From Homebody to Homeboy
By Charles Nelson · Apr 11, 2002 · New York City
Tony Kushner To date, Tony Kushner has been very much the Teflon playwright: Nothing really personal sticks to his plays. From the two-part, Tony-winning Angels in
Lillias White: Oh, What a Beautiful Evenin'
Lillias White Musical theater star Lillias White has been performing in cabaret for several years with mixed results. Her earlier shows at Arci's Place and Joe's Pub,...
A Guy Flick
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 11, 2002 · New York City
The Guys, here with Sigourney Weaver and Bill Murray... When The Guys first opened as a workshop production at the Flea Theater ...
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 10, 2002 · New York City
I feel pretty: Donna Murphy as Helen (Photo: Andrew Kist) It's a big day for Helen of Troy...and a lousy one. After spending 17 years all alone in a hotel roo
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 10, 2002 · New York City
Karen Kendal and Anthony Mackie in Talk (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Classical allusions and spirited dialogue are front and center in Carl Hancock Rux's challenging
A Second Look at Two by Two
By Peter Filichia · Apr 10, 2002 · New York City
Saturday night, September 26, 1970 at the Shubert in New Haven. I'm fifth-row center, next to Arthur Miller. He's here because his sister Joan Copeland is in this
Actors' Equity and Theater League Battle Again Over National Broadway Touring Awards
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 9, 2002 · New York City
The NBTA Star Award Once again, Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers find themselves in a tussle over the National Broadway ...
Chicago Improv Festival
By Ben Winters · Apr 9, 2002 · New York City
Chicago is the world's capital of improvised comedy, so it's perhaps unsurprising that the Chicago Improv Festival has swelled in a ...
A Closer Look at ... Philadelphia
By Scott Mallinger · Apr 9, 2002 · New York City
The Forrest Theatre(Photo: Ryan W. Mercer) Everyone knows that Philadelphia is the birthplace of the Declaration of ...
This Could Be You!
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 8, 2002 · New York City
Suzan-Lori Parks The 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Drama has been awarded to Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks, it was announced this afternoon. The prize, which ...

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