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A Last-Minute Reprieve: Urban Cowboy to Continue Performances
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 29, 2003
Matt Cavenaugh and Jenn Colella in Urban Cowboy(Photo: © Paul Kolnik) In a bit of Broadway drama that may well be unprecedented, i
Urban Cowboy, Underfinanced and Unloved, to Close After Four Performances
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 28, 2003
Matt Cavenaugh (foreground) in Urban Cowboy(Photo: © Paul Kolnik) The new Broadway musical Urban Cowboy will close at the Broadhurst Theatre follow
I Got the Show Right Here
By Charles Wright · Mar 28, 2003
Charles Wright reviews Cy Feuer's new memoir, which is full of anecdotes about such hits as Guys and Dolls and Can-Can.
The Miracle Worker Cancels Broadway Engagement
By Matthew Murray · Mar 28, 2003
Hilary Swank Lead producer Barry Weissler has just announced that the revival of William Gibson's The Miracle Worker will suspend performances after it ...
Avenue Q Extends at the Vineyard Through April 27
By Matthew Murray · Mar 28, 2003
Princeton, John Tartaglia, Ann Harada, Nicky,Jen Barnhart, and Rick Lyon in Avenue Q(Photo © Carol Rosegg) It has been announced t
Drama League Awards to be Presented on May 9
By Matthew Murray · Mar 28, 2003
Harvey Fierstein(Photo: © Joseph Marzullo) The first awards of the season, the Drama League Awards, will be presented during a luncheon on Friday, May 9 at the G
Philip Bosco, Harriet Harris, and David Hyde Pierce to Perform With NY Philharmonic
By Matthew Murray · Mar 28, 2003
Philip Bosco Actors Philip Bosco, Harriet Harris, and David Hyde Pierce will be making their New York Philharmonic debuts in upcoming concert performances of ...
The State of the Art
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 28, 2003
With the closing of Judy's Chelsea, the Siegels issue a health report on cabaret life in New York City and offer some suggestions.
The New Moon
By Marc Miller · Mar 28, 2003
Rodney Gilfry and Christiane Noll in The New Moon(Photo: © Joan Marcus) The New Moon inhabits a parallel universe where no
If It Weren't For Broadway Plays...
By Peter Filichia · Mar 28, 2003
From "Alfie" to The Odd Couple theme, movie versions of plays have given us some great tunes.