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Boise
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 21, 2004 · New York City
Christopher Burns in Boise(Photo © Sandra Coudert) It's Stewart's birthday but he's in no mood to celebrate. He's stuck in a monot
Let's Put on Another Musical
By Peter Filichia · Jun 20, 2004 · New York City
Well, it's official. Mark Glubke, the impresario at Watson-Guptill/Back Stage Books, had asked me to update my 1993 book Let's Put on a Musical: How to Choose the
Jungr at Heart
Barb Jungr(Photo © John Haxby) Some entertainers are a cut above and some are in a class by themselves. Barb Jungr is in a class by herse
Belle's Broadway Bookshop
By Peter Filichia · Jun 18, 2004 · New York City
Belle Went over to 623 East 68th Street, the building in which Lucy and Ricky Ricardo used to rent an apartment from Fred and Ethel Mertz but which now houses Belle'...
Afterbirth: Kathy and Mo's Greatest Hits
By David Finkle · Jun 18, 2004 · New York City
Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney in Afterbirth: Kathy and Mo's Greatest Hits(Photo © Michael Lamont) Just before Afterbirth: Kathy a...
Thanks a Lot But No Thanks
By David Barbour · Jun 17, 2004 · New York City
The phrase "Thanks a lot but no thanks" was uttered most memorably by Dolores Gray in It's Always Fair Weather -- a film classic ...
The 29 Questions Project
By Adam Klasfeld · Jun 17, 2004 · New York City
Patricia Hart & Allison Wright in 29 Questions (Photo © Carol Rosegg) Since September 11, 2001, artists across New York have been trying to make sense of
Love According to Luc
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 17, 2004 · New York City
Joy Franz and Marissa McGowan in Love According to Luc(Photo © Melanie Shatzsky) Love According to Luc is bursting with pot
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jun 16, 2004 · New York City
George S. Irving BY GEORGE Still Carrying On is the perfect title for George S. Irving's one-man show, which will be seen June 18-20 at the Lucille Lortel ...
Avenue Q Producer Comments on No-Tour Flap
By David Finkle · Jun 16, 2004 · New York City
Kevin McCollum As Avenue Q's Tony triumph remains the headline-making, end-of-season Broadway story and as observers profess to be shocked, shocked ...