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James, Auburn, and Howe are Keen on Benefit
By Matthew Murray · Feb 5, 2003
Brian d'Arcy James(Photo © Michael Portantiere) A benefit for The Keen Company will be held on Monday, February 10. Performers scheduled to appear in A Keen...
CTI Announces "Producing for the Commercial Theater" Intensive, April 25-27
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 5, 2003
The Commercial Theater Institute (CTI) has announced that its 21st Annual three-day intensive program on "Producing for the Commercial Theater" will be held April 25-27 this year ...
2003 TDF/Irene Sharaff Award Recipients Announced
By Matthew Murray · Feb 5, 2003
The Theatre Development Fund (TDF) Costume Collection's advisory committee has announced the recipients of the 2003 TDF/Irene Sharaff Award ...
Opera and Musical Theater Star Jerome Hines Dies at 81
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 5, 2003
Jerome Hines as Mephistophelesin Faust at the Metropolitan Opera(Photo: Louis Mélançon) Jerome Hines, a highly respected operatic bass who also h
Murder in Texas
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 5, 2003
Playwright Johnna Adams discusses the origins of her psychodrama Cockfighters.
Why We Love Original Cast Albums
By Peter Filichia · Feb 5, 2003
Filichia's readers discuss some of the original cast albums they love and why they love them.
Kimberly Akimbo
By Philip Hopkins · Feb 4, 2003
Marylouise Burke in Kimberly Akimbo (Photo: © Joan Marcus) A couple of new plays per season, in rare cases a handful, receive as fine a production as Ma
Old Vic to Name Kevin Spacey as New Artistic Director
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 4, 2003
Kevin Spacey in The Iceman Cometh The London Times reported today that the American film and stage star Kevin Spacey will be named artistic director of ...
The Corn is Brown: Broadway Production of Oklahoma! to Close on February 23
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 4, 2003
Stephen R. Buntrock and Amy Bodnarin Oklahoma!(Photo: Joan Marcus) The Royal National Theatre production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! will close on
Fifth of July
By David Finkle · Feb 3, 2003
Parker Posey and Robert Sean Leonardin Fifth of July (Photo: Rahav Segev/Photopass.com) Lanford Wilson doesn't so much write characters as bring them forward