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Match's Fire Will Go Out on May 23
By Matthew Murray · May 13, 2004
Frank Langella in Match(Photo © Joan Marcus) It has just been announced that the Broadway production of Stephen Belber's new play Match will close
And the Nominees Are...
By Michael Buckley · May 13, 2004
TheaterMania schmoozes with the stars at the 2004 Tony Award nominees' brunch.
Thoroughly Modern Millie Will Close on June 20
By Matthew Murray · May 13, 2004
Susan Egan inThoroughly Modern Millie(Photo © Carol Rosegg) It has been announced that the Broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie, which w
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 12, 2004
Kate Shindle goes all girly for Michael John LaChiusa, Judy Kuhn moves into The House of Mirth, and Euan Morton of Taboo fame is only one of the stars headlining at Joe's Pub this month.
By David Finkle · May 12, 2004
Linda Emond in Homebody/Kabul(Photo © Craig Schwartz) Tony Kushner will tell you that the version of Homebody/Kabul now at BAM is the play's 17th d
Best Plays?
By David Finkle · May 12, 2004
David Finkle pores through The Best Plays Theater Yearbook 2002-2003 and muses on the accuracy of the volume's title.
New York Theater Journalists to Dissect the 2003-2004 Season at Ars Nova
By Adam Klasfeld · May 12, 2004
David Finkle On Sunday, May 23 at 6pm, TheaterMania will host The Season Dissected, a panel discussion of the 2003-2004 theatrical season by prominent NYC ...
Drama Book Shop to Host Book Signing Event for Lucille Lortel Biography
By Adam Klasfeld · May 12, 2004
The Drama Book Shop will host a book signing and talkback with writer Alexis Greene in honor of her recently published biography Lucille Lortel: The Queen of Off-Broadway on ...
John Tartaglia to Headline Benefit for LGBT Youth
By Michael Portantiere · May 12, 2004
John Tartaglia(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Tony Award nominee John Tartaglia, one of the stars of the Broadway musical Avenue Q, will host a gala benefit
Making It at the Drama Book Shop
By Peter Filichia · May 11, 2004
Have you read Making It on Broadway? If you're pursuing a career in theater, Filichia thinks you should.