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We're Still Hot Closes Prior to Victoria Gotti Joining the Cast
By Dan Bacalzo · May 9, 2005
Promotional Art for We're Still Hot, with Victoria Gotti The Off-Broadway musical We're Still Hot! unexpectedly played its ...
Producer Benjamin Mordecai Dies at 60
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
Benjamin Mordecai III, one of the producers of Brooklyn The Musical and the associate dean of the Yale School of Drama, died on Sunday, May 8 in New Haven, Connecticut after ...
Applegate, Azaria, Clapp, et al. Named as Winners of 2004-2005 Theatre World Awards
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
Christina Applegate(Photo © Jill Greenberg) Sweet Charity star Christina Applegate, Hank Azaria of Monthy Python's Spamalot, and Gordon Clapp of
Ford's Theatre Announces 2005-2006 Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
The 2005-2005 season at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. will consist of Ken Ludwig's farce Leading Ladies, Michael Wilson's adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Ca
2005 Touring Broadway Award Winners Announced
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
Movin' Out, The Graduate, Mamma Mia!, and The Producers are among the winners of the 2005 Touring Broadway Awards (formerly the National Broadway Theatre ...
The Passion of the Crawford
By David Finkle · May 8, 2005
David Finkle appraises John "Lypsinka" Epperson's new show, all about screen queen Joan Crawford.
Come Back, Apple Tree, I Love You
By Peter Filichia · May 8, 2005
With The Apple Tree about to bloom at Encores!, Filichia shares his memories of the original production.
Doubt and Monty Python's Spamalot Head List of Outer Critics Circle Award Winners
By Michael Portantiere · May 8, 2005
The Outer Critics Circle, which honors theatrical excellence on and Off-Broadway, has announced its award winners for the 2004-2005 season. Doubt and Monty Python's Spamalo
It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's...a Car!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 6, 2005
Notes on the Chitty experience, Spamalot without Tim Curry, and Pamela Warrick-Smith's comeback at Helen's Hideaway Room.
Rare Screenings of Porgy and Bess Film to Take Place at Museum of the Moving Image, May 14 & 15
By Michael Portantiere · May 6, 2005
Dorothy Dandridge and Sidney Poitier in Porgy and Bess(PhotoFest) The 1959 film version of George Gershwin's folk opera Porgy and Be