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Tickets Now Available for DRACULA at Little Shubert
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker, set to begin previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander to direct.

EXCLUSIVE Photo Coverage: Sneak Peek at DRACULA in Rehearsal
by Walter McBride - Dec 13, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker is set to begin previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander to direct. BroadwayWorld.com got an exclusive first peak at the cast in rehearsal at the theatre!

EXCLUSIVE Photo Coverage: Introducing Michel Altieri - The New 'Dracula'
by Walter McBride - Dec 12, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker is set to begin previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander to direct. BroadwayWorld.com got an exclusive first peak at the cast in rehearsal at the theatre!

Tickets Now Available for DRACULA at Little Shubert
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker, set to begin previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander to direct.

REVIEW: Critiquing - The First Six Lessons
by Amber Cassell - Apr 26, 2010

Ah, Acting. Is there any more noble artform? To mimic, portray, and create life itself. It is the 'birth of the soul', as espoused by veteran screen actor Beau Bridges in his latest play Acting: The First Six Lessons. Adapted from Richard Boleslavsky's how-to book of principles on the craft of acting by Bridges and his daughter Emily, and starring them as well, the play chronicles a five-year relationship between an acting teacher and his developing young protégé. Since this play deals primarily with deconstructing the methodology behind a performance, it seems only fitting to review said performance piece in a similar manner. So here goes: the six essential principles of theatrical critiquing, as applied to Theatre West's production of Acting: The First Six Lessons.

Bridges Father and Daughter Make Onstage Magic
by Don Grigware - Apr 12, 2010

Theatre West Makes Brilliant Leap from Angel Street to Gaslight
by Don Grigware - Sep 2, 2009

Gaslight written by Patrick Hamilton directed by Charlie Mount Theatre West through September 27

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