Golden Boy
By David Finkle · Mar 22, 2002 · New York City
Kamar de los Reyes and Alfonso Ribeiro in Golden Boy(Photo: Gerry Goodstein) "Yes, I Can" was the apt title that Sammy Davis Jr., who ...
Oklahoma! in Abundance
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 22, 2002 · New York City
Like most Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals, Oklahoma! has a happy history of recordings, from the original cast album to the CD of the 1998 Royal National Theatre production ...
Patrick Wilson in Oklahoma!(Photo: Michael LePoer Trench) Many a new day has dawned since Oklahoma! made its first appearance on Broadway in 1943. ...
Golden Days
By Peter Filichia · Mar 22, 2002 · New York City
Sammy Davis, Jr. The lights dimmed to black and then a tiny spotlight picked up the small man walking forward to the lip of the stage. He got a burst of applause ...
Vanessa Williams Announced for Title Role in Carmen Jones at Kennedy Center
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 21, 2002 · New York City
Vanessa Williams In one of the most fascinating but also most questionable pieces of casting that I've heard in years, Vanessa Williams has been announced for the ...
Two for the Road
Whenever a cabaret club closes, there is a special sadness in this rarified musical world. When two high profile clubs close their doors within a short time, ...
Everything is Albee
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Mar 21, 2002 · New York City
Edward Albee Hear ye, hear ye! Let it known that Edward Albee is a far more articulate interviewee than Martin, the "semanticist" played by Bill Pullman, in Albee's
Forbidden Broadway
By David Finkle · Mar 21, 2002 · New York City
Donna English and Michael Westin Forbidden Broadway(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Gerard Alessandrini has been doing professionally and lucratively for 20 years what ...
Forbidden City Blues
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 21, 2002 · New York City
(l-r) Peter Von Berg, Richard Ebihara, Julia McLaughlin,Jose Rosario, Perry Yung, and Fay Ann Leein Forbidden City Blues (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Crafting a fa
How Now, Dean Jones?
By Peter Filichia · Mar 20, 2002 · New York City
Dean Jones and the cast of Company The overture began with the title song from Company, followed by the theme song to The And

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