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A scene-stealing automobile flies on Broadway

...creepy creature called the Childcatcher to round up any stray youngsters. Along the way, Caractacus, played by a game Raul Esparza, has a mild romance with Truly Scrumptious (a winsome Erin Dilly), a woman of sweet determination and a very pretty...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/04/29/art_451616.shtml
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A 'Wicked' 2004 Tony Awards with kudos for Hugh and Donna, too

...time for her appealing portrait of the long-suffering wife in "A Raisin in the Sun." FEATURED ACTOR-MUSICAL: Raul Esparza gave an extravagant performance as the narrator in "Taboo," but that shouldn't stop the well-liked actor from...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/06/03/art_417643.shtml
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A pop tuneful 'Taboo'; Boy George on Broadway

...the most unreal character on stage, a role served up in soap-opera cliches that Shields manfully sidesteps. Only Raul Esparza as the narrator, Philip Sallon, missteps, giving what could be the season's most extravagantly affected performance...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/11/16/art_392218.shtml
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'The Normal Heart' extends for a summer-long run at the Public

...the Public Theater through the end of August. Reviews were good and business has been strong for the show that stars Raul Esparza as firebrand journalist Ned Weeks who galvanizes the gay community into mobilizing against an unknown plague. Also...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/31/art_417335.shtml
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Characters made N.Y. theater worth watching in 2004

...remains a potent piece of political theater. This Public Theater revival, which had too brief a run, was ignited by Raul Esparza as a committed protester - not unlike Kramer - who was unafraid to shout to get what he wanted. -"The Frogs": Nathan...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/12/26/art_438128.shtml
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'Wicked' and 'I Am My Own Wife' win top Drama Desk Awards

...in the featured-acting musical categories were Isabel Keating, who plays Judy Garland in "The Boy From Oz," and Raul Esparza, the extravagant narrator in the Boy George musical "Taboo." Jefferson Mays, who portrays a German transvestite...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/18/art_415903.shtml
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Rosie O'Donnell bids tearful farewell to 'Taboo'

...period. O'Donnell brought in a consultant to help director Christopher Renshaw and reportedly battled with actor Raul Esparza. Although "Taboo" received negative reviews and routinely played to half-capacity audiences, it appealed to a...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/02/10/art_404019.shtml
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'Taboo,' the Boy George musical, closing on Feb. 8

...Calhoun as a "choreographic consultant" to help director Christopher Renshaw. The producer also reportedly battled with Raul Esparza, one of the performers in the show. He reportedly walked out of a rehearsal, but later returned. O'Donnell originally...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/01/15/art_401036.shtml
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