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Carmello and Lacey to Star in Gifford's Saving Aimee
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 21, 2005
Carolee Carmello (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Carolee Carmello and Florence Lacey will star in Saving Aimee, the new musical with book and lyrics by Kathie
NYMF Roundup #1
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 21, 2005
But I'm a Cheerleader, Richard Cory, Feeling Electric, and The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde
Fated To Be Dated
By Peter Filichia · Sep 21, 2005
Just because a show is dated doesn't mean that Filichia won't make a date to see it.
All Shook Up to Close on September 25
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 20, 2005
All Shook Up(Photo © Joan Marcus) All Shook Up, the musical with a book by Joe DiPietro that features the songs of Elvis Pr
Masur, Ireland, Harner to Star in The Ruby Sunrise
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 20, 2005
Richard Masur (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Richard Masur, Marin Ireland, and Jason Butler Harner will head the cast of the Public Theater's production of Rinne Gro
Life Is Like a Train
Douglas Sills, Marin Mazzie, and company offer a sneak peek at On the Twentieth Century
Public Theater to Host Talk on Joseph Papp and His Legacy
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 20, 2005
Joseph Papp Helen Epstein, the author of Joe Papp: An American Life, will give a free talk titled Joseph Papp and his Legacy at 7pm on Monday, ...
Broadway Cares Cancels Jule Styne Benefit
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 20, 2005
Let Us Entertain You: The All-Star Jule Styne Celebration, a concert that was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, November 8 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, has ...
Cathay: Three Tales of China
By Kelly Huffman · Sep 20, 2005
Lady Yang and friends in Cathay: Three Tales of China (Photo © Chris Bennion) Cherry-picking from 5,000 years of Chinese history,
The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 20, 2005
This uneven yet thought-provoking play by Rolin Jones mixes equal parts of science fiction and dysfunctional family drama.