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Chicago Kids Spotlight: October '05
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Sep 30, 2005
The always-reliable Lifeline Theatre Kidseries offers Stuart Little (October 1-November 27) with Saturday and Sunday matinees, and the highly-regarded Emerald City Theatre Company presents the world premiere musical Stellaluna and Other Tales (October 8-November 5), based on the works of Janell Cannon. Emerald City performs at the Apollo Theater.
Boston Spotlight: October 2005
By Sandy MacDonald · Sep 30, 2005
A Time to Embrace Otherness
D.C. Metro Kids Spotlight: October '05
By Michael Toscano · Sep 30, 2005
Theatergoers both young and old will probably enjoy Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical version of the famed biblical story about sibling rivalry starring Broadway veteran Patrick Cassidy in the title role. (Warner Theater, October 18-23). Also, Imagination Stage, the nationally recognized children's theater and education center in Bethesda, Maryland is presenting the American premiere of a classical version of Cinderella, accompanied by some of Mozart's early music. Imagination Stage suggests you should be at least five years old to appreciate this timeless story, which runs until November 6.
Philadelphia Kids Spotlight: October '05
By Cooper Robb · Sep 30, 2005
For a fun family evening out, the Media Theatre is presenting the "now and forever" Broadway musical Cats. If the kids can't stay up late, there is a special 10am performance on Thursday, October 13 (a day some schools close for Yom Kippur).
Theatre League President Jed Bernstein to Step Down at Season's End
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 30, 2005
Jed Bernstein(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Jed Bernstein, president of the League of American Theatres and Producers, Inc., has announced that he will be resigning h
Collins, Masterson, Rapp, Robins Slated for Scottish Play Benefit Reading
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 30, 2005
Lynn Collins (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Lynn Collins, Mary Stuart Masterson, Anthony Rapp, and Laila Robins will star in a special reading of Lee Blessing's
Cycling Past the Matterhorn
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 30, 2005
Shirley Knight returns to the stage in Deborah Grimberg's muddy mother/daughter drama.