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Alan King, Actor and Comedian, Dies at 76
By Matthew Murray · May 10, 2004
Alan King(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Stage and screen actor and comedian Alan King died of lung cancer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan o
Booking for Two
By Peter Filichia · May 10, 2004
How might the history of the Tony Awards have been different if there were two categories for Best Book of a Musical?
2004 Tony Award Nominations Announced
Jane Krakowski(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The nominations for the 2004 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards were announced this morning at the Hudson Theatre. Among
Frayn's Democracy to Open on Broadway in November
By Matthew Murray · May 9, 2004
Michael Frayn The Royal National Theatre of Great Britain's production of Michael Frayn's Democracy, directed by Tony winner Michael Blakemore, will transfer ...
First You're Born
By David Finkle · May 7, 2004
Phoebe Ventouras and Hanna Cheek in First You're Born(Photo © Aaron Epstein) In the pink apartment shared by Pis (pronounced "Piss
Bye Bye Birdie
By Marc Miller · May 7, 2004
Daniel Jenkins and Karen Ziemba in Bye Bye Birdie(Photo © Joan Marcus) Bye Bye Birdie is one of the last of its breed: a mu
Not Gone and Not Forgotten
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 7, 2004
The Normal Heart remains an explosive play; Margaret Curry exhibits great potential in her cabaret debut at The Duplex.
Peter's Digest
By Peter Filichia · May 7, 2004
At the office, Filichia searches for recent theater-related books.
The Distance From Here
By David Finkle · May 7, 2004
Logan Marshall-Green and Mark Webberin The Distance From Here(Photo © Dixie Sheridan) In the published version of The Distance ...
Giuliani Time
By Gerard Raymond · May 6, 2004
Playwright Christopher Shinn takes a long, hard look at life in NYC circa 2001 in his latest play, Where Do We Live.