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Off stage harassment, violence remains mostly unregulated in theater

Image of Page 1 of today's New York Times with a theater story about sexual harassment and violence in the offstage theater community.
Page 1 of today’s New York Times with a theater story about sexual harassment and violence in the offstage theater community.

The Page 1 editors of the NYTimes never cease to amaze me with enlightened choices. Most newspapers, no matter the content, would publish a theater story on the entertainment pages. Actors pushing against sexual harassment and violence in the theater is above the fold today in a story by Patrick Healy, a NYT reporter who covers the business aspect of show business very well.

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‘Duck Dynasty’ sets sights on Broadway

Image of New York Times Theater Reporter Patrick Healy (from left), Cindi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein at  TimesTalks Presents "Kinky Boot."'
New York Times Theater Reporter Patrick Healy (left), Cindi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein at TimesTalks Presents “Kinky Boot.”‘

NYTimes reporter Patrick Healy is my new favorite theater writer. It’s not just because of his A1 story today on “Duck Dynasty” planning to mount a Broadway musical, or the insightful Hugh Jackman profile Sunday or yesterday’s fascinating business story about “It’s Only a Play” offering producers of “The Audience” $400,000 not to evict them.

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