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Twelfth Night
By David Finkle · Jan 20, 2003
Mark Strong and Emily Watsonin Twelfth Night The shipwrecked Viola and the house-bound Olivia have both lost brothers by the time William Shakespeare's Twe
Sieber to Spell Kudisch in Millie, January 28-April 27
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 20, 2003
Christopher Sieber (l) and Marc Kudisch(Photo: Jim Caruso) Christopher Sieber, who most recently appeared on Broadway as Rapunzel's Prince in ...
Al Hirschfeld, Theatrical Caricaturist, Dead at 99
By Matthew Murray · Jan 20, 2003
Al Hirschfeld Al Hirschfeld, the renowned caricaturist who chronicled Broadway shows and personalities with his one-of-a-kind line drawings for over 50 years, died ...
The Family Way
By Peter Filichia · Jan 20, 2003
Way back in 1962, Harold Prince, John Kander, and the Goldman brothers were all involved in A Family Affair.
Performances Canceled at Theatre Row Complex Due to Flooding
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 18, 2003
Matinee and evening performances of two productions housed in the new Theatre Row complex at 410 West 42nd Street in Manhattan were canceled today --Saturday, January 18 -- due to ...
American Theatre Wing Offers World Theatre Seminar, January 24
By Matthew Murray · Jan 17, 2003
The American Theatre Wing will present a special seminar on World Theatre as part of its "Working in the Theatre" series on Friday, January 24. The seminar will feature a panel of ...
New York Public Library Hosts Original Cast Recording Exhibit, March 6-June 7
By Matthew Murray · Jan 17, 2003
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will be hosting an exhibit dedicated to musical theater cast recordings beginning March 6. The exhibit will ...
Chicago on CD: A Survey
By Matthew Murray · Jan 17, 2003
Matthew Murray reviews the soundtrack CD of Chicago and weighs the virtues and flaws of previous recordings of the Kander and Ebb score.
Maid to Order
By Michael Buckley · Jan 17, 2003
J. Smith-Cameron sparks the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Tartuffe.
A Jazz Man and a Jazz Baby
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 17, 2003
Curtis Stigers (at the Oak Room) and Jennifer Pace (at Don't Tell Mama) give the Siegels a warm glow during a cold snap in NYC.