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"Working in the Theatre" Seminar on Williams to Feature Lange, Richardson, and Slater
By Matthew Murray · Mar 31, 2005
Jessica Lange, Natasha Richardson, and Christian Slater(Photos © Joseph Marzullo) Jessica Lange, Natasha Richardson, and Christian Slater
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Charles Busch, Julie Halston, Mimi Hines, Tim Curry, and Gary Beach star in our latest photo feature.
Williamstown Theater Festival Announces 2005 Season
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 31, 2005
Roger Rees(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Roger Rees, the new artistic director of the Tony Award-winning Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF), has announced details fo
LaGuardia High School Presents Spring Drama Festival
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 31, 2005
Drama majors in the senior class at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts will display their acting talents during the school's annual Spring Drama Fes
Break Bread With an Altar Boy!
By Mania Editorial Staff · Mar 31, 2005
Win tickets to the Off-Broadway hit Altar Boyz, plus dinner with the cast member of your choice.
A.C.T. Announces 39th Geary Theater Season
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 30, 2005
David Mamet American Conservatory Theater artistic director Carey Perloff has announced the company's 39th Geary Theater season, which will run from August 2005 to ...
Radium
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 30, 2005
Bobby Abid and Nathaniel P. Claridad in Radium (Photo © Priyanka Dasgupta) Despite its title, Radium doesn't exactly light
Stars to Salute Harold Prince at Weill Recital Hall on May 3
By Matthew Murray · Mar 30, 2005
Harold Prince Singers Brent Barrett, Jason Danieley, Mary Cleere Haran, and Marin Mazzie will salute the legendary Broadway producer-director Harold Prince at a ...
John Malkovich's 2005-2006 Men's Wear Line To Be Showcased at The Performing Garage
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 30, 2005
John Malkovich in Lost Land (Photo © Michael Brosilow) John Malkovich, the renowned stage and screen actor, is also the designer of the Uncle Kimono clot
Going to St. Ives
By David Finkle · Mar 29, 2005
Lee Blessing's latest play is strong tea for the intellectually equipped.