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Staged Reading of New Musical Up in the Air Scheduled
By Matthew Murray · Apr 4, 2003
The Musical Mondays Theater Lab, a project of the Broadway Theater Institute, will present a staged reading of Up in the Air, a new musical by Warren Loy and Chris Todd, on ...
Urban Stages to Honors Italian-American Theater Artists
By Matthew Murray · Apr 4, 2003
Dan Lauria Urban Stages, a not-for-profit theatre company dedicated to developing and presenting the work of new, ethnically diverse playwrights, will hold its 19th ...
Luker, Dvorsky, Burns, Geddes, and Reichard Sing in New Voices at Symphony Space, April 21
By Matthew Murray · Apr 4, 2003
Rebecca Luker Theater stars Rebecca Luker, George Dvorsky, Andrea Burns, Jill Geddes, and Daniel Reichard will perform in New Voices II, the second concert of ...
Toni Braxton Joins the Cast of Aida
By Matthew Murray · Apr 4, 2003
Disney Theatrical Productions has announced that Toni Braxton will be assuming the title role in the Broadway production of Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida at ...
How to Succeed in Busy-ness
By Peter Filichia · Apr 4, 2003
Filichia gossips with Tovah Feldshuh, confers with fellow critics, and says 'Bravo!' to Jerry Herman.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
By David Finkle · Apr 4, 2003
Eddie Izzard as Bri in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg(Photo: © Joan Marcus) The cross-dressing stand-up comic Eddie Izzard tells anyone who asks that he's
CUNY TV Celebrates "Women in Theatre" Starting April 4
By Matthew Murray · Apr 3, 2003
Rosemary Harris(Photo © Joan Marcus) CUNY TV, in alliance with the League of Professional Theatre Women, will present a new, 13-part series titled "Women in Thea
Saturn's Wake
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 3, 2003
Deke Weaver and Michael Farkasin a publicity photo for Saturn’s Wake A young boy hatches from a sky blue egg. A magical fish grants three wishes. A red-f
Family Matters
By David Finkle · Apr 3, 2003
A talk with the stars and director of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.
The Yellow Wallpaper
By Lori Fromowitz · Apr 2, 2003
A scene from The Yellow Wallpaper(Photo: Joshua Sliwa) My childhood compulsion to stare obsessively at uneven tile patterns seems less strange now; that quirk ...