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  • For an audience that takes computers for granted, it might seem difficult to make such a concept stageworthy.

    George Heymont: Of Tempests and Teapots

  • Mr. Wilbur is, of course, a major poet who has brought off the astonishing feat of giving us an English translation of "The Misanthrope" that is at once stageworthy, faithful to the original and beautiful in its own right.

    Flying Couplets and Canapés

  • For an audience that takes computers for granted, it might seem difficult to make such a concept stageworthy.

    George Heymont: Of Tempests and Teapots

  • For an audience that takes computers for granted, it might seem difficult to make such a concept stageworthy.

    George Heymont: Of Tempests and Teapots

  • But while the opera has some spectacular music, Peter Sellars's production was all concept and very little story, making it hard to determine how stageworthy it really is today.

    The Tests of Patience

  • For an audience that takes computers for granted, it might seem difficult to make such a concept stageworthy.

    George Heymont: Of Tempests and Teapots

  • All the more reason, then, to praise the tiny Off-Broadway troupes that specialize in performing forgotten but eminently stageworthy plays of the past.

    Get to Know Your Inner Hypochondriac

  • There are a few stageworthy pieces there, including Il Corsaro and Ernani.

    Repertory

  • There are a few stageworthy pieces there, including Il Corsaro and Ernani.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • In recent years, alas, Mr. Ives has mainly been heard from as an adapter of other people's work -- he was responsible for turning Mark Twain's "Is He Dead?" from a dusty period piece into a stageworthy farce -- and "New Jerusalem" is his first new play since 2003.

    Funny Man Gets Serious

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