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Power Up!
By Peter Filichia · Jul 8, 2003
Filichia lists the 30 most powerful people (and other beings) in the world of musical theater.
MCC Announces 2003-2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Jul 8, 2003
Neil LaBute MCC (Manhattan Class Company) has announced its slate of productions for 2003-2004. The season will begin with the world premiere of Eric Coble's Brig
Touched by an Angel
By Gerard Raymond · Jul 8, 2003
Director Deborah Warner talks with Gerard Raymond about her latest endeavor, The Angel Project.
Bonjour, Amour!
By Matthew Murray · Jul 7, 2003
Matthew Murray reviews the cast recording of Amour, the best thing France has done for America in ages.
Lincoln Center Theater Completes Casting for Henry IV
By Matthew Murray · Jul 7, 2003
Richard Easton Lincoln Center Theater has just announced full casting for its upcoming production of Henry IV at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre. Richard Easton, ...
Actor Buddy Ebsen Dies at 95
By Matthew Murray · Jul 7, 2003
Buddy Ebsen Buddy Ebsen, the stage, television, and film star best known for his role as Jed Clampett on the 1960s television series The Beverly Hillbillies, ...
Is the Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty?
By Peter Filichia · Jul 6, 2003
A New Jersey production of The Glass Menagerie causes Filichia to reflect on his first experience of the play.
Stratford and Shaw Festivals
By Perry Tannenbaum · Jul 4, 2003
Jonathon Goad and Nazneen Contractorin The Adventures of Pericles Sampling the summer theater festivals of ...
The Crossroads of Cabaret, Musical Theater, and Jazz
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 4, 2003
The Siegels thrill to a performance by Bill Charlap and Sandy Stewart in the Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel.
Grand Larson-y
By Peter Filichia · Jul 3, 2003
Years after Brownstone made its New York debut, composer Peter Larson finally gets his musical recorded.