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Lyrical Cure
By Peter Filichia · May 31, 2005
Filichia corresponds with composer-lyricist David Yazbek in regard to some Dirty Rotten matters.
EST Marathon 2005: Series A
By David Finkle · May 31, 2005
The annual short-play festival features more heavyweight authors than usual this year.
Eric Bogosian to Discuss His Novels With Michael Feingold
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 31, 2005
Eric Bgosian Actor-playwright Eric Bogosian will discuss his career as a novelist with Michael Feingold, chief theater critic of The Village Voice, at 8pm on ...
Musical Line-Up Set for Bound For Broadway V at Merkin Concert Hall
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 31, 2005
Liz Callaway Bound for Broadway V, a presentation of scenes and songs from seven new musicals in development, will take place on Monday, June 6 at 8pm at ...
Oscar Brown Jr. Dies at 78
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 31, 2005
Oscar Brown Jr. Oscar Brown Jr., a veteran playwright, jazz singer, and songwriter, died in Chicago on Sunday, May 29 at the age of 78 of complications from a blood ...
Glass Menagerie Star Christian Slater Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charge
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 31, 2005
Christian Slater in The Glass Menagerie (Photo © Joan Marcus) Christian Slater, who plays Tom Wingfield in the current Broadway revival of Tennessee Will
Murder, He Wrote
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 31, 2005
Barbara & Scott double their pleasure at the York Theatre and enjoy Michael McKean and Annette O'Toole's show at Feinstein's.
TV, Film, and Broadway Star Eddie Albert Dies at 99
By Michael Portantiere · May 30, 2005
Eddie Albert Actor Eddie Albert, best known for his role of Oliver Wendell Douglas on the long-running TV sit-com Green Acres, died on Thursday night, May 26 ...
Is That Your Final Answer?
By Peter Filichia · May 29, 2005
Depending on how many of Filichia's Yiddish-themed questions you got right, he'll either plotz and say "mazel tov" or call you a shlemiel.
John Simon Lands Jobs at, Weekly Standard
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 27, 2005
John Simon John Simon, the 80-year-old critic who was let go by New York magazine earlier this month after a 37-year career there, has found two new writing ...