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China Doll
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 13, 2005
Elizabeth Wong's play is a well-intentioned but flawed and inaccurate theatrical biography of screen siren Anna May Wong.
Peter Brook: A Biography
By Charles Wright · Apr 13, 2005
Charles Wright pores through Michael Kustow's new biography of director Peter Brook.
Your Discoveries
By Peter Filichia · Apr 13, 2005
Here are some of the stars that Filichia's readers reported discovering before they were famous.
Good as Goldblum
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 12, 2005
There are star turns in The Pillowman and On Golden Pond, but there's no show like The Audience.
Margo Skinner, Moonlight and Magnolias Actress, Dies at 55
By Matthew Murray · Apr 12, 2005
Margo Skinner inMoonlight and Magnolias(Photo © Joan Marcus) Margo Skinner, one of the four cast members of the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Mo...
The Audience
By David Finkle · Apr 11, 2005
The Transport Group's nearly perfect new musical -- with a 46-strong cast -- is cheerful, funny, touching, and ultimately awe-inspiring.
The False Servant
By David Finkle · Apr 11, 2005
Brian Kulick's canny mounting of Marivaux's play of greed, betrayal, and female brain-power emits its own strange verbal music.
Photo File
The stars come out for the Broadway opening of The Pillowman.
When the Bulbul Stopped Singing
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 11, 2005
The "Brits Off Broadway" festival presents a Palestinian soap opera for credulous Westerners.
The Best of Times
By Peter Filichia · Apr 10, 2005
For John Hillner, the cover for Georges in La Cage aux Folles, the best of times is now.