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Kudisch, Vroman, Albee, et al. to Honor Ned Rorem
By Matthew Murray · Sep 15, 2003
Ned Rorem The Magic Circle Opera Repertory Ensemble will present the first concert in its American Masters Arts Festival Biennial series, "America Honors Ned Rorem --...
La Duse
By Charles Wright · Sep 15, 2003
Charles Wright reviews Helen Sheehy's new book on the life of the legendary actress Eleonora Duse.
Broadway's Musical Miracles
By Peter Filichia · Sep 14, 2003
Filichia recounts 15 musical theater miracles in which sure-fire flops turned into big-time hits.
The Nuclear Family
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 12, 2003
Stephen Guarino, Jimmy Bennett, John Gregorio,and Matthew Loren Cohen (with keyboard)are The Nuclear Family(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Improvisation is theat
Next: Roundabout Will Bring Pacific Overtures Back to Broadway in 2004
By Matthew Murray · Sep 12, 2003
It has just been announced that the Roundabout Theatre Company will present a revival of the 1976 Tony Award-winning Stephen Sondheim-John Weidman musical Pacific Overtures ...
A Star of Today, and a Star-Maker for 25 Years
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 12, 2003
Stacey Kent shows everything she's got at the Oak Room and David Kenney celebrates his WBAI radio program at Danny's.
Actor John Ritter Dies at 54
By Matthew Murray · Sep 12, 2003
John Ritter John Ritter, best known for his outrageous physical comedy performance as Jack Tripper on the 1970s-80s TV sitcom Three's Company and its short-...
Eartha Kitt to Replace Chita Rivera in Nine
By Matthew Murray · Sep 12, 2003
Eartha Kitt It has just been confirmed that the legendary Eartha Kitt, who last appeared on Broadway in The Wild Party in 2000, will join the Roundabout ...
Monty Python Musical to Spam Broadway in 2005
By Matthew Murray · Sep 12, 2003
A scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail It has just been announced that Spamelot, a musical adaptation of the popular 1975 film comedy Monty Pyt
Take Broadway Out to the Ballgame
By Peter Filichia · Sep 11, 2003
From "It's a Hit!" to "Steal With Style," musical theater boasts a number of songs fit to accompany a ball game.