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Macy's to Host Talent Contest With Tony Tickets as the Prize
By Adam Klasfeld · May 19, 2005
Macy's department store will host a "Sing for Your Tickets" talent competition in Herald Square (Broadway at West 34th Street) on Friday, May 20, from 4 to 7pm. The winner will ...
Screen to Stage
By Mark Shenton · May 18, 2005
Hollywood stars and shows adapted from films are taking over the West End, with surprisingly happy results.
Actor-Impressionist Frank Gorshin Dies in California at 72
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 18, 2005
Frank Gorshin Frank Gorshin, who entertained Broadway audiences with his portrayals of comedian George Burns and New York City mayor Jimmy Walker, died today in ...
Henry Flamethrowa
By David Finkle · May 18, 2005
Yvonne Woods and Tim Daly in Henry Flamethrowa (Photo © George McLaughlin) One can easily understand why producers are interested
Memory House
By Dan Bacalzo · May 18, 2005
This imperfect but quietly resonant play concerns a mother's relationship to her adopted daughter.
In a Class By Themselves
By Michael Portantiere · May 18, 2005
This year's Tony Award nominees pose for a "class photo" in Times Square.
Oscar, York, Gurwin to Star in Broadway Musicals of 1962
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 18, 2005
Rachel York Brad Oscar, Rachel York, cabaret star Scott Coulter, and Forbidden Broadway alumnae Felicia Finley, Danny Gurwin, and Christine Pedi will star in ...
Let it Shine!
By Peter Filichia · May 17, 2005
Filichia thinks that the Empire State building should glow silver or gold to celebrate the Tony Awards.
Little Women to Close on May 22 After Less Than Astonishing Run
By Michael Portantiere · May 17, 2005
Maureen McGovern and Sutton Fosterin Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) It has just been announced that Little Women: The Musical will close at the
New Dramatists Honor George C. Wolfe at Spring Luncheon
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 17, 2005
George C. Wolfe and Tony Kushnerat the New Dramatists luncheon (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Less than 24 hours after winning an OBIE Aw