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Choice Music on Music Choice
By Peter Filichia · Jul 8, 2004 · New York City
Time-Warner Cable sent me a letter saying that my cable box was about to become obsolete and that I'd have to get a new one. I did and found that now I get the ...
All Over the Map
Kevin Lind and Gabe Goodman in Seussical(Photo © John Billings) "If I can speak quite frankly, there's been a lot written about this show," says Stephen F
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 8, 2004 · New York City
Bernadette Peters(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) PETERS'S PET CAUSE Forget what Michael Riedel thinks: Bernadette Peters doesn't let a little sneezing stop her. Althou
Caroline, or Change Announces Open Casting Call for Boys
By Matthew Murray · Jul 7, 2004 · New York City
Anika Noni Rose, Marcus Carl Franklin, Harrison Chad,and Leon G. Thomas III in Caroline, or Change(Photo © Michal Daniel) The Broa
"Walkin' Broadway" Audio Tours Begin
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 7, 2004 · New York City
"Walkin' Broadway," an audio tour of theaters and other historically significant sites in the Times Square area, officially debuts this month. Supplied with an MP3 ...
Dead Letter Office
By Peter Filichia · Jul 6, 2004 · New York City
William Atherton in Address Unknown(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Believe it or not, I try very hard to know as little as possible about a play before I see it. T
The British Invasion
Richard Dormer in Hurricane (Photo © Betting that the Upper East Side, long-starved for important Off-B
Thumbing through the Oxford Companion to American Theatre
By Peter Filichia · Jul 5, 2004 · New York City
George Abbott Had a nice quiet holiday weekend by doing nothing at all. Spent Friday perusing the 681-page third edition of The Oxford Companion to American Theatr
Touch the Names
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 2, 2004 · New York City
Charles Weldon in Touch the Names Letters written to the dead have limited dramatic potential. Since there's no possibility that the person being addressed ...
Postcards From the Edge
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 2, 2004 · New York City
The 2004 Midtown International Theatre Festival is just around the corner, but no one has the time and/or energy to see all of the shows....