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John Lennon's Gargoyle
By Lori Fromowitz · Aug 12, 2003
John Lennon’s Gargoyle Those first few minutes that, in your average play, are needed to engage an audience during its setup are
Judy Speaks
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 12, 2003
Judy Speaks(Photo © David Kniazuk) "Ambivalent" is a fine choice of word to describe my feelings when I heard that Mary Birdsong was going to star in a sh
Rebecca Luker Will Join Broadway's Nine
By Matthew Murray · Aug 11, 2003
Rebecca Luker It has just been announced that Broadway veteran Rebecca Luker will be joining the cast of the Tony-winning revival of Maury Yeston's musical Nine
FringeNYC Roundup #1
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 11, 2003
I love the New York International Fringe Festival. With its concentrated focus on downtown theater, it has a special energy and excitement. Its offers many opportunities to ...
Taking Stock
By Peter Filichia · Aug 10, 2003
Filichia discovers that everyone from "the Merm" to "the Fonz" has appeared in summer stock in Dayton.
Stage and Screen Star Gregory Hines Dead at 57
By Matthew Murray · Aug 10, 2003
Gregory Hines(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Gregory Hines, a well-known actor and dancer who starred on Broadway, on television, and in films, died in Los Angeles
The Beggar's Opera
By Philip Hopkins · Aug 8, 2003
The Beggar’s Opera The Beggar's Opera, John Gay's classic musical farce, received its premiere in London in 1764. Famously utilized as source ma
The Voices of Summer
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 8, 2003
The Siegels enjoy two outstanding young talents, David Colbert and Reagan Stone, in their new shows at Don't Tell Mama.
Shakespeare in the Park -- on Long Island
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 8, 2003
A look at the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival and its "extreme" interpretation of The Taming of the Shrew.
Matt & Ben
By David Finkle · Aug 8, 2003
Mindy Kaling as Ben and Brenda Withers as Matt (Photo © Will Beckton) Anyone wanting to get giggly over Ben Affleck in these post-Gi