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Audience Sees Stars
"Young Hollywood" types party after their opening night performance in Dog Sees God.
Public Theater Will Present David Hare's Stuff Happens in Spring 2006
By Dan Bacalzo · Dec 16, 2005
David Hare Stuff Happens, David Hare's drama about the Iraq War, will receive its New York premiere production at The Public Theater in the spring, directed ...
St. Bart's, BC/EFA, and Altar Boyz Lead Effort to Break World Record for Christmas Carolers
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 16, 2005
Altar Boyz(Photo © Brandon Ruckdashel) St. Bartholomew's Church, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, and the cast of the Off-Broadw
Joe's Pub to Host Reading of Bunin-Griffin Tuner, Starring Foster and Borle
By Adam Klasfeld · Dec 16, 2005
Christian Borle and Sutton Foster(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Joe's Pub will present the first developmental reading of an as-yet untitled musical with a book by Ke
Casting Announced for Charles Grodin's The Right Kind of People
By Adam Klasfeld · Dec 16, 2005
Charles Grodin Primary Stages has announced the cast and design team for the New York premiere of Charles Grodin's The Right Kind of People at 59E59 Theaters. ...
Jan Maxwell Replaces Lisa Emery in Roundabout's Entertaining Mr. Sloane
By Brian Scott Lipton · Dec 16, 2005
Jan Maxwell (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Jan Maxwell has replaced Lisa Emery as Kath in the cast of the Roundabout Theater Company's upcoming production of Joe Ort
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo, Adam Klasfeld · Dec 15, 2005
Lewis and Clark Reach the Euphrates in L.A., Alice in D.C., and As You Like It in Madison, N.J.
Going to the Mattress Again
By Peter Filichia · Dec 15, 2005
Filichia compares the new TV version of Once Upon a Mattress with the previous two.
Springtime in December
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Dec 15, 2005
The Siegels predict that the film version of The Producers will be a big hit, and they are moved by Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life.
Dog Sees God
By David Finkle · Dec 15, 2005
Bert V. Royal's play about the Peanuts gang in their teen years is clever, dark, and very funny.