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Much Ado About David
By Gerard Raymond · Jul 13, 2004
A chat with David Esbjornson, director of The Public Theater production of Much Ado About Nothing in Central Park.
Strike Apparently Averted as League and Equity Reach Tentative Agreement; Ratification Pending
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004
According to a joint statement issued late this afternoon, "Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers...have reached a tentative agreement on a ...
Bark It Here!
The stars turn out to offer dogs and cats for adoption at the sixth annual Broadway Barks! event in Shubert Alley.
Equity Holds Emergency Meeting to Determine Whether or Not to Strike; Interim Deals Reached With Two Shows
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004
Actors' Equity Association (AEA) is holding an "emergency meeting" today to determine whether its members should begin a strike that would shut down most Broadway productions and, ...
The Frogs: Chris Kattan Out, Roger Bart In
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004
It was announced last evening that Roger Bart will very soon be taking over the role of the slave Xanthias in the Lincoln Center Theater production of The Frogs, which is now ...
De-Lovely vs. Night and Day
By Peter Filichia · Jul 12, 2004
How does the new Cole Porter biopic stack up against the 1946 effort?
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 9, 2004
Martin Sherman's Bent and Christopher Durang's Beyond Therapy are back on stage in NYC. Plus: Here's to the real Cole Porter, not the mock!
Wrestling Porcelain
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 9, 2004
Dechelle Damien, Michelle Diaz, Karly Maurer, and Randi Berry in Wrestling Porcelian (Photo © Richie Fahey) Ever since Marcel Du
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 9, 2004
The mesmerizing Mystery Plays, a new Miss Julie, a dim bulb of a play about tulips, and three worthy cabaret acts.
PBS Will Air Broadway's Lost Treasures II in August
By Matthew Murray · Jul 9, 2004
PBS's Great Performances series will offer another installment of Broadway's Lost Treasures this August. Like its predecessor, the show will feature musical ...