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Marc Salem's Mind Games on Broadway
By David Finkle · Jun 1, 2004
Marc Salem(Photo © Joan Marcus) If Marc Salem were reading this review, he wouldn't have to. He would know what it says without bothering to peruse it, because
Toxic Audio in Loudmouth
By David Finkle · Jun 1, 2004
Toxic Audio in Loudmouth They mean their moniker -- Toxic Audio -- as a joke, don't they? The same for the show's title -- Loudmout
Murphy, Jackman, and Marshall Named 2004 TDF/Astaire Award Winners
By Adam Klasfeld · Jun 1, 2004
Clockwise from top right: Kathleen Marshall, Hugh Jackman, and Donna Murphy The TDF/Astaire Awards committee has announced the winners of its annual honors for outst
Kaufman Center to Present "Bound for Broadway IV"
By Matthew Murray · Jun 1, 2004
Liz Callaway The Kaufman Center will present the fourth annual "Bound for Broadway" concert at Merkin Concert Hall (129 West 67th Street, between Broadway and ...
June is Bustin' Out All Over
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 1, 2004
Notes on Trust, Absolutely Fascinating, Chinese Friends, The Joys of Sex, The Triangle Factory Fire Project, and cabaret's Nancy McGraw.
Casting Announced for The Broadway Musicals of 1963
By Matthew Murray · Jun 1, 2004
Euan Morton and Tonya Pinkins(Photos © Michael Portantiere and Joseph Marzullo) Complete casting has been announced for the final concert
Love Boat Actor Offers Exciting and New Play
By Adam Klasfeld · Jun 1, 2004
Ted Lange as Isaac Washington Ted Lange, the actor best known for his role of Isaac on the hit '70s TV series The Love Boat, is also a playwright: His Lemo
Sound Advice
By Peter Filichia · May 31, 2004
Filichia gets some feedback from sound designers on his column about the use of microphones in the theater.
Cook Amongst Yourselves
By Matthew Murray · May 28, 2004
Matthew Murray listens to the DRG recordings of Boy George's Taboo and Barbara Cook's Broadway
Set Your Sights on This One
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 28, 2004
Barbara & Scott see Sight Unseen, bare their feelings about bare, and take in Curtis Stigers at the Oak Room