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Much Ado About Shakespeare
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Nov 26, 2003
Barbara & Scott applaud two Shakespeare productions, find that Loesser is more for Andrea Marcovicci, and watch the stars come out for Musical Theatre Works
It's So Easy to Fix Someone Else's Show
By Peter Filichia · Nov 25, 2003
A Cincinnati production of On the Town prompts the question: What shows would you like to tinker with?
Take Me Out to Hit the Showers on January 4
By Matthew Murray · Nov 25, 2003
Daniel Sunjata (center) and the cast of Take Me Out(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Richard Greenberg's Take Me...
Auntie Mame
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 25, 2003
In the great tradition of the fabulous, one-night-only benefit shows that have happily proliferated over the years, a star-studded performance of Auntie Mame ...
Bravo Bernstein!
By Matthew Murray · Nov 25, 2003
Audra McDonald and David Hyde Piercein Bravo Bernstein!(Photo © Peter Kramer/Getty Images) For someone who's been dead more than 13 years, Leonard Bernste
London's Evening Standard Award Winners Announced
By Seth Christenfeld · Nov 25, 2003
Michael Brandon and company in Jerry Springer: The Opera The winners of the 2003 Evening Standard Awards for excellence in London theater have been announced.
L.A. Ovation Award Winners Announced
By Seth Christenfeld · Nov 24, 2003
The 2003 Ovation Awards for excellence in Los Angeles theater were handed out last night. August Wilson's newest play, Gem of the Ocean, was the evening's biggest honoree ...
For Openers...
By Joseph Marzullo · Nov 24, 2003
TheaterMania's Joseph Marzullo is there as Wonderful Town and Henry IV open, and as the Oldest Living Confederate Widow opens and closes.
Wonderful Town
By David Finkle · Nov 23, 2003
Jennifer Westfeldt and Donna Murphy in Wonderful Town(Photo © Paul Kolnik) Donna Murphy is doing a marvelous star turn in a part t
Park Your Eyes on Harvard Yard
By Peter Filichia · Nov 23, 2003
Love's Labour's Lost or Won? Filichia takes his search to Harvard Yard and reports the results.