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Ellen Schiff to Lecture on American Jewish Theater at Drama Book Shop
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 26, 2004
Ellen Schiff, editor of the critical anthology Awake and Singing, will give a talk on the heritage of American Jewish theater on Tuesday, September 14 as part of the "Plays ...
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 25, 2004
Brian Scott Lipton chats with John Cullum, keeps tabs on Norm Lewis, and looks forward to some Joe's Pub shows featuring Broadway faves.
The Shakespeare Society to Honor Michael Kahn
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 25, 2004
The Shakespeare Society will honor Michael Kahn, director of the drama division of the Juilliard School and artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., with ...
I Am My Own Wife to Close on October 31
By Matthew Murray · Aug 25, 2004
Jefferson Mays inI Am My Own Wife(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Doug Wright's I Am My Own Wife, the play that won the 2004 Pulitz
FringeNYC Roundup #4
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 25, 2004
Eric Bernat and Robin Carrigan in Jesus and Mandy Jesus and Mandy Jesus and Mandy is a delightfully original new comedy ...
Here's Charley -- On Film
By Peter Filichia · Aug 25, 2004
Filichia watches and reports on the elusive film version of Where's Charley?
Waiting for Righty
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 24, 2004
A look at some of the left-leaning shows that will be playing in NYC during the RNC.
The Duchess of York
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 24, 2004
Susannah York is Shakespeare's girlfriend. Plus: the Siegels on the Fringe shows Granola!, Andru's Head, and Patriot Acts.
Broadway's Sly Fox to Close This Sunday
By Matthew Murray · Aug 23, 2004
It has just been announced that the current Broadway revival of Larry Gelbart's Sly Fox will close following the matinee performance on Sunday, August 29, having played ...
The Tattooed Actor
By David Finkle · Aug 23, 2004
When an actor's body art recently needled David Finkle, our scribe started wondering how tattoos affect stage performers' careers.