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Oedipus at Palm Springs
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 4, 2005
The Five Lesbian Brothers' re-working of the Oedipus myth is both funny and tragic, inspiring pity, fear -- and a lot of laughter.
Pillowman to Close on September 18
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 3, 2005
Billy Crudup, Zeljko Ivanek, and Jeff Goldblumin The Pillowman (Photo ©: Joan Marcus) The Pillowman, Martin McDonagh's cri
By Jonas Schwartz · Aug 3, 2005
Wendy Graf's beautiful, unconventional love story finds Hal Linden and Mare Winningham in top form.
John Cullum Joins Rosemary Harris in Cast of MTC's The Other Side
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 3, 2005
John Cullum John Cullum will star alongside Rosemary Harris in the American premiere production of Ariel Dorfman's The Other Side at Manhattan Theater Club ...
Broadway/Cabaret Festival at Town Hall to Feature Espinosa, Morton, Barrett, Reinking, and Cuccioli
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 3, 2005
Eden Espinosa (Photo © Peter Berberian) Eden Espinosa, Euan Morton, Brent Barett, Ann Reinking, and Robert Cuccioli will headline the Broadway/Cabaret Festi
Donald Brooks, Legendary Costume and Fashion Designer, Dies at 77
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 3, 2005
Donald Brooks Donald Brooks, the award-winning fashion designer who created stage and screen costumes for such stars as Liza Minnelli, Diahann Carroll, Barbara ...
Music to Your Ears
By Peter Filichia · Aug 3, 2005
Here are your comments on the overtures, entr'actes, and dance music that you've missed hearing on original cast recordings.
Mazzie and Sills to Star in Actors' Fund's On the Twentieth Century
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 2, 2005
Marin Mazzie (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) and Douglas Sills (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Marin Mazzie and Douglas Sills will star in
Jeff Calhoun to Direct Holy Cross Sucks! at Ars Nova
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 2, 2005
Jeff Calhoun Jeff Calhoun, who directed the Broadway productions of Brooklyn: The Musical, Big River, and Grease!, is heading Off-Off-Broadway. ...
American Buffalo
By Sandy MacDonald · Aug 2, 2005
Chris Noth is the big reason to see BTF's revival of David Mamet's play about petty criminals.