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Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 16, 2004
Robby Benson stars in Open Heart, Ken Jennings and company evoke Silent Laughter, and Patti LuPone sings of love in Newark, NJ.
Gay Divorce
By Marc Miller · Mar 15, 2004
If you saw Never Gonna Dance during its brief stay at the Broadhurst, you may have felt about Noah Racey as I did: Pleasant guy, works terrifically hard, ...
Embedded
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 15, 2004
Ben Cain and Toni Torres in Embedded(Photo © Michal Daniel) Anyone who attends the Actors' Gang production of Tim Robbins's Embedded at The Public
Old Globe Sets Run of Yazbek's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 15, 2004
Daid Yazbek San Diego's Old Globe Theatre will present the world premiere of the musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels from September 15 through October 24, 2004. ...
Good Times and Bum Times
By Charles Wright · Mar 15, 2004
Charles Wright assesses All in Good Time, a new memoir by the popular radio personality Jonathan Schwartz.
Batman's Baddies From Broadway
By Peter Filichia · Mar 15, 2004
Filichia lists the theater connections of some favorite villains from the Batman TV series of the 1960s.
Sweeney Todd
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 12, 2004
Elaine Paige and Mark Delavan in Sweeney Todd(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Are we all agreed that Sweeney Todd is one of the true
Small Tragedy
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 12, 2004
Ana Reeder and Lee Pace in Small Tragedy(Photo © Joan Marcus) Noises Off meets Death and the Maiden in Craig Lucas's
London Pride
By Mark Shenton · Mar 12, 2004
Theater in London town is highly eclectic and frequently electrifying, as ever.
Ever Forever a Wiz There Is
By Peter Filichia · Mar 11, 2004
Filichia eases on down the road of memories with the City Lights Youth Theatre production of The Wiz.