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Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jan 24, 2005
Peter Strauss plays Freud, Laila Robbins waxes poetic, and Brett Somers will soon be reunited with Jack Klugman.
Little Women
By Marc Miller · Jan 23, 2005
Maureen McGovern and Sutton Fosterin Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) George Cukor, who directed the first (excluding silents) and best film version of
Broadway University's 2005 Midterm Exam Answers
By Peter Filichia · Jan 23, 2005
How well did you fare on this year's Broadway University midterm exam? It's time to check your answers.
Broadway Shows Go On Despite Snow
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 23, 2005
According to Jed Bernstein, president of the League of American Theatres and producers, all Broadway shows are being performed as scheduled this weekend despite the major snowstorm ...
Behar, David, Quinn, et al. Will Show That Comedy Cares
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jan 22, 2005
Comedy Cares II, a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fight AIDS, will take place on Monday, January 24 at Carolines Comedy Club (1626 Broadway) from 7pm to 9pm. Hosting the ...
The Gods Are Pounding My Head!
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 21, 2005
Jay Smith, T. Ryder Smith, and Charlotta Mohlinin The Gods are Pounding My Head!(Photo © Tom Brazil) "I have always felt that I am
Belfast Blues
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 21, 2005
Geraldine Hughes in Belfast Blues(Photo © Jonathan Christman) Sheila wanted to name her daughter "Debbie," after the actress Debbie Reynolds, but her husb
Hey, Look Her Over!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 21, 2005
Barbara & Scott enjoy the solo cabaret debuts of Jessica Molaskey at the Oak Room and Ritt Henn at The Duplex but flee an earsplitting concert at Irving Plaza.
Tony Awards Administration Committee Rules on Eligibility of Fall Shows
By Matthew Murray · Jan 21, 2005
The Tony Awards administration committee met yesterday to determine the eligibility of fall Broadway productions for the 2005 Tony Awards. The committee decided that all of the one-...
Dick Gallagher, Composer-Arranger-Pianist, Dies at 49
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 21, 2005
Dick Gallagher(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Dick Gallagher, a well known and highly respected composer, arranger, musical director, and accompanist, died on Thursday