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Top 10 Tips for Tourists
By Craig Coursey · May 23, 2005
Here's some advice for folks who want to fit in, rather than stand out, when visiting NYC.
Broadway University's Final Exam for 2005
By Peter Filichia · May 23, 2005
The use of Yiddish in musical theater songs is the subject of the latest exam from Professor Filchia.
2005 Drama Desk Awards Presented
By Matthew Murray · May 22, 2005
Brían F. O'Byrne and Cherry Jones in Doubt(Photo © Joan Marcus) The 50th annual Drama Desk Awards ceremony, hosted by Harvey Fierstein, was held on
The Capital Mall
By Adam Klasfeld · May 20, 2005
Promo art for Capital Mall The Capital Mall, a rock-opera about a group of twenty-somethings entering the corporate world, tries to be an Everyman ...
By Dan Bacalzo · May 20, 2005
James Van Treuren and Mark Baker in Trolls (Photo © Carol Rosegg) I'll admit that I went into Trolls with fairly low expec
Butz and d'Amboise to Receive TDF/Astaire Awards
By Adam Klasfeld · May 20, 2005
The winners of the 2005 TDF/Astaire Awards, presented annually for the "Best Dance on Broadway," have been named by the TDF/Astaire Awards committee and announced by the awards ...
Rachel York Joins Cast of Paper Mill's Ragtime
By Dan Bacalzo · May 20, 2005
Rachel York (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) It has just been announced that Rachel York has joined the cast of the upcoming production of Ragtime at the Paper
Mostly Forgettable
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 20, 2005
Dianne Wiest almost saves Memory House. Plus: An Israeli author-actor knocks on wood, and B.J. Ward pays tribute to lyricist Marshall Barer.
Hardly Rotten
By Peter Filichia · May 20, 2005
Filichia just can't seem to get David Yazbek's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels score out of his head.
Miss Julie
By Dan Bacalzo · May 20, 2005
Anders Cato's staging of this Strindberg classic makes the sexuality of the piece overt, yet there's less passion here than might be expected.