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The Lonely Way
By David Finkle · Feb 14, 2005 · New York City
Ronald Guttman and George Morfogenin The Lonely Way(Photo © Rahav Segev) "How little we all really know each other," Professor Wegrat says toward the end
Playing With Fierstein
By Peter Filichia · Feb 13, 2005 · New York City
Harvey Fierstein in Fiddler on the Roof(Photo © Carol Rosegg) I know this will sound odd, but while I was watching Harvey Fierstein do Fiddler on the R...
Arguments With England
By David Finkle · Feb 13, 2005 · New York City
This side of the Atlantic, Michael Blakemore is known primarily for his long-term collaboration with Michael Frayn. Blakemore has directed nine Frayn plays, most ...
Fez Under Time Café to Close on March 17
By Brian Scott Lipton · Feb 12, 2005 · New York City
Fez Under Time Café (380 Lafayette Street), the famed nightclub where some of downtown's hottest acts have performed, will close its doors on March 17. The entire building wil
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Feb 12, 2005 · New York City
Faith Prince YOU GOTTA HAVE FAITH Having abandoned Westchester for sunny California last year, Faith Prince has finally made it back to the East Coast. She and her ...
The Confessions of Punch and Judy
By Adam Klasfeld · Feb 11, 2005 · New York City
Tannis Kowalchuk and Ker Wells in The Confessions of Punch and Judy (Photo © Raimundo) For the uninitiated: Punch and Judy shows
Roundabout Exits League of American Theatres and Producers
The not-for-proift Roundabout Theatre Company, currently represented on Broadway by a hit production of Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men, has relinquished its membership in ...
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
By David Finkle · Feb 11, 2005 · New York City
Jason Danieley and Katherine Faye Barryin A Tree Grows in Brooklyn(Photo © Joan Marcus) Perhaps because the Broadway musical seaso
Arthur Miller, Master Playwright, Dies at 89
By Matthew Murray · Feb 11, 2005 · New York City
Arthur Miller(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Arthur Miller, the esteemed playwright whose works for the theater include Death of a Salesman and The Crucible
Wipeout
David Larsen in Good Vibrations(Photo © Carol Rosegg) With Good Vibrations, American musical theater has truly hit rock bottom, with the emphasis o