Necessary Targets
By David Finkle · Mar 1, 2002 · New York City
Catherine Kellner and Shirley Knight in Necessary Targets(Photo: Joan Marcus) In order to create her startling (and by now phenomenal) ...
Comings and Goings
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 1, 2002 · New York City
Kevin Chamberlinin Dirty Blonde Those who feel that Bernadette Peters is offbeat casting for Mama Rose in Gypsy may be happier to hear that Kevin ...
Bernadette + R&H 4EVR
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 1, 2002 · New York City
As a follow-up to Sondheim, Etc., her stunning tribute to composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, Bernadette Peters goes back to basics and pays homage to the ...
Ma Sherie Amour
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 1, 2002 · New York City
Sherie René Scott in The Last 5 Years(Photo: Joan Marcus) "I don't consider myself a singer; I'm an actor who sings." Sherie René Scott, perched
The Buzz on Butz
By Peter Filichia · Mar 1, 2002 · New York City
Norbert Leo Butz in The Last 5 Years(Photo: Joan Marcus) Saw The Last 5 Years and enjoyed it immensely. Jason Robert Brown has such wonderful ideas for ...
The Aussie and the Scot
There is no shortage of great looking young guys in cabaret right now. Currently engaged in the battle of bone structures, you've got musical theater/TV star John Barrowman at Arci'...
A Closer Dallas/Fort Worth
By Hugh Johnson · Feb 27, 2002 · New York City
South Pacific at The Dallas Theater Center, 1998 Live theater in Dallas has grown far beyond the city limits. Along with its neighbor ...
The Wildhorn Musical Family
By Peter Filichia · Feb 27, 2002 · New York City
Frank Wildhorn So many of them came! That includes the woman who saw Rob Evan do Jekyll & Hyde 521 times. (That's not a typo.) And even though it was 8:21, whi
Rolling Thunder
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 26, 2002 · New York City
Billy Porter It's a particularly scary version of the actor/singer's nightmare: A performer famous for his powerful, wide-ranging, pop tenor develops what sounds ...
By David Finkle · Feb 25, 2002 · New York City
Isiah Whitlock, Jr. and Keith Nobbs in Four [Ed. Note: Adam Klasfeld reviewed Four for TheaterMania during its initial run at the Worth Street Theate

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