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Quiz Show
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 29, 2004
The Brooklyn Quiz. Plus: Notes on angry men, show stoppers, Melissa Manchester, and the balance of the Cabaret Convention.
Mono a Mono
By Peter Filichia · Oct 28, 2004
Filichia's amplifier is busted, so his stereo cast recordings don't sound that great. What to do?
Twelve Angry Men
By David Finkle · Oct 28, 2004
Kevin Geer, Philip Bosco, Michael Mastro, Adam Trese,John Pankow, Peter Friedman, and Larry Bryggmanin Twelve Angry Men(Photo © Joan Marcus)
God's Daughter
By Sandy MacDonald · Oct 28, 2004
Susanne Marley, Peter Brouwer, and Anne DuPont in God's Daughter(Photo © Kim T. Sharp) It's an interesting device, having a hard-b
TWO BROTHERS who are not brothers
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 28, 2004
Joe Thompson and John Jimerson in TWO BROTHERS who are not brothers (Photo © Richard Termine) At the end of the first scene in ...
The Playboy of the Western World
By David Finkle · Oct 28, 2004
Tom Vaughan Lawlor inThe Playboy of the Western World(Photo © Tom Lawlor) Many plays have been called a riot, but very few have started one. John Millingt
Gentleman of the Jury
By Michael Buckley · Oct 28, 2004
A talk with Boyd Gaines, one of the Roundabout's Twelve Angry Men.
Dear George: Letters to the President to be Perfomed Just in Time for Election Day
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 27, 2004
George W. Bush (White House Photo © Eric Draper) West 50th Street productions will present Dear George: Letters to the President at 45 Bleecker Street fo
Primary Stages to Honor Foote and Childs
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 27, 2004
Horton Foote(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Primary Stages will celebrate its 20th anniversary season with a gala in honor of playwright Horton Foote and the company's
Sin (A Cardinal Deposed)
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 26, 2004
John Cullum and John Leonard Thompson in Sin (A Cardinal Deposed) (Photo © Carol Rosegg) In recent years, documentary theater has become a powerful means