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Arthur! Arthur!
By Charles Wright · Jun 14, 2004
Charles Wright looks through a new anthology of non-musical plays by Arthur Laurents, a man who is most famous as a librettist.
Age Is Nothing But a (Too-High) Number
By Peter Filichia · Jun 13, 2004
Age is a touchy subject for some people in the theater, but Filichia tackles it head on.
To Be In (South) Carolina
By Perry Tannenbaum · Jun 13, 2004
At this year's Spoleto Festival USA, theater gained a stronger foothold than ever before.
The Kidney
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 11, 2004
Stephen Brumble, Jr., Teresa L. Goding, Leo Lauer, Carey Crim,and Andrew J. Hoff in The Kidney(Photo © Broken Watch Theatre Company)
Time to Burn
By David Finkle · Jun 11, 2004
James T. Ware and Emily Laochuain Time to Burn(Photo © Rahav Segev) It's not true that Charles L. Mee has a play opening every week; it only seems that wa
Producers' Decision That Avenue Q Will Play Vegas But Won't Tour Creates Firestorm of Controversy
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 11, 2004
Avenue Q(Photo © Carol Rosegg) The controversial decision by the producers of the Tony Award-winning musical Avenue Q that
By David Finkle · Jun 11, 2004
Lloyd Notice and Kathryn Merry in Othello(Photo © Richard Termine) Faced with interpreting William Shakespeare, some directors think they've been handed a
The Imaginary Invalid
By David Finkle · Jun 11, 2004
The Imaginary Invalid(Photo © Claudine Doury) The Comédie-Française troupe has been on view locally only four times
Good as Gold
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 11, 2004
A chat with Rick McKay, director of Broadway: The Golden Age, and a review of the Pizzarelli family's Bossa Nova show at Feinstein's.
Bronson Pinchot to Host Broadway Under the Stars Concert
By Adam Klasfeld · Jun 11, 2004
This year's edition of Broadway Under the Stars, the annual free outdoor concert that showcases the best of Broadway's songbook and stars, is set for Monday June 14, at 8:...