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A Damned Exasperating Woman
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 8, 2003
How does the movie version of Hello, Dolly! hold up on DVD? An assessment of Barbra Streisand's most unlikely film.
Will the Kids Pan Peter?
By Peter Filichia · Sep 7, 2003
As the curtain rises on a new production of Peter Pan, Filichia wonders if the play can be enjoyed by today's youth.
Photo/Video File
From Rosie O'Donnell and Boy George hawking Taboo to young hopefuls in search of Fame, we've got the shots -- and the footage.
ATW Announces Big River Seminar
By Matthew Murray · Sep 5, 2003
Tyrone Giordano, Daniel Jenkins, and the companyof Big River(Photo © Joan Marcus) The American Theatre Wing's next "Working in the Theatre" seminar will b
Trumbo
By David Finkle · Sep 4, 2003
Nathan Lane in Trumbo (Photo © Joan Marcus) From 1947, when Dalton Trumbo was blacklisted, until 1960, when actor-producer Kirk Douglas insisted that the
Ready or Not, Here Comes Assassins
By Peter Filichia · Sep 4, 2003
Filichia wonders whether or not Broadway is finally ready for Sondheim and Weidman's controversial Assassins.
Raw Talent
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 4, 2003
Mychelle Colleary breaks out in a new show at The Duplex; the Siegels are there to take note, and to take notes.
Love Letters
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 4, 2003
Phil Geoffrey Bond and Kristy Cates in Love Letters Pick a cast, any cast. No matter which one you choose, A.R. Gurney's Love Letter
Composer/Pianist William Roy Dies at 75
William Roy, a pianist, songwriter, and conductor who wrote the score for the 1953 Broadway musical Maggie, has died at age 75 in Florida, where he had been living for some ...
Len Cariou to Headline Follies Concert in Boston
By Matthew Murray · Sep 3, 2003
Len Cariou Broadway veteran Len Cariou will star in concert performances with full orchestra of the Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman musical Follies to be ...