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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Rex
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 14, 2001 · New York City
Rex Smith Judging even by Broadway standards, Rex Smith has had one heck of an interesting life and career; few singers, after all, can boast of having rocked with ...
Soon It's Gonna Close?
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 13, 2001 · New York City
The Fantasticks When a closing announcement for The Fantasticks was recently made and then rescinded, the more cynical among us guessed that this was ...
The Seagull
By David Finkle · Aug 13, 2001 · New York City
The Seagull(Photo: Michal Daniel) Mike Nichols and Meryl Streep have proved in films that they're a formidable team. He directed her somber performance in
Billy the Kid and No Mother to Guide Her
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 11, 2001 · New York City
The cast of No Mother to Guide Her (Photo: Marizio Bacci) Nineteenth century American melodrama is hardly standard fare for today'
Calling All Cattle... and Lions and Nubians
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 10, 2001 · New York City
The Lion King Get out your lion mask and your Nubian drag, Frances! Open auditions -- i.e., anybody can attend, regardless of union affiliation or lack of ...
The Madness of Angela LaGreca
Angela LaGreca It would be madness for anyone to miss Angela LaGreca's Monday Nite Madness, because the series offers the opportunity to see a great many ...
Black Theatre Family Holds Biannual Reunion
By Linda Armstrong · Aug 10, 2001 · New York City
The Jackie Wilson Story When the 12th biannual National Black Theater Festival came to Winston-Salem, July 30-August 4, it was as much ...
If You Ever Leave Me...
Joe Bologna and Renée Taylor inIf You Ever Leave Me, I'm Going With You(Photo: Joan Marcus) Arthur Miller it ain't. If You Ever Leave Me, I'm Going W
Eric McCormack Takes on Donna McKechnie (and Barry Singer) in the Letters Pages of The New York Times.
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 7, 2001 · New York City
Eric McCormack Well, everybody is talking about the letter from Eric McCormack that was printed in the Arts & Leisure section of this past Sunday's New York
Me and Juliette
By Charles Nelson · Aug 7, 2001 · New York City
Juliette Binoche in Betrayal(Photo: Joan Marcus) LULU LOST? While Juliette Binoche was spending time in this country, winning nominations for the Osc

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