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Public Theater Announces New Work Now and New Work Then Readings
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 2, 2005
Eric Bogosian (Photo © Michael Portantiere) New works by Eric Bogosian, Cusi Cram, and Julia Cho plus classic plays by Caryl Churchill, Sam Shepard, and David H
Broadway Gospel Celebration to Feature Deborah Cox
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 2, 2005
Deborah Cox Broadway Gospel Celebration:11, a special evening of gospel music featuring the Broadway Inspirational Voices, will take ...
Alice in Birdland
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 1, 2005
Clubbing with Linda Lavin and Annie Ross. Plus: Barbara & Scott are thoroughly entertained by Two Gentlemen of Verona
Labor of Love
By Peter Filichia · Sep 1, 2005
Anne Croswell will be going to Japan to see an all-female version of her musical Ernest in Love.
Clark and O'Hara to Take Part in Pre-Performance Piazza Talk
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 1, 2005
Victoria Clark and Kelli O'Hara inThe Light in the Piazza (Photo © Joan Marcus) Victoria Clark and Kelli O'Hara will take part in a free pre-performance
Trailer Talk
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 1, 2005
The Great American Trailer Park Musical's three stars get into character.
Thomas Meehan to be Honored at Helen Hayes Gala
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 1, 2005
Thomas Meehan Thomas Meehan, co-author of the Broadway musicals The Producers, Hairspray, and Annie, will receive the first annual "Helen" Award ...
Michael C. Hall to Play Title Role in Roundabout's Mr. Marmalade
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 1, 2005
Michael C. Hall (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Michael C. Hall will star alongside Michael Chernus, David Costabile, Mamie Gummer, Pablo Schreiber, and Virginia Loui
D.C. Metro Kids Spotlight: September '05
By Michael Toscano · Aug 31, 2005
If you're looking to take the kids to the theater, consider Imagination Stage's imaginative production of Cinderella, which is set in 18th-Century Germany (September 24-November 6). And for Retratos: Portraits of Our World at the Smithsonian's Discovery Theatre on the National Mall, children were asked to write about themselves and their ideas for portraits of the world (September 29-October 21).