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The Lepers of Baile Baiste
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 14, 2004
(l-r) Dara Coleman, Zachary Springer and Ciaran Crawford in The Lepers of Baile Baiste. (Photo © Carol Rosegg) "Sin is like lep
Encores! Slates A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Purlie, and The Apple Tree
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 13, 2004
New York City Center has announced the lineup for its 12th season of Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert, as follows: A Tree Grows in BrooklynThis musical ...
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Hugh Jackman gives his final performance in The Boy From Oz, and the 2004 Broadway on Broadway concert fills Times Square with joy.
That Weekend at Niagara When We Hardly Saw the Falls
By Peter Filichia · Sep 12, 2004
Filichia arrives at Niagara-on-the-Lake and prepares to see eight shows in the Shaw Festival.
Dames at Sea
By David Finkle · Sep 12, 2004
Kathleen White and Andy Meyersin Dames at Sea(Photo © Gerry Goodstein) Dames at Sea was written in the '60s, when camp had begun to flourish and th
Fred Ebb, Lyricist of Cabaret and Chicago, Dies
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 12, 2004
Fred Ebb Lyricist Fred Ebb, whose collaboration with composer John Kander yielded the scores for such musicals as Cabaret (1966) and Chicago (1975), ...
Signature Theatre in VA Announces Expansion Campaign
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 10, 2004
The Singature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia has announced a $7 million capital campaign for an expansion project that will include two flexible black box spaces; the county and the ...
Entertaining Mr. Sloane
By David Finkle · Sep 10, 2004
Stephen Weston and Caroline Langford inEntertaining Mr. Sloane(Photo © Jonathan Silver) Nowadays, it's difficult to attend a Joe Orton play -- and perhaps
Johnny One-Note
By Marc Miller · Sep 10, 2004
The cast album of Johnny Guitar reveals a tuneful, clever, and lively score -- but, on CD, a little camp sensibility goes a long way.
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 10, 2004
V.J. John Bantay rules at SBNY's "Musical Mondays" and performer/songwriter Peter Yawitz revels at Don't Tell Mama. Also: What's up with the replacement casting of Broadway shows lately?