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Randy Graff to Star as Ann Landers at Old Globe
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 15, 2005
Randy Graff as Ann Landers in The Lady with All the Answers Tony Award-winner Randy Graff will star as advice columnist Ann Landers in the world-premiere ...
Read Her Lips
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 14, 2005
Applause for a few very good men: Bradford Louryk, Antony Sher, Brian Bedford, and Richard Thomas.
The Dialogue That Makes Them Dance
By Peter Filichia · Jul 14, 2005
Filichia's readers would be very happy if original cast albums would fill in the words.
Pilgrims
By David Finkle · Jul 14, 2005
Jamie Carmichael's debut play catalogues the bruises that accumulate among four early twenty-somethings who wear their hearts on their Ivy League sleeves.
Wicked
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jul 14, 2005
Ana Gasteyer in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) Imagine a nation that uses fear-mongering to cow its people and cynically exploits differences in color and
I La Galigo
By David Finkle · Jul 14, 2005
Robert Wilson's latest work is a colorful if not very compelling pageant that can test the patience of the audience.
Williamstown Offers Special Bus Trip from NYC on July 30
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 14, 2005
Williamstown Theatre Festival's Mainstage (Photo © Robert Benson) New Yorkers looking for a new way to get to the Williamstown Theatre F
All Over the Map
By Adam Klasfeld, Dan Bacalzo · Jul 14, 2005
The Ugly American in Berkeley, Band Geeks: A Half Time Musical in Chicago, and Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls in Jersey City.
Jackman, Close, Goldberg, Danner, et. al, Gain Emmy Nominations
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 14, 2005
Hugh Jackman (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) This year's nominations for the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, which were announced this morning, rewar
Walk Two Moons
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 13, 2005
TheatreWorks/NYC presents Julia Jordan's ambitious and often delightful new play for young audiences.