Fuse Theater Review: “Satchmo at the Waldorf” — An Off-Key Portrait of a Jazz Giant

August 26, 2012
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As Louis Armstrong, the gifted actor John Douglas Thompson is working with a script whose lines and contours are as woefully predictable as a profile in the old Life Magazine.

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Arts Commentary: Squandered Tears for Criticism?

July 26, 2007
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By Bill Marx Criticism of the fine arts is dying in regional newspapers, but don’t waste too much time mourning the loss. Arts blogger and Wall Street Journal theater critic Terry Teachout’s recent article on how arts criticism is vanishing in regional newspapers hits the nail on the head, though he is either too considerate…

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