The (Quebec City) Hills are Alive with the Sound of Music
Erik Truffaz Historically, Quebec City held the key to the conquest of North America. The city is situated on a bluff overlooking the narrowest point of the St. ...
Much Ado About Nothing
By Charles Wright · Jul 13, 2001 · New York City
Lisa Carter, Anthony Cochrane,and Cameron Blairin Much Ado About Nothing(Photo: Ken Howard) The estimable Aquila Theatre Company, a touring ensemble of ...
Living Room Theater
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 12, 2001 · New York City
Lisa Levy does psychotherapy as performance artin her show at the American Living Room Festival(her volunteer here is Veronica) After a ha
UK-KC is A-O.K.
By Dorothy Chansky · Jul 12, 2001 · New York City
Alan Howard and Anna Friel in Lulu(Photo: Ivan Kyncl) The Kennedy Center festival of The Arts of the United Kingdom, abbreviated in ...
The Apple Doesn't Fall...
By Jim Caruso · Jul 12, 2001 · New York City
WHO INSPIRED YOU TO DO THE WORK YOU DO? Nana Visitor Nana Visitor (Roxie Hart in Chicago) "My mother, Nenette Charisse, was a dance ...
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 11, 2001 · New York City
Marian Seldes In past years, the Village Voice OBIE Awards have been a notably raucous, rambling, undisciplined affair, reflecting the downtown sensibilities ...
Drama Desk Highs... And Lows
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 11, 2001 · New York City
Lily Tomlin Each year, the live telecast of the Drama Desk Awards over the cable channel NY 1 arouses mixed emotions. On the one hand, of course, any television ...
Dead Shows Walking
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 11, 2001 · New York City
Janine LaManna and Kevin Chamberlin in Seussical(Photo: Catherine Ashmore) Even as the theater community was celebrating the 2001 Tony Award nominees at a bru
The Grand Tour
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 11, 2001 · New York City
Dame Edna: The Royal Tour Having weathered logistical problems and a conflict with Actors' Equity (since resolved), the National Broadway Theatre Awards will ...
Forbidden Frolics at the Fairbanks
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 11, 2001 · New York City
"I'm really happy that we're moving to a theater," says Forbidden Broadway spoofmeister Gerard Alessandrini of his long-running show's shift to the Douglas Fairbanks after ...

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