Adam R. Perlman

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Wonderful Town

The theater can take you beautiful places. It can carry you to the simple elegance of Grover’s Corners or the

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When Bestiality Turns Boring

Whenever my friends and I used to do comedic improv, it was understood when a scene was over—it was when

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Lithgow Delivers Sweet Performance

John Lithgow ’67 can’t sing. This, at first, might seem to be a problem for a man starring in a

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Everybody's Got the Right

Collecting music is not rare. Most people have a favorite band; they head over to Tower on the day the

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Everybody's Got The Right

The first column I published in this space was a retrospective of a summer’s theatrical experiences. With 2001 now in

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Mamet Swindle Fails to Entice in the Ex

When Shakespeare goes awry, the audience can find redemption in the language. Even bad Shakespeare retains value due to the

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With a Name Like Urinetown, It's Gotta Be Good

“Is this really the title?” That this phrase is on promotional materials and souvenirs means a person can only be

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'Saigon' Doesn't Go Far Enough in One Night

Of all the British mega-musicals that threatened to close on Broadway in recent years, the one that moved towards its

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Jay, Even Without Assistants, Dazzles

The power of theater lies in its ability to transport one from the everyday nature of life to a world

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Harmony by the Blue, Purple, Yellow, Red Waters

The greatest complaint leveled against the greatest composer of musical theater is inaccessibility. Critics label Stephen Sondheim’s works as cold

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Everybody's Got the Right

In New York, the recovery is underway. Television shows broadcast from the city, including The Late Show with David Letterman,

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Everybody's Got the Right

A Good Summer Going, Going, Gone... Everybody has a favorite moment—a combination of sight, sound, and sense that simultaneously summons

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POSTCARD FROM WASHINGTON:The View From D.C.

By Adam R. Perlman WASHINGTON—It’s been a great summer. Best of my life. I’ve been to London, New York, Las

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Lost In the Woods

Late in the second act of Into the Woods, the Sondheim musical that is this season’s Mainstage, the lead character

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map