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New York Review: ‘The Devil’s Disciple’

The Irish Rep is doing its patriotic duty with a first rate production of the only play George Bernard Shaw set in America. It is pure Victorian melodrama but...

When They Were Good They Were Very, Very Good

Just to let you know how difficult it was to pick the ten best shows of the year, my original list totaled 34, all of them worthy of inclusion....

Opportunities

AuditionVillagers Theater has open auditions for Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" on Wednesday and Thursday, January 9 and 10, at 7 p.m. E-mail laura@patmedia.net for information. Readings will be...

Terra Firma: Composers Who Came to America

Andre Gremillet observes the first anniversary of his appointment as president of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra this month; and the NJSO marks its 10th midwinter festival this month...

Survival Guide

Career Fair IJob hunting can be an onerous task. Between rummaging through classifieds and Craig's List, there are resumes to mail, interviews to schedule, and the lingering dread that...

The Sarnoff Story: A Team Approach to Innovation

In the 1980s Curtis R. Carlson was the heir apparent at Sarnoff. Everyone expected that when Jim Carnes retired, Curt Carlson would take over as CEO. But no, Carlson...