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Of Mice and Men
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 19, 2003
K. Winston Osgood and John Toppingin Of Mice and Men(Photo: Nick Andrews) In the press release for Mid West Side Productions' Of Mice and Men, director ...
A Good Hair Day
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 18, 2003
The Broadway smash Hairspray hits the shelves this week in the form of a beautiful new companion book to the musical.
The 17th Annual MAC Awards Got it Right
The Siegels give a full report on the 2003 MAC Awards, the annual event in which the stars and soon-to-be-stars of cabaret are honored.
Avenue Q to Transfer to Broadway's Golden Theatre
By Matthew Murray · Apr 18, 2003
Princeton, John Tartaglia, Ann Harada, Nicky, Jen Barnhart,and Rick Lyon in Avenue Q (Photo: © Carol Rosegg) It has just been an
Drama Book Shop "Playwrights & Performers" Series Hosts Edward Albee, May 16
By Matthew Murray · Apr 18, 2003
Edward Albee(Photo: © Joseph Marzullo) Edward Albee, winner of three Pulitzer Prizes for Drama and recipient of the 2002 Tony Award for Best Play for The Goa...
Frankly Frank
By Peter Filichia · Apr 17, 2003
Filichia chats with Frank Vlastnik, the Snail with the Mail in the kiddie favorite, A Year with Frog and Toad.
Chita Rivera to Host 48th Annual Drama Desk Awards; TheaterMania Will Webcast the Event
By Matthew Murray · Apr 17, 2003
Chita Rivera(Photo: © Joseph Marzullo) The Drama Desk, which celebrates excellence in Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway theater through its annual awa
Never Gonna Dance to Dance Past Los Angeles for Now and Open on Broadway in Fall 2003
By Matthew Murray · Apr 16, 2003
It has just been announced that Never Gonna Dance, a new musical featuring song classics by Jerome Kern and a book by Jeffrey Hatcher, will be bypassing its originally ...
The Busking Bonanza, a Free Summer Theater Preview, Is Now Accepting Applications From Theater Companies
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 16, 2003
The Busking Bonanza, a summer festival that offers free previews of Off-Off Broadway productions running June through August, is currently accepting applications ...
By Philip Hopkins · Apr 16, 2003
Clurman The principles that Harold Clurman ardently espoused have not been fully absorbed by the American theater over the past 60 years. Three of the most ...