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Guest Who I Saw Today?
By Peter Filichia · Nov 14, 2001 · New York City
Elaine Stritch(Photo: Michal Daniel) While listening to the cast album of She Loves Me, I recalled the first time I ever heard the title song--sung by Barbara ...
Matinees With Nathan?
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 13, 2001 · New York City
Nathan Lane at the 2001 Tony nominees? brunch(Photo: Michael Portantiere) As of this writing, and barring an announcement to the contrary, Nathan Lane is scheduled ...
The Best of Times
By Brooke Pierce · Nov 13, 2001 · New York City
As long as there has been a Broadway, there has been a New York Times reviewer to cover it: making stars, closing shows, heralding trends, and imparting ...
Classy Lassie
By Jim Caruso · Nov 13, 2001 · New York City
The Nualas (l-r): Anne Gildea, Josephine O'Reilly, and Susan Collins (Photo: Marc O. Sullivan) Forget Destiny's Child; I've just met the ...
The Women
By David Finkle · Nov 12, 2001 · New York City
Jennifer Tilly in The Women(Photo: Joan Marcus) Though the saying "It's a jungle out there" was in vogue in the 1990s, the idea had ...
Money Talks
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 12, 2001 · New York City
Paula Pizzi in Where's My Money?(Photo: Joan Marcus) [Ed. Note: Following is a re-edited version of an interview that originally a
Open a New Window... And Then Try Closing It
By Peter Filichia · Nov 12, 2001 · New York City
Finally, over the weekend, I had enough uninterrupted time to spend on Ethan Mordden's new book Open a New Window: The Broadway Musical in the 1960s. Because ...
Three For the Road
Go Mahan New York's cabaret clubs teem with a particularly rich variety of acts in the days and weeks immediately before, during, and after the Cabaret Convention. ...
Noises Off
By Marc Miller · Nov 9, 2001 · New York City
Thomas McCarthy, Patti LuPone,and Robin Weigert in Noises Off (Photo: Joan Marcus) Acting, Noël Coward once said, consists of know
Hello (Again), Polly!
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Nov 9, 2001 · New York City
Polly Bergen For Polly Bergen, an actress of infinite variety, life begins (again) at just past 70. In the 1950s, she ingénued in a few Martin and Lewis flick

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