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All Over the Map
By Adam Klasfeld, Dan Bacalzo · Mar 15, 2005
Judith Malina on A Day in the Life of the City in Boston. Plus: The Bells in Princeton and The Stopover in Toronto.
Ferguson, Knowlton, and Aulisi to Read From Plays and Playwrights
By Matthew Murray · Mar 15, 2005
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Sara Knowlton, and Arthur Aulisi are among the performers set to participate in a reading from the newly published Plays and Playwrights 200
Cook, Mitchell, Stritch, et al. to Perform in Kennedy Center Gala on April 17
By Matthew Murray · Mar 15, 2005
Barbara Cook, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Elaine Stritch(Photos © Joseph Marzullo) Musical theater stars Barbara Cook, Brian Stokes Mitche
Tom Dillon, Longtime President of The Actors' Fund, Dies at 86
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 15, 2005
Tom Dillon Tom Dillon, longtime president of The Actors' Fund of America and a veteran performer, died on Monday, March 14 of natural causes at The Actors' Fund home ...
Uneasily Assimilated
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 15, 2005
The return of Candide and the emergence of The God Botherers. Plus: Tierney Sutton brings jazz to The Oak Room
Applications Sought for "Marymount at the York" Musical Theater Intensive
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 14, 2005
The second annual musical theater intensive "Marymount at the York Theatre" will be held from May 23 through June 27 at the York Theatre at Citigroup Center (619 Lexington Avenue at ...
McGovern to Star in National Tour of Little Women
By Matthew Murray · Mar 14, 2005
Maureen McGovern in Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) Maureen McGovern, who plays Marmee in the Broadway production of the new musical Little Women
Bourne in the U.S.A.
By Gerard Raymond · Mar 14, 2005
Matthew Bourne discusses his Play Without Words, now on view at BAM.
Sweet Charity Star Applegate is Sidelined; d'Amboise to Open Show on Broadway; LaManna and DaCosta Replace Diaz and Sandy
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 14, 2005
Christina Applegate in rehearsalfor Sweet Charity(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) It has been announced that Christina Applegate, the star of the new Broadway bo
Between Worlds
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 14, 2005
This somewhat derivative production of the Chekhov Theatre Ensemble is flawed, but it contains enough worthwhile elements to be intriguing.