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Actor-Singer Jason Raize Dies at 28
By Matthew Murray · Feb 9, 2004
Jason Raize It has just been reported that Jason Raize, who originated the role of the adult Simba in the Broadway production of The Lion King, died last week ...
Applications Available for 2004 Princess Grace Awards
By Matthew Murray · Feb 9, 2004
The Princess Grace Foundation-USA has announced that applications are now available for the 2004 Princess Grace Awards in theater and playwriting. Established in 1982, the ...
Larson's Legacy
By Peter Filichia · Feb 8, 2004
A report on the Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation's eighth annual awards luncheon.
The Thing About Men to Close on February 15
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 6, 2004
Ron Bohmer and Marc Kudischin The Thing About Men(Photo © Carol Rosegg) The Thing About Men, the Off-Broadway musical by Jo
In All Kander (and Ebb)
By Jim Caruso · Feb 6, 2004
Jim Caruso asks a host of theater notables to name their favorite song by the unbeatable team of John Kander and Fred Ebb.
Pack It Up, Move It Out
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 6, 2004
Barbara & Scott argue the merits of Suitcase but have no argument about a new jazz club nor about Christine Andreas at the Café Carlyle.
An Evening of Kurt Weill
By Matthew Murray · Feb 6, 2004
Bebe Neuwirth Theater aficionados recognize Kurt Weill as not only one of the 20th century's most versatile composers but also one of its most important. If his ...
They Wrote That?
By David Finkle · Feb 6, 2004
Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, and company in They Wrote That?(Photo © Joan Marcus) Sometime around 1885, American music publishers beg
York Theatre Announces Spring 2004 "Musicals in Mufti"
By Matthew Murray · Feb 6, 2004
Alan Menken(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) The York Theatre Company has announced the three shows that will be presented as part of its spring 2004 "Musicals in Mufti"
Valhalla
By David Finkle · Feb 5, 2004
Jack Willis and Peter Frechette in Valhalla(Photo © Joan Marcus) The first words that Peter Frechette -- wearing Little Lord Fauntleroy gear and a long, w