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A Gift That Will Keep On Giving
By Peter Filichia · Nov 9, 2004
Filichia's thrilled by the new coffee-table book Broadway Musicals: The 101 Greatest Shows of All Time.
South Florida's Carbonell Award Winners Announced
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 9, 2004
The winners of the 2004 Carbonell Awards for excellence in South Florida theater were announced last night in a ceremony at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort ...
Sailor's Song
By David Finkle · Nov 8, 2004
Katie Nehra, Danny Mastrogiorgio, and Melissa Paladino inSailor's Song(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Paula Vogel, now being celebrated by
Howard Keel, Star of Stage, Film, and TV, Dies at 85
By Matthew Murray · Nov 8, 2004
Howard Keel Howard Keel, the rich-voiced baritone who starred in a number of major musicals on screen, on Broadway, and in London, died yesterday of colon cancer in ...
The Female Terrorist Project
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 8, 2004
Molly Powell and Lael Logan in The Female Terrorist Project (Photo © Carol Rosegg) "Counter-terrorism experts offer this advice: Shoot the women first,"
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Celebs turn out in force as The Foreigner opens Off-Broadway.
The Actor Factor
By Peter Filichia · Nov 7, 2004
How would some recent Tony races have been different if men and women competed against each other?
The Foreigner
By David Finkle · Nov 7, 2004
Matthew Broderick (center), Kevin Cahoon,and Frances Sternhagen in The Foreigner(Photo © Joan Marcus) Normally, I don't set much store by guilty pleasures
People Are Wrong!
By David Finkle · Nov 5, 2004
John Flansburgh in People Are Wrong!(Photo © Carol Rosegg) If you were a back-in-the-day person and I were to mention a musical in
Jujamcyn Chairman James Binger Dies at 88
By Matthew Murray · Nov 5, 2004
James Binger -- chairman of Jujamcyn Theatres, the third-largest owner of Broadway theaters -- died of colon cancer at his home in Minneapolis on Wednesday, November 3 at 88. He ...