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"One-Night-Only" Events
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 11, 2003
The Siegels enjoy a roast, a Barry Manilow birthday party, and an evening with Mary Stout.
He Never Does Anything Twice
By Peter Filichia · Jul 10, 2003
Despite conflicting reports from Chicago, Filichia is optimistic that Sondheim and Prince will make Bounce fly.
Bright Lights, Big City in Concert on September 14 and 15
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 10, 2003
Gavin Creel(Photo © Michael Portantiere) On Sunday, September 14 and Monday, September 15 at 8pm, the Guggenheim Museum will present Paul Scott Goodman's musical
Full Cast Announced for The Boy Friend at Bay Street
By Matthew Murray · Jul 9, 2003
Julie Andrews Casting has been completed for the upcoming production of The Boy Friend at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York. Veanne Cox (The D
Ripley, Cerveris, et al. to Perform in Sh-K-Boom Concert Series at the Zipper Theater
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 9, 2003
Alice Ripley From July 16 through 28, Sh-K-Boom Records and the Zipper Theater will present the first ever Sh-K-Boom Room Summer Concert Series, featuring some of ...
John Cullum to Star in Wilder at Playwrights Horizons
By Matthew Murray · Jul 9, 2003
John Cullum(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Broadway veteran John Cullum, who won Tony Awards for his performances in Shenandoah and On the Twentieth Cent...
The Storefront to Revive Gurney's Love Letters
By Matthew Murray · Jul 9, 2003
Leslie Kritzer and Seth Rudetsky It has just been announced that The Storefront will present an all-star revival of A. R. Gurney's acclaimed 1988 play Love Letters
Ten Years in the Ice Factory
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 9, 2003
The Obie Award-winning festival celebrates its 10th anniversary!
Power Up!
By Peter Filichia · Jul 8, 2003
Filichia lists the 30 most powerful people (and other beings) in the world of musical theater.
MCC Announces 2003-2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Jul 8, 2003
Neil LaBute MCC (Manhattan Class Company) has announced its slate of productions for 2003-2004. The season will begin with the world premiere of Eric Coble's Brig