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Ann Miller, "Tops in Taps," Dies in Los Angeles
Ann Miller(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Ann Miller, a triple-threat performer who was most famous as a tap-dancing star of stage and screen, died today in Los An
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 22, 2004
Michael Portantiere interviews Fiorello! star Tony Lo Bianco, applauds Barrett Foa in Avenue Q, and rails against overamplification on Broadway.
Bosco, Harris, and Murray to Perform Shakespeare at 92nd Street Y
By Matthew Murray · Jan 21, 2004
Philip Bosco Philip Bosco, Rosemary Harris, and Brian Murray will join together at the 92nd Street Y (1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street) on Monday, February 9 at ...
MCC Theater Names Executive Director
By Matthew Murray · Jan 21, 2004
MCC Theater has announced that John G. Schultz will be its executive director -- a newly created position -- effective immediately. Schultz graduated from The Juilliard School. He ...
The Kvetching Continues
By Matthew Murray · Jan 21, 2004
Arriving onstage at Joe's Pub in a glamorous fur coat, a shiny white turban, and a shimmering black dress, holding a yapping plush toy dog, Jackie Hoffman is ...
A TACT Act
By Peter Filichia · Jan 21, 2004
Filichia chats with three of the people behind TACT and the troupe's upcoming production of The Good Soup
Five Flights
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 20, 2004
Jason Butler Harner, Alice Ripley, andLisa Steindler in Five Flights(Photo © Sandra Coudert) On the fifth day, God created birds. In Adam Bock's quirky ne
The Heiress
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 20, 2004
Michael Balsley and Kelly Ann Moorein The Heiress Although some people say you can't kill a good play, that's not really true. But it is true that, if an ...
They Can Do It Alone
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 20, 2004
Beyond Broadway, small shows are in season! Here, Barbara & Scott make note of several that deserve your attention.
CBS Will Continue to Telecast Tonys Through 2010
By Matthew Murray · Jan 19, 2004
The American Theatre Wing has announced that CBS television, which has had a 27-year relationship with the Tony Awards, will continue to offer three-hour broadcasts of the awards ...