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"FINISH THIS SENTENCE: BY THE YEAR 1793, I HOPE TO BE..." Brooke Bloom as Marie answered some questions for the Phoenix. Check it out.
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The topic of income inequality is very much in the air these days at the American Repertory Theater, where David Adjmi’s “Marie Antoinette,” a tragicomedy about the ignominious one-percenter, is in rehearsals for its world premiere. . . . While Adjmi’s Marie is a spectacularly overindulged naïf, he doesn’t condemn her for her ignorance or for privilege so excessive that when she had a faux hamlet constructed for her amusement at Versailles, she played shepherdess there to perfumed sheep. Or so the story goes.
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At the tender age of 12, Andrew Cekala has mastered an acting feat that confounds many other thespians for their entire careers: He can cry on cue.  It’s a skill that will come in handy in "Marie Antoinette," in which he plays Antoinette’s son, the Dauphin. He’s royalty, yes, but he’s also still just a boy. And at a certain point in the play, the tears flow freely for Andrew.
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First Lady Michelle Obama made a suprise visit to the Saturday evening performance of the A.R.T.'s production of  'The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess' now running on Broadway. 
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  First Lady Michelle Obama made a suprise visit to the Saturday evening performance of the A.R.T.'s production of  'The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess' now running on Broadway.   
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...the American Repertory Theater is presenting a spirited, affectionate, and nearly irresistible sendup of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance’’ by the Hypocrites, a Chicago-based troupe.
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Diane Paulus, the artistic director of the A.R.T. at Harvard University and the director of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” says for theater to thrive, a company has to work to engage the audience.    
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ART’s ‘Woody Sez’ a tribute on his centennial that captures his spirit and shows its relevance
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ART’s ‘Woody Sez’ a tribute on his centennial that captures his spirit and shows its relevance.
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