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Barbara Cook's Broadway
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 29, 2004 · New York City
Barbara Cook(Photo © Rahav/Cosi) In reviewing Barbara Cook's most recent recording, a Christmas album released in the fall of 2003, I commented that this beloved
Ears on a Beatle
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 29, 2004 · New York City
Dan Lauria and Bill Dawes in Ears on a Beatle(Photo © Carol Rosegg) "Don't personalize." That's the cardinal rule of the FBI, at l
Broadway's Best Beth
By Peter Filichia · Mar 28, 2004 · New York City
Beth Fowler You know who I'd love to see get a Tony nomination? Beth Fowler, for her sensitive portrayal of Peter Allen's mother in The Boy from Oz. Not that ...
Waiting for Godot
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 26, 2004 · New York City
Entering the West Side Presbyterian Church to attend the York Shakespeare Company's production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, one recalls the Irish playwright's ...
Pardon My English
By David Finkle · Mar 26, 2004 · New York City
Jennifer Laura Thompson andBrian d'Arcy James in Pardon My English(Photo © Joan Marcus) Don't expect much from me in the way of illumination about the plo
A Majestic Memorial Service for Uta Hagen
By Michael Buckley · Mar 26, 2004 · New York City
Uta Hagen Friends and colleagues gathered at the Majestic Theatre yesterday to pay tribute to the late, great actress and teacher Uta Hagen. Among them were director ...
In Old Santa Fe
Steve Blanchard and Judy McLane in Johnny Guitar(Photo © Joan Marcus) Much is being made of the fact that the new musical Johnny Guitar is based o
Twentieth Century
By David Finkle · Mar 26, 2004 · New York City
Alec Baldwin and Anne Hechein Twentieth Century(Photo © Joan Marcus) Alec Baldwin is channeling John Barrymore and Richard Burton these days. Anne Heche
The Way We Were (and the Prices We Paid)
By Peter Filichia · Mar 26, 2004 · New York City
In response to my tale of searching and searching through most of the '60s and quite a bit of the '70s before finally finding the long-playing record of Flahooley
Dracula, The Musical to Open on Broadway in August 2004
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 25, 2004 · New York City
It has just been officially announced that Dracula, The Musical will open at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street, east of Broadway) on August 5, with previews set to ...