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News Flash: Huey Lewis to Join Broadway Cast of Chicago
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 25, 2005
Huey Lewis Pop singer Huey Lewis will make his Broadway debut as Billy Flynn in Chicago, beginning November 1. His group Huey Lewis and The News has sold ...
Schwartz, Green, and Burnham to Perform With Lessack at Tower
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 25, 2005
Lee Lessack Composer Stephen Schwartz and actors Brian Lane Green and David Burnham will join singer Lee Lessack at Tower Records Lincoln Center on August 3 as part ...
I Love Vivian
By Peter Filichia · Jul 24, 2005
Notes on a biography of Vivian Vance, who had a theater career before she became famous as TV's Ethel Mertz.
Thrill Me Performance of July 25 Will Benefit BC/EFA; Kreeger Will Go Swimming Upstream in August
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 22, 2005
Doug Kreeger and Stephen Dolginoff in Thrill Me (Photo © Carol Rosegg) The York Theatre Company will sponsor a special performance of the musical Thri
Lennon Bus to Stop in NYC
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 22, 2005
Chad Kimball in Lennon (Photo © Joan Marcus) The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus will be in New York City from July 25 through 29, allowing the public a
Persia on My Mind
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 22, 2005
Barbara & Scott on a trio of political plays: The Persians, Screen Play, and Boocock's House of Baseball
Amanda McBroom's A Woman of Will to Play at Daryl Roth Theatre
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 22, 2005
Amanda McBroom Singer/songwriter Amanda McBroom will return to New York in the musical A Woman of Will, set to begin previews at the Daryl Roth Theatre on ...
Times of Trouble
By Peter Filichia · Jul 21, 2005
Filichia considers The Times to be one of the finest musicals he's seen in years, but is there an audience for it?
Philadelphia, Here I Come!
By David Finkle · Jul 21, 2005
Under Ciarán O'Reilly's lively and sensitive direction, this Brian Friel play is receiving a well-nigh perfect Irish Rep production
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 21, 2005
Haskell King and Stephanie Sanditz in Brother Photo © Melissa Stewart The set of Lisa Ebersole's Brother, like those of several other plays in New