As Long As We Both Shall Laugh
By Matthew Murray · Apr 8, 2003 · New York City
As Long As We Both Shall Laugh(Photo © Jean-Marie Guyaux) Although he first came to popularity in America in the waning years of the Cold War, Yakov Smirn
Pulitzer Prize Awarded to Nilo Cruz for Anna in the Tropics
Nilo Cruz It has just been announced that author Nilo Cruz is the winner of the the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play Anna in the Tropics. ...
Melting Pot Theater Company to Honor Bock and Harnick
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2003 · New York City
Bock & Harnick The Melting Pot Theater Company has announced a gala benefit dinner and concert titled Tonight at Eight: A Celebration of the Musicals of Bock & Har
Success of Chicago Film Continues to Spark Business for the Broadway Revival
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2003 · New York City
Although it has been running since November 14, 1996, the Broadway revival of Chicago is doing razzle-dazzle business at the box office. According to ...
Musical Theatre West Announces Its 2003-2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2003 · New York City
Musical Theatre West of Long Beach, California has announced the schedule for its 2003-2004 season, the theater's 51st. The season will kick off with La Cage aux
The Women of Lockerbie
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 7, 2003 · New York City
Larry Pine and Judith Ivey in The Women of Lockerbie(Photo: Carol Rosegg) The Women of Lockerbie, Deborah Brevoort's new play ...
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2003 · New York City
How to handle a woman:Brent Barrett and Glory Crampton in Camelot(Photo: © Jerry Dalia) Any new production of the 1960 Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Talking Heads
By David Finkle · Apr 6, 2003 · New York City
Lynn Redgrave in "Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet"(Photo: © Carol Rosegg) All the lonely people, where do they all come from? When the Beatles were singing
What's in a First Name?
By Peter Filichia · Apr 6, 2003 · New York City
Multitudes of Lucys:Lucille Ball So I see that comic Wanda Sykes has a new TV show called Wanda at Large, in which she plays a character named Wanda Hawkins. ...
One Hand, One Heart, One Masterpiece
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 5, 2003 · New York City
To say that the greatest Broadway musicals don't always receive worthy Hollywood film transfers would be the understatement of the millennium. After all, for every

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