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Broadway's Super Tuesdays
By Peter Filichia · Mar 2, 2004
When Filichia hears the phrase "Super Tuesday," what does it mean to him?
Wintertime
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 2, 2004
Nicholas Hormann, T. Scott Cunningham, Marsha Mason,Michael Cerveris, Brienin Bryant, and Christopher Denhamin Wintertime(Photo © Joan Marcus)
Lincoln Center Hosts Platform Discussion With A.R. Gurney
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 2, 2004
A.R. Gurney Lincoln Center Theater's Platform Series, a forum for public discussion between LCT artists and interested theatergoers, will present a talk with the ...
AWOL Project Seeks New Musicals for Readings
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 2, 2004
AWOL Project, Inc., a not-for-profit Manhattan theater company, is seeking submissions for its Musicals in Development (MID) Series. The series was created specifically to support ...
Big Talent
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 2, 2004
Reports on A.R. Gurney's Big Bill, Nicky Silver's Beautiful Child, Cady Huffman's new movie, and Leslie Orofino's cabaret act.
Tony Winner John Randolph Dies at 88
By Matthew Murray · Mar 1, 2004
John Randolph John Randolph, who won a Tony Award for his performance as grandfather Ben in the 1986 Neil Simon play Broadway Bound, died on February 24 in ...
The Roaring Girle
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 1, 2004
Okwui Okpokwasili in The Roaring Girle(Photo © Richard Termine) "Acting is about subtlety," says Moll Cutpurse, the title character of Alice Tuan's adapta
Bug
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 1, 2004
Michael Shannon and Shannon Cochran in Bug(Photo © Gabe Evans) When is paranoia justified? In Tracy Letts's unsettling new play
Paigeing Mrs. Lovett
By David Finkle · Mar 1, 2004
British musical theater luminary Elaine Paige co-stars in the New York City Opera production of Sweeney Todd.
"Then Steve Said to Hal..."
By Peter Filichia · Feb 29, 2004
People who worked with Sondheim and Prince are guest lecturers in a college musical theater course.