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Maren's been getting a lot of messages from readers. It's time to answer them.

Confessions to a Showgirl: Advice for readers

March 3rd, 2015

Maren's been getting a lot of messages from readers. It's time to answer them.

  • Find all the details on the performing arts center's Great White Way imports here.

  • Also, Flight Facilities at Brooklyn Bowl.

  • A complex story with a powerfully compelling central character.

  • The Philadelphia sextet can really grove live.

  • The pieces of this puzzle don’t quite fit together.

  • "I did feel a little bleak, after the band had dissolved and we were done with the major-label deal. I was just kind of standing ...

  • A play within a play and the audience is given a front-row seat to the creative process.

  • Timing and mechanics matter as much as mood in comedy as well as horror.

  • Can a show's success be judged by its moshpit?

  • Artistic affinity remains at the secret center of most art making.

  • The group features a number of music teachers and professional musicians from around town.

  • The movie’s first half is playful and sly, ending with a small but satisfying twist.

  • The album was originally meant to be released as a free mixtape.

  • Rayner brings emotion to new music, and new energy to the scene.

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