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Charles McNulty
LA Times Theater Critic. Former theater editor of the Village Voice, Obie chairman and director of Brooklyn College's graduate dramaturgy program. Tennis nut.
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Charles McNulty 3h
Voicing dissent seems an enactment of what this award means to honor. Healthy, no?
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Charles McNulty 8h
. good title for a play!
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Phelim McAleer 10h
. they had the script in advance
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Charles McNulty 11h
Willy Wonka clearly a major influence on Barney
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Marc Duvoisin 11h
Yes, Angelenos, Nepal could happen here. And has.
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Aristotle 12h
Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.
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Charles McNulty 13h
Shakespeare words provided some much needed balm to my soul after Matthew Barney's 6-hour-plus fecal-themed "The River of Fundament."
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Charles McNulty 13h
For Matthew Barney: "Such harmony is in immortal souls, But whilst this muddy vesture of decay Doth grossly close it in, we cannot hear it*
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
Alway a treat to stumble upon Elaine Stritch who's in Matthew Barney's fecal-themed River of Fundament. She comes out smelling like a rose.
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Dylan John Seaton Apr 25
As a former cast member, I can certainly understand why.
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
no idea what actors were told going in. clearly they were surprised by what they found.
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Diana B Apr 25
When actors flee a sinking ship...
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
if this were a normal production I'd buy a ticket and review. But given that it's a reading I don't think it makes sense.
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
circumstances have changed. The actors now involved will be doing the reading on the fly and they don't want the show reviewed.
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
I specially asked press rep if this staged reading was open for review. Yes, she told me. Now she says 9 of 13 actors have fled.
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
no better nose for talent, modeling and acting.
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
and star-maker Ivan Bart!
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Ivan Bart Apr 25
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Charles McNulty Apr 25
From press rep of "Ferguson": "Unfortunately, the situation has changed, and under no circumstances do they want the show reviewed." Dang!
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Charles McNulty Apr 24
Thank you to those who urged me to see "Seymour: An Introduction." A very charming encounter.
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