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Eddie Bracken: A Trouper to the End
By Michael Buckley · Nov 18, 2002
Eddie Bracken(Photo: © Michael Portantiere) Following a career of more than 70 years, Eddie Bracken died November 14 in Montclair, New Jersey. He was 87, though
Is Broadway Movin' Out?
By Peter Filichia · Nov 17, 2002
Some people are bothered by the influx of dance, stand-up comedy, and, now, poetry on Broadway -- but not Filichia.
HOLA, MTC Among Governor's Arts Awards Recipients
By Mike Salinas · Nov 15, 2002
Tony Roberts and Linda Lavinin The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife The Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) and the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) wil
No More Kidding Around: The Goat to Exit
By Mike Salinas · Nov 15, 2002
Bill Irwin and Sally Fieldin The Goat(Photo: Carol Rosegg) The Goat had legs, but she can't run much longer. Edward Albee's Tony-winning play will ...
Who Killed Woody Allen?
By Brooke Pierce · Nov 15, 2002
The conceit of Who Killed Woody Allen? is pretty much summed up in the play's title. A gaggle of celebrities have gathered together for the funeral of their ...
Frame 312
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 15, 2002
Frame 312 Ordinary people can keep extraordinary secrets. That's the premise of Keith Reddin's intriguing new play, Frame 312, currently playing at ...
The Researchers
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Nov 15, 2002
Solid musical research makes for highly entertaining shows by Morgan Sills and Carol Shedlin.
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Harvey Fierstein, Dick Latessa, Carol Channing, Russell Simmons, and other celebs appear before the cameras.
How Ridiculous!
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 14, 2002
Dan Bacalzo reviews David Kaufman's new biography of the one-and-only Charles Ludlam.
A Musical About the Unkindest Cut of All
By Peter Filichia · Nov 14, 2002
Musicals Tonight! revives a little-known Rodgers and Hart show about a eunuch, his son, and a woman called Chee-Chee.