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Orson's Shadow
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 14, 2005
Have you ever wished you could sit in on a rehearsal involving some of the greatest theater luminaries of the 20th century? In the witty and irreverent Orson's Shadow, Austin Pendleton provides the next best thing.
A Guide to the Ides
By Peter Filichia · Mar 13, 2005
Julius Caesar didn't beware the Ides of March, and look what happened to him! How has Broadway fared on March 15?
Lazer Vaudeville
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 13, 2005
Carter Brown in Lazer Vaudeville Photo © Dike Peterson Bowling pins, building blocks, bouncing balls, bicycle hoops, chainsaws, a
Man of Letters
By Charles Wright · Mar 13, 2005
Charles Wright offers an appraisal of Robert Brustein's Letters to a Young Actor: A Universal Guide to Performance.
The Penis Monologues
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 13, 2005
Steve Luker in The Penis Monologues: Men Speak (Photo Kerry Long) I knew I was in for a rough night at the theater when I started lo
CUNY Offers "Safe Havens for Playwrights"
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 11, 2005
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) is offering "Safe Havens for Playwrights," a series intended to introduce participants ...
There Is Nothing Like a Dame on March 14
By Matthew Murray · Mar 11, 2005
Phyllis Newman(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Nothing Like a Dame 2005, the latest edition of the annual benefit for the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiativ
Not Rotten at All!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 11, 2005
Barbara & Scott cheer Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, attack Lazer Vaudeville, and find John Tartaglia adorable in his show at Joe's Pub.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 11, 2005
Barrett Foa has his hands full! Plus: Capathia Jenkins honors Maya Angelou and Andrea McArdle sings for BC/EFA.
Woman Before a Glass
By David Finkle · Mar 11, 2005
Mercedes Ruehl in Woman Before a Glass(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Mercedes Ruehl, who may be the closest thing we have to an American Anna Magnani (you know, t