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Fiddler on the Roof
By David Finkle · Oct 14, 2005
Harvey Fierstein and Rosie O'Donnell in Fiddler on the Roof (Photo © Carol Rosegg) Rosie O'Donnell, who looks like the daughter Stan Laurel and Oliver Ha
What's in a Surname?
By Peter Filichia · Oct 14, 2005
Filichia plays a name game with Rounding Third author Richard Dresser.
Latinologues
By David Finkle · Oct 14, 2005
Humor based on stereotypes keeps this comedy lively, but theatergoers who are looking for something more will leave unfulfilled.
Harold Pinter Wins Nobel Prize in Literature
By David Finkle · Oct 13, 2005
Harold Pinter Harold Pinter was awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature today, and this apparently came as even more of a surprise to the ...
Arden, Benanti, Keenan-Bolger, Mann, et al. Will Perform The Secret Garden in Concert for World AIDS Day
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 12, 2005
Michael Arden and Laura Benanti in the2004 World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of Pippin(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The upcoming Worl
The Asphalt Kiss
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 12, 2005
Brazilian playwright Nelson Rodrigues' 1960 play is intriguing but its New York premiere production is seriously flawed.
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 12, 2005
Thumbs up for the great Lily Tomlin; thumbs down for shameless vulgarity in the theater.
Ernestine Jackson Stars in Long Wharf's Lady Day
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 12, 2005
Ernestine Jackson Two-time Tony Award nominee Ernestine Jackson will play legendary singer Billie Holliday in the Long Wharf Theatre production of Lanie Robertson's
Arcelus, Dvorsky, Ritchie, et al. Head Cast of The Full Monty at North Shore
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 12, 2005
George Dvorsky(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Broadway veterans Sebastian Arcelus, Craig Bennett, George Dvorsky, Bill English, Milton Craig Nealy, and Darren Ritc
Naughton, Kalember, Blum, et al. Set for Westport Reading of A Marriage Minuet
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 12, 2005
James Naughton (Photo © Michael Portantiere) James Naughton, Patricia Kalember, Mark Blum, Kathleen McNenny, and Cherise Booth will star in a reading of David W