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Michael Paulson
Theater reporter at The New York Times. Previously covered religion. Living in New York; missing New England.
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Dan Nowicki Sep 18
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Chris Jones Sep 17
Rahm Emanuel to announce 2019 as the Year of Chicago Theatre. So what does that mean?
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Michael Paulson Sep 18
This one has proved to be complicated. But now it's all Broadway theaters, on Wednesday (tomorrow), at 6:45 p.m, dimming their lights in honor of the late Marin Mazzie.
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The Broadway League Sep 17
Due to community support, The Committee of Theatre Owners has decided to dim the lights of all Broadway theatres on Friday, September 21 at exactly 6:45pm for one minute in honor of beloved performer Marin Mazzie.
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LincolnCenterTheater Sep 17
In fond memory of the extraordinary Marin Mazzie, Lincoln Center Theater will be dimming the lights at 6:45pm, Wednesday 9/19. Don't miss our additional tribute that evening from 6:45 to 7pm along 65th Street.
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Michael Paulson Sep 17
This is a rarity in my theatergoing experience, but I saw two set glitches this weekend -- at "The Emperor," a computer desktop was momentarily projected on the back wall, and at "The True," a wayward balloon floated across the set. The actors, of course, were unfazed.
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Michael Paulson Sep 16
Despite its passionate fan base and access to Broadway’s high-wattage talent, “Theater Talk” has come to close.
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Michael Paulson Sep 15
Tonight: Checking out the first production of the new Hunter Theater Project (a venture of and ) -- a new translation of "Uncle Vanya" directed by Richard Nelson.
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Michael Paulson Sep 15
Today’s matinee: “The True,” via
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Michael Paulson Sep 14
Tonight: “The Emperor,” starring Kathryn Hunter, at
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Michael Paulson Sep 14
The lights of six Broadway theaters will be dimmed Wednesday in memory of Marin Mazzie, who died yesterday.
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Michael Paulson Sep 14
Interesting to see two mash-ups of Greek tragedy and gospel music in New York this month, first with "The Gospel at Colonus" at , and now with "Antigone in Ferguson" at .
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Michael Paulson Sep 13
Tonight: “Antigone in Ferguson,” via , at . And it’s starting with a rousing welcome.
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Michael Paulson Sep 13
A sad day for the Broadway community.
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Theodore Kim Sep 12
Students of color: The Student Journalism Institute is looking for well-qualified applicants! Work directly with some of the best journalists in this all-expenses-paid journalism boot camp. The particulars:
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Michael Paulson Sep 13
"Talking circles are the crucible of human contact and change. I mean, we haven’t been sitting around campfires for hundreds of thousands of years for nothing." and interviewed by about
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Michael Paulson Sep 13
"I think the hierarchies didn’t realize the potential that if an audience begins to talk, you don’t know what it’ll say.”
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Michael Paulson Sep 12
"It’s my job to enter into this well-oiled machine as seamlessly as possible, almost like a ghost." -- on joining the ⁩ cast as a replacement. Excellent behind-the-scenes story by .
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Michael Paulson Sep 11
Replying to @hriefs
Berkeley Rep has a new musical this winter that looks intriguing, "Paradise Squared," and a physical theater show next spring, "Home," that, if you're open to a mesmerizing but non-narrative spectacle, is great.
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