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Urban Stages
By Charles Wright · Aug 23, 2004
Charles Wright reviews Mary C. Henderson's fascinating new book The City and the Theatre: The History of New York Playhouses.
The Other Mr. Karp
By Peter Filichia · Aug 22, 2004
We've all heard of the Karp that tormented Diana Morales in acting class, but here's another you should know.
The Loves of Shakespeare's Women
By David Finkle · Aug 20, 2004
Susannah York inThe Loves of Shakespeare's Women(Photo © Roger Llewellyn) When Susannah York was introduced to movie audiences in The Greengage Summer
Keep Movin'
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 20, 2004
Barbara and Scott check in on Movin' Out, attend The Day Emily Married, and go to the movies with Scott Coulter.
Show Stoppers! Concert at Avery Fisher to Benefit GMHC
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 20, 2004
A one-night only, all-star concert titled Show Stoppers! A Salute to The Best Of Broadway will take place at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall on Monday, October 25, ...
League Offers Discounts on Broadway Tickets for Performances During the RNC
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 20, 2004
You don't have to wear a "Peaceful Political Activist" button to receive discounts on Broadway shows during the Republican National Convention. Beginning today, the League of ...
Film and Stage Composer Elmer Bernstein Dies at 82
By Matthew Murray · Aug 20, 2004
Elmer Bernstein Composer Elmer Bernstein, whose credits include the films The Magnificent Seven, The Ten Commandments, To Kill a Mockingbird, ...
I Wish to Go to the Festival
By Peter Filichia · Aug 19, 2004
Filichia never thought the New York Musical Theatre Festival would happen, but Kris Stewart and Elizabeth Lucas proved him wrong.
FringeNYC Roundup #2
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 19, 2004
Ian Pfister (front) and Zack Calhoon (back) in You'll Have Had Your Hole You'll Have Had Your Hole Most people know of Irvine
Dracula, the Musical
By David Finkle · Aug 19, 2004
Tom Hewitt and Melissa Errico inDracula, the Musical(Photo © Joan Marcus) A Bram Stoker fan might wonder how the prolific author, once a drama critic for