NEW YORK CITY
NEWS AND REVIEWS


Latest News

Pushing the Envelope
By Charles Wright · Jan 8, 2004
Charles Wright reviews a new anthology of 20th century "gay plays" and a new book on the Off-Off-Broadway movement of the 1960s.
Hell is for Heroes
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 8, 2004
Barbara & Scott tell Nothing But the Truth about John Kani and shake the blues away with Maude Maggart at the Oak Room.
Tony Administration Committee Announces Eligibility Rulings for Fall Shows
By Matthew Murray · Jan 8, 2004
The 24-member Tony Awards Administration Committee met today to discuss eligibility for shows that opened in the first half of the 2003-2004 Broadway season, and the eligibility ...
Yogi Will Empty Out His Locker on January 19
By Matthew Murray · Jan 8, 2004
Ben Gazzara in Nobody Don't Like Yogi(Photo © Alex Ottaviano) Nobody Don't Like Yogi, Thomas Lysaght's play about the legendary baseball player and
Raúl Esparza and F. Murray Abraham Added to 2004 Nightlife Awards Concert Lineup
By Seth Christenfeld · Jan 8, 2004
Raúl Esparza at a press preview of Taboo (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Raúl Esparza and F. Murray Abraham have been added to the lineup of star
Page 73 Productions Offers Playwriting Fellowship
By Seth Christenfeld · Jan 8, 2004
Application guidelines for Page 73 Productions' 2004-2005 playwriting fellowship are now available on line. The fellowship makes a year-long commitment to a single playwright by ...
Tony Winner Viola Davis to Star in Roundabout's Apparel
By Seth Christenfeld · Jan 8, 2004
Viola Davis in King Hedley II Photo © Joan Marcus The Roundabout Theatre Company will present Viola Davis as Esther in the New York premiere of Intima
Notes from New York to Play the Donmar Warehouse
By Matthew Murray · Jan 8, 2004
Debbie Kurup, Paul Spicer,Julie Atherton, and Craig Purnell ofNotes from New York Notes from New York, billed as "the first and only platform for ...
"Nothing But the Truth" Symposium Set for 1/12
By Matthew Murray · Jan 7, 2004
John Kani inNothing But the Truth(Photo © Paul Kolnik) Lincoln Center Theater will a host a symposium titled "Nothing But the Truth: A Conversation About
It'll Run for Years!
By Peter Filichia · Jan 6, 2004
How do Tony-winning musicals stack up in terms of the length of their runs when you include revivals? Filichia crunches the numbers.