Table of Contents for July/August 2014

SPECIAL SECTION: NEW NOTES IN MUSICAL THEATRE

By Matthew Sigman
Savvy impresarios and imaginative companies are redefining “opera,” infusing the genre with a new wave of theatricality

Those Magic Changes
By Rob Weinert-Kendt
The Ameircan musical is changing keys and adding new voices. Scott Miller’s small theatre in St. Louis is keeping score

YouTubesicals
By Suzy Evans
The Internet is reinventing how musical theatre is distributed and licensed—and even how shows written

From the San Francisco Bay Area to Miami, a selective sample of interesting voices
PLAYSCRIPT: I and You
The complete text of Lauren Gunderson’s charming play about a connection sparked by a Walt Whitman homework assignment.
PLUS: A conversation between Gunderson and Margaret Edson
Almanac: This month in theatre history
Production Notebook
Stop Hitting Yourself from the Rude MechsCritic’s Notebook
Tracy Young travels through A Wrinkle in Time at OSF, by Evan Henerson

Suzy  Evans takes the pulse of Colombian theatre at the Iberoamerican Theatre Festival in Bogota
 
TeenTix is getting teenagers into the theatre, by Eliza Bent
Books
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