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Baxter, Franklin, Hamilton, et al. Set for C.C.A.P. Staged Readings
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 9, 2005
Lisa Gay Hamilton (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Meredith Baxter, Bonnie Franklin, and Lisa Gay Hamilton are among the stars set to participate in the upcoming Class
Clark, Murray, Seldes, Thomas, et al. to Participate in Acting Company's Salon Series
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Richard Thomas (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Victoria Clark, Patricia Conolly, Boyd Gaines, Kathryn Meisle, Brian Murray, Marian Seldes, Samantha Soule, and Richard
Einstein's Gift
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Shawn Elliott (top), Aasif Mandvi,and Melissa Friedman in Einstein's Gift (Photo © Dixie Sheridan) Given that tickets to the Matthew Broderick-Nathan Lan
Simon Says
By Matthew Murray · Oct 7, 2005
The collected theater reviews of John Simon prove that their author is one of our most perceptive and passionate critics.
Mackie, Pascal, Peet, Perez, Taylor, et al. Set for 24 Hour Plays Benefit
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Adam Pascal (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Maria Bello, Rachel Dratch, Anthony Mackie, Adam Pascal, Amanda Peet, Rosie Perez, Ben Shenkman, Fisher Stevens, Lili Tayl
Kennedy Center's Mame with Baranski, Skinner, and Von Essen Rescheduled to Open in May 2006
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Christine Baranski (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) The Kennedy Center's upcoming production of Jerry Herman's Mame, with Christine Baranski in the title role,
In the Wings Will Fly Away from Promenade on October 16
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Brian Henderson, Lisa Datz, and Josh Prince in In the Wings (Photo © Carol Rosegg) In the Wings, the new comedy by Stewart
Papp Cheer
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 7, 2005
Donna McKechnie offers a spectacular tribute to the musicals of The Public Theater, and Maude Maggart salutes Irving Berlin at the Oak Room.
Wicked Will Celebrate Second Anniversary with Block Party, Book Signings
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 7, 2005
Megan Hilty and Shoshana Bean in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) A week-long series of events including an area-wide talent contest,
After the Storm
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 7, 2005
Though buffeted by Hurricane Katrina, artists and administrators aren't giving up on New Orleans' cultural heritage.