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Equity/League Talks Break Down But Broadway Theaters Will Remain Lit, At Least for the Time Being
Negotiations between Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers broke down late last night. According to a statement issued by AEA, "Contract ...
100 Years, 100 Songs -- Partly Thanks to Broadway
How many of the American Film Institute's 100 greatest movie songs can trace their roots to Broadway?
Musical Theatre Works Suspends Operations
It was announced late this afternoon that the board of directors of Musical Theatre Works, New York's only not-for-profit organization devoted exclusively to the creation and ...
No Microphones Allowed: Broadway Unplugged Concert Set for September 27 at The Town Hall
Christine Andreas(Photo © Michael Portantiere) TheaterMania's Scott Siegel, creator and host of the acclaimed Broadway by the Year series, has just announ
Campbell and Hayden to Star in Syncopation
Michael Hayden and Neve Campbell It has just been announced that Neve Campbell and Michael Hayden will star in the New York premiere of Allan Knee's Syncopation
Absolutely Fabulation
Barbara & Scott heap praise upon playwright Lynn Nottage and groove on the pizzazz of jazz singer Judy Barnett.
2003-2004 Best Plays Choices Announced
The 10 plays selected for the 2003-2004 Best Plays yearbook have been announced. As is traditional, each of the plays will be celebrated with an essay in the annual volume, ...
It's Not Who You Star, It's Where You Finish
When replacements take over for stars, a show's advertising campaign can make all the difference.
Hats On!
In his new book, theater journalist Robert Simonson makes the point that, On Broadway, Men Still Wear Hats.
BAM and chashama Announce "Outside Art" Festival
Boomerang Theatre Company'sA Midsummer Night's Dream The BAM Local Development Corporation and the not-for-profit arts collective ...