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Dessa Rose
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 21, 2005
The dour new musical by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens is a worthwhile but flawed experiment.
Eyewitness Blues
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 21, 2005
With its mixture of music and spoken word, this experimental piece about a trumpet player and his muse never hits the right note.
Butler, Kudisch, Noll, et al. Set for The Broadway Musicals of 1945
By Matthew Murray · Mar 21, 2005
Marc Kudisch(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Broadway stars Kerry Butler, Marc Kudisch, and Christiane Noll are among the cast members who have just been announced for
Oh, Those Thirties!
By Marc Miller · Mar 21, 2005
In Sing for Your Supper, Ethan Mordden pays attention to a decade of musical theater that even he can't work up much enthusiasm over.
And the Winner Is...
By Terri Roberts · Mar 21, 2005
The multi-talented Dakin Matthews continues to receive praise and awards from critics and from his peers.
Wopat to Kick off Spring Season at Birdland
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 21, 2005
Tom Wopat The New Season at Birdland, a series of concerts featuring top performers and composers, will begin on Monday, April 4 at 7pm with a concert by Tom Wopat. ...
Famed Singer-Pianist Bobby Short Dies at 80
By Matthew Murray · Mar 21, 2005
Bobby Short at Feinstein's at the Regencyon February 22, 2005 for the openingof Chita Rivera's show there(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Singer-pianist Bobby Short, a
Dodgers Continue to Advertise Bare Six Months After Pop Opera's Indefinite Postponement
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 20, 2005
To the confusion of some theatergoers, Dodgers Theatricals is continuing to advertise Bare at its new Dodger Stages complex on West ...
Twice as Big as Life
By Peter Filichia · Mar 20, 2005
Filichia looks back on the career of Jerry Orbach, whose life will be celebrated on Thursday at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
By David Finkle · Mar 20, 2005
A deglamorized Kathleen Turner embodies Martha in the new production of Edward Albee's play.