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Jana Robbins to be Honored by Jewish National Fund
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 7, 2005
Jana Robbins The Jewish National Fund will present its annual Tree of Life Award to actress/producer Jana Robbins on Monday, September 26 at ...
Abingdon's War in Paramus Will Star Matthew Arkin
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 7, 2005
Matthew Arkin Matthew Arkin will star in War in Paramus, a new comedy written by his former stepmother, actress Barbara Dana. Directed by Austin Pendleton, ...
Frechette, Warren, Wright, et al. to Host Prom Songs Benefit
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 7, 2005
Peter Frechette and David Warren (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Prom Songs, the second annual benefit for The Harvey Milk High School and the Hetrick-Mart
Steppin' to the Bad Side
By Peter Filichia · Sep 7, 2005
A new musical revue at The Triad sticks it to our commander-in-chief. Democrats rejoice!
Slumming With the Merm
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 6, 2005
Decca Broadway re-releases a very strange compilation of recordings made by the great Ethel Merman in 1950-51.
The Mother of Us All
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 6, 2005
The Siegels adore Lorinda Lisitza in Mother Courage, Ralph Fiennes in The Constant Gardener, and John Wallowitch at Danny's
Avant-Garde Theater Artists to Converge at Prelude '05
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 6, 2005
Sheila Callaghan Some of New York's most distinctive contemporary theater artists -- including Joanna P. Adler, Sheila Callaghan, Richard Maxwell, and Mac Wellman -- ...
Burton, Easton, Ivey, Masterson, Stuhlbarg, and Urbaniak Will Star in Revelation Readings
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 6, 2005
Dana Ivey and Kate Burton (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Kate Burton, Richard Easton, Dana Ivey, Mary Stuart Masterson, Michael Stuhlbarg, and James Urbaniak wil
Playwright Arnold Weinstein Dies at 78
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 6, 2005
Arnold Weinstein, a noted playwright, librettist, and lyricist best known for his work with composer William Bolcom, died on September 4 in New York City from liver cancer, ...
Fall Preview 2005
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 6, 2005
A baker's dozen of Broadway shows and a slew of stars Off-Broadway add up to a highly anticipated autumn in the theater.