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Somlyo Resigns as President of American Theatre Wing
By Matthew Murray · May 7, 2003
Roy A. Somlyo Roy A. Somlyo has resigned his position as president and chief executive officer of the American Theatre Wing (ATW), positions he has held for five ...
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Fabulous folks are everywhere as shows continue to open in the midst of theater awards mania.
Uncle Vanya
By Adam Klasfeld · May 7, 2003
Steven Skybell and Amanda Plummerin Uncle Vanya(Photo © T. Charles Erickson) What does it mean to plant a tree? In Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, it
The Last 5 Years
By Jeffrey LaGrange · May 7, 2003
Sally Wilfert in The Last 5 Years(Photo © Lanny Nagler) Jason Robert Brown's Off-Broadway musical The Last 5 Years, which won him Drama Desk awards
Your Thoughts on Great Broadway Overtures
By Peter Filichia · May 6, 2003
Does Man of La Mancha have one of the best overtures ever? Sugar? Sweet Charity? Filichia's readers opine.
Long Day's Journey Into Night
By David Finkle · May 6, 2003
Vanessa Redgrave and Brian Dennehyin Long Day’s Journey Into Night(Photo © Joan Marcus) As a 12th anniversary present in July of 1941, Eugene O'Neil
2003 Helen Hayes Award Winners Announced
By Matthew Murray · May 6, 2003
Christine Baranski and Brian Stokes Mitchellin Sweeney Todd at the Kennedy Center The 2003 Helen Hayes Awards, honoring outstanding achievement in ...
Bernadette Peters to Miss Additional Performances of Gypsy This Week
By Michael Portantiere · May 6, 2003
Bernadette Peters in Gypsy(Photo © Joan Marcus) Bernadette Peters, star of the current Broadway revival of the Jule Styne-Stephen Sondheim-Arthur Laurents
Elton John and Bernie Taupin to Score Broadway Musical Based on Vampire Novels of Anne Rice
By Matthew Murray · May 6, 2003
Lestat’s the ticket!Elton John at the press conference held to announcethe new Broadway musical The Vampire Lestat(Photo © Michael Portan
Lucille Lortel Award Winners Announced
By Michael Portantiere · May 6, 2003
Take Me Out, which originally opened at the Public Theater but has already transferred to Broadway, and Avenue Q, which is still playing at the Vineyard Theatre but is ...