Phone-tag confusion led to our rewriting history in the April 28 review of "Our Lady of Sligo." De Valera most certainly was not England's prime minister. He was a leader of Sinn Fein and became, in 1932, president of the Irish Free State.
In the feature story "Good Faith: Actors Explore Religion and Spirituality" (4/28), we mistakenly referred to the Unity Church of New York as the "Unities." It is known only as "Unity" or the "Unity Church of New York."
In the Spotlight on Health and Fitness interviews (5/5), the names Michael Berresse of "Kiss Me, Kate" and Ann Hampton Callaway of "Swing!" were misspelled.
Contrary to what was reported in the story on "Wit" being bought by HBO (4/21), Margaret Edson's play about an English professor battling ovarian cancer was not the first Pulitzer Prize play by a first-time playwright. That distinction goes to "No Place to be Somebody" by Charles Gordone which was also the first Pulitzer play by an African-American author. "No Place" won in 1970.