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2005 Nightlife Awards Show Slated for January 31
By Matthew Murray · Dec 1, 2004
Ute Lemper(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The 2005 Nightlife Awards, an evening dedicated to celebrating the best of New York's cabaret, comedy, and jazz, will be
The Oldest Established Permanent Community Theater on Long Island
By Peter Filichia · Nov 30, 2004
Oh, the thinks community theaters can think! Here's the story of a Long Island production of Seussical.
Season's Seatings
By Adam Klasfeld · Nov 30, 2004
Three separate productions of A Christmas Carol, dancing Santas, a Bread & Puppet circus, Hannukah tales with marionettes, and other happenings this holiday season.
Glory, Glory!
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 30, 2004
A starry concert performance of Pippin raises money for The National AIDS Fund.
HERE Presents Culturemart Beginning January 5
By Adam Klasfeld · Nov 30, 2004
HERE Arts Center will present its annual Culturemart festival from January 5 through 16, 2005 on its Main Stage, located at 145 Sixth Avenue in SoHo. The ...
A Tale of a Tiger
By David Finkle · Nov 29, 2004
Ami Dayan in A Tale of a Tiger(Photo © Mike Stillman) One might say that, with his new one-man theater piece, Ami Dayan has grabbe
Brigadoon -- 57 Years Later
By Peter Filichia · Nov 28, 2004
Filichia suggests some improvements for the Lerner and Loewe musical Brigadoon.
The Hasty Heart
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 27, 2004
Keith Nobbs and Emily Donahoe in The Hasty Heart (Photo © Josh Bradford) The Keen Company's mission is to produce what it refers
Belle Epoque
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 27, 2004
Vivienne Benesch and Mark Povinelli in Belle Epoque (Photo © Paul Kolnik) At times sordid, at times sensuous, Belle Epoque is a visual feast. Insp