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By Cooper Robb · Jun 25, 2002
Cherry Jones (center), with (l-r): Amber Allison,Cheyney Rives, Karen MacDonald, Stephanie Roth-Haberle, Hannah Bos, and Paula Plum in Lysistrata
All-Singing, All-Dancing, All-Spielberg
By Peter Filichia · Jun 25, 2002
Steven Spielberg says he wants to make a movie musical. Here are some suggestions.
Just Us Boys
By David Finkle · Jun 25, 2002
A publicity photo for Just Us Boys The use of the term "chorus boy mentality" as a pejorative may have no grounding in fact and may be brutally unfair when ...
Cutting Edge
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 25, 2002
Karen Finley deals with the emotional fallout from 9/11/01 in her new performance piece at The Cutting Room.
Particular Talents: Dver, Kettles, and Klaus
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 24, 2002
The Siegels experience three diverse performers: Goldie Dver, Marcus Kettles, and Veronica Klaus.
Brecht on Brecht
By David Finkle · Jun 24, 2002
Pamela Sabaugh, Nicholas Viselli, and castin Brecht on Brecht (Photo: Carol Rosegg) The Jewish Wife, one of Bertolt Brecht's most affecting works, is a
Richard Rodgers Birthday Concert This Friday at the Gershwin Theatre, Free and Open to the Public
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 24, 2002
Richard Rodgers Laura Benanti, John Bucchino, Barbara Cook, John Cullum, Toni DiBuono, Erin Dilly, Hunter Foster, Sutton Foster, Marin Mazzie (accompanied by Stephen ...
Millie Foster-less Over Weekend, But Star is Now Reported to be Thoroughly Fine
By Ben Winters · Jun 24, 2002
Sutton Foster Fans who had hoped to catch Tony's favorite actress in a musical, Sutton Foster, this past weekend were disappointed: The Thoroughly Modern Millie
By David Finkle · Jun 24, 2002
Bruce McCarty, Pippa Pearthree, and Neil Vipond in Endpapers(Photo: Joan Marcus) Thomas McCormack was for many years the chairman and ...
My, Oh Myers!
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jun 24, 2002
Sondheim veteran Pamela Myers is happily returned to Broadway in Into the Woods.