by Abigail Katz
It appears the planets are out of alignment in the theatre universe. Each day seems to bring another story of a cancelled show, an actor replacement, a change of venue, and gloomy days ahead. At the same time there are several Broadway shows setting preview dates "at a theatre to be announced." On the Great White Way alone, we have dueling Mamets, the producers' battle for Hair, no available theatres, and no money.
With this kind of drama, who needs plays?
So what gives? Am I blowing this out of proportion, or are we actually in a very exciting time that could shake things up a bit?