as Queen Elizabeth II
  • The Anahid Sofian Dance Company Celebrates with Friends
  • "The Book of Mormon" is not for the straight-laced, as a brief look at the plot reveals: Two Mormon Missionaries Elder Price (Andrew Rannells) and Elder Cunningham (Josh Gad), the first a self-centered
  • Not since Journey's End was revived in 2007 has Broadway seen such a searing depiction of World War I as National Theatre of Great Britain's War Horse, now at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
  • The King and I
  • Head Over Heels
  • The Motown Beat Takes Over Broadway
  • The Nance
  • “The Partnership: Brecht, Weill, Three Women, and Germany on the Brink”
  • Nikolai and the Others
  • Gloria:a Life
  • Allegiance Directed by Stafford Arima
  • “One Arm,” an unproduced screenplay by Tennessee Williams, is certainly not the best of the famed playwright’s work. But even when Williams is not at his best, he’s much better than most writers.
  • The Cooping Theory
  • A Bronx Tale Directed by Jerry Zaks and Robert De Niro
  • Preview article on The Kinsey Sicks by Pauanne Simmons
  • www.slice-of-life.org Reviewed by Paulanne Simmons L) Ron Palillo as Ron Schneider and (R) Joseph Lee Gramm as the deity. The Autobiography of God as told to Mel Schneider," presented May 22 to June
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  • plays through April 26 Reviewed by Paulanne Simmons, April 18, 2003 Al Jolson may have died in 1950 at the age of 65, but at the Pelican Studio Theatre on Eighth Avenue the self-proclaimed "World's
  • 26, plays through March 23 Reviewed by Paulanne Simmons The stage at the Sol Goldman Y, where Hunt Holman's "Gun Club" runs until March 23 pretty much tells the audience what the play is about even
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  • Kiss Me Kate James Brennan
  • "Boeing-Boeing" Matthew Camoletti
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  • Cry-Baby Mark Brokaw
  • 10, plays through March 29 Reviewed by Paulanne Simmons Alyce is a virtuous, somewhat repressed young lady who brings flowers to her mother's grave every Sunday and lives with her cousin Ruthie, a fiery
  • The Band's Visit
  • Town hall is 90-years-old this year, and many award-winning stars helped celebrate.
  • Counting Coup" is deeply emotional and joyously entertaining theater. [Simmons] home | reviews | cue-to-cue | discounts | welcome | museums | NYTW mail | recordings | coupons | publications | classified
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  • even more welcome. By Paulanne Simmons. The Sound of Music Can Be Heard in Millburn New Jersey It's hard to go wrong with "The Sound of Music," but director and choreographer James Brennan certainly
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  • doesn’t get into Yale. Paulanne Simmons deems it an issue play that’s almost as good as that kind of drama gets. Rileigh McDonald, left, and Charlotte Hope, with Ed Harris in bacground. Photo by
  • Rather it’s a rowdy and riveting farce. By Paulanne Simmons and Lucy Komisar. PRETTY WOMAN -- Samantha Barks as Vivian Ward and Andy Karl as Edward Lewis, at the opera. Photo by Matthew Murphy.
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