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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 ...
Mercury
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 19, 2004
Amir Darvish in Mercury(Photo © Paul Urban) Less than two minutes into Mercury: The Afterlife and Times of a Rock God, a one-man show about Queen's
Mario Lanza Bio-Musical Announced for 2005 Broadway Opening
By Matthew Murray · Jan 19, 2004
Mario Lanza (left) and Michael Amante(Amante photo © Joseph Marzullo) Be My Love, a musical about the life of Mario Lanza, is scheduled to open on Broadwa
Something Good
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 19, 2004
A captivating new CD features composer-lyricist John Bucchino playing classic melodies by Richard Rodgers on that legend's own piano.
The Kvetcher in the Wry
Jackie Hoffman returns to Joe's Pub, and The Kvetching Continues.
Reilly Remembers Hagen
By Peter Filichia · Jan 18, 2004
Charles Nelson Reilly shares his favorite memories of the late, great Uta Hagen.
House of No More
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 17, 2004
House of No More(Photo © Linsey Bostwick) Big Art Group's House of No More puts the "destruction" in deconstruction. This h
You've Got to Come Back a Star: 42nd Street to Hold Open Auditions for Female Tappers
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 16, 2004
42nd Street The producers of the current Broadway revival of 42nd Street will hold open auditions for female tap dancers who sing on Friday, February 6 ...