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Mark Blankenship

Mark Blankenship appears in the following:

Audra McDonald As Billie Holiday: The Importance Of Feeling It

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The freshly Tony-nominated actress and her frequent collaborator, director Lonny Price, talk about the unconventional structure and dramatic challenges of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill.

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Repeat Offenders On The Great White Way

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

It's not all that common for Broadway actors to work with each other over and over again. But right now, two sets of stars are enjoying their third shows together — which can be good and bad.

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Around The U.S., Holiday Theater With Local Flair

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Each year as they begin to deck the halls, theaters around the country put on seasonal shows. And not just the old standbys: Singularly local stories, including a New York City fairy tale and a Chicago-set musical, have become real holiday traditions.

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In Small Spaces, Theater-Makers Are Telling Big Stories

Thursday, September 05, 2013

A confluence of epic stage projects, from Lucy Thurber's Hill Town Plays to Mike Daisey's monthlong, 29-play New York portrait, gives the lie to the notion that a dicey arts economy has theater-makers thinking small. Mark Blankenship reports.

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In NYC, A Play Festival Spotlights Stories Of Disability

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Now in its third year, the "... Our Parts" festival at Theater Breaking Through Barriers runs through June 28. Here and across the country, artists with disabilities are making drama (and comedy) in illuminating ways.

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'30 Rock' Parodies Old Prejudices, But How Much Has Changed?

Monday, April 30, 2012

Mark Blankenship says that when 30 Rock unleashed a series of parodies of old TV shows, it showed a surprising amount of edge about prejudices that may persist.

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