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Onna White, Choreographer of Popular Stage and Film Musicals, Dies at 83
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 9, 2005
Onna White Onna White, who choreographed some of the most popular stage and film musicals in history, died on Friday, April 8. She was 83. White began her Broadway ...
Broadway Stars and an American Idol Will Shine in New York Pops Birthday Gala Concert
By Matthew Murray · Apr 8, 2005
Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, Sutton Foster, Michele Lee, Maureen McGovern, Kitty Carlisle Hart, and three members of the Pizzarelli ...
Songs for a New World, With 90-Piece Orchestra, To Be Performed at Symphony Space
By Matthew Murray · Apr 8, 2005
Jason Robert Brown Jason Robert Brown's Songs for a New World will be performed at Symphony Space (95th Street and Broadway) on Sunday, May 1 at 4pm. The ...
Rudetsky to Host 2nd Annual Music of Broadway Concert at LGB&T Community Center
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 8, 2005
Seth Rudetsky The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (208 West 13th Street) will present its second annual Music of Broadway concert on Mond
Flowers of the South
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 8, 2005
Barbara & Scott pick some Steel Magnolias, prize Neil LaBute's play at the Public, and give Tony Danza the once over at Feinstein's.
Been Meaning to Tell Ya...
By Peter Filichia · Apr 7, 2005
Filichia finally gets around to mentioning a few things that temporarily slipped his mind.
On Golden Pond
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 7, 2005
This revival is unlikely to erase memories of the 1981 film, yet it is a respectable and in many ways admirable effort.
Orange Flower Water
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 7, 2005
Jason Butler Harner and Pamela J. Grayin Orange Flower Water(Photo © S. McGee) "There are no moments of goodness that don't come w
Goulet and Redgrave to Announce Nominees for 2005 Drama Desk Awards on April 28
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2005
Robert Goulet (soon to join the cast of La Cage aux Folles) and Lynn Redgrave (who'll star in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre Company production of The Constant Wife) ...
Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous) 1918
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 7, 2005
The Axis Company's latest experimental piece, Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous), takes place in the memories of shell shocked WWI soldiers.