Robert Cashill

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War Horse’s Animal Magnetism, Part 2 
The team at Handspring Puppet Company creates the incredible horse in War Horse.
War Horse’s Animal Magnetism, Part 1 
LD Paule Constable and Mervyn Millar, Handspring’s associate puppetry director, discuss the initial plans of bringing War Horse to the stage.
Seen And Heard: End of The Season 
Robert Cashill wraps up the close of the Broadway season
Seen and Heard 4/21/11 
Bob Cashill's “It’s Showtime!” edition... from Broadway to off Broadway productions!
Seen and Heard 
"Southie" has made it to the stage. The depressed Boston neighborhood, seen onscreen in The Departed, Gone Baby Gone and The Town, is the focus of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People
Seen and Heard 2/23 
That my wife and I recently added a sequel to our coproduction of 2008 has kept me away from the theatre, and I sort of wished I hadn't resumed with Other Desert Cities
Action Jackson, Part 4: Costumes For Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson 
Emily Rebholz discussed her costumes for Broadway's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Action Jackson, Part 3: Sound For Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson 
Bard Fasbender discusses sound design for Broadway's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Action Jackson, Part 2: Lighting Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson 
Lighting designer Justin Townsend discusses his lighting for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Action Jackson, Part 1: Scenic Design For Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson 
Set designer Donyale Werle brings the design into the house for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Seen and Heard 
Seen on Broadway: In an arid season I hate to penalize a play as ambitious as A Free Man of Color, particularly one from the pen of John Guare (The House of Blue Leaves and Six Degrees of Separation)
Seen and Heard: November 27 
The latest news from the Rialto
Seen and Heard: November 17 
A look at a few new shows, on Broadway and off...
Seen and Heard 10/13 
The British aren't just coming, they’re here, either with West End transfers or material in American hands. George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren's Profession is the vehicle Cherry Jones
Seen and Heard: The Grand Manner 
John Arnone transforms the Mitzi E. Newhouse into the green room of the Martin Beck, circa 1948
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