Monday, February 26, 2007
If you missed Sunday's "Arts & Leisure" section of The New York Times, it was a theatre lover's delight. With stories ranging from Broadway's strong season for plays by Campbell Robertson to Ben Brantley's assessment of this spring's strongest duos, I couldn't get enough.
And it was a pleasure seeing several theatre bloggers like Isaac Butler of Parabasis getting their well-deserved due. Congratulations, Isaac!
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