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A Majestic Memorial Service for Uta Hagen
By Michael Buckley · Mar 26, 2004
Uta Hagen Friends and colleagues gathered at the Majestic Theatre yesterday to pay tribute to the late, great actress and teacher Uta Hagen. Among them were director ...
In Old Santa Fe
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 26, 2004
Barbara & Scott like Johnny Guitar quite a lot but think less of More -- and they adore the Callaway sisters' show at Feinstein's
Twentieth Century
By David Finkle · Mar 26, 2004
Alec Baldwin and Anne Hechein Twentieth Century(Photo © Joan Marcus) Alec Baldwin is channeling John Barrymore and Richard Burton these days. Anne Heche
The Way We Were (and the Prices We Paid)
By Peter Filichia · Mar 26, 2004
Filichia reads your e-mails about tough cast recording finds and recollects what he paid for LPs back in the day.
Dracula, The Musical to Open on Broadway in August 2004
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 25, 2004
It has just been officially announced that Dracula, The Musical will open at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street, east of Broadway) on August 5, with previews set to ...
2004 Easter Bonnet Competition Set for April 19 and 20
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 25, 2004
Hairspray's 2003 Easter Bonnet (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS has announced that its 17th annual Easter Bonnet Competiti
Esbjornson Takes Over Direction of The Normal Heart
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 25, 2004
It has just been announced that Jeff Cohen, artistic director of the Worth Street Theater Company, is ceding direction of the company's revival of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 24, 2004
Dan Lauria is all Ears, Carolee Carmello is making a Baby, and Mercedes Ruehl will soon have A View From the Bridge.
Julie Wilson to Inaugurate The Hideaway Room on April 2
By Matthew Murray · Mar 24, 2004
Julie Wilson(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Cabaret legend Julie Wilson will open Manhattan's newest cabaret venue, The Hideaway Room @ Helen's (169 Eighth Avenue
Benvenuto, Cellini!
By Marc Miller · Mar 24, 2004
It's grand to have Kurt Weill's The Firebrand of Florence complete on CD, but the casting is haphazard and the work itself quite strange.