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Sally Field and Bill Irwin Meet the Press as They Prepare to Step Into The Goat on Broadway
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 9, 2002
Sally Field(Photo: Michael Portantiere) "Here we are, 200-and-some performances later," said Edward Albee, harkening back to the Broadway opening of his latest play, ...
Danny and Sylvia
By Marc Miller · Sep 9, 2002
Brian Childers and Perry Paynein Danny and Syliva: A Love Story(Photo: Christopher O. Banks) There were two Danny Kayes. The one ...
Burn, Baby, Burn!
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 9, 2002
A chat with Lanford Wilson on Burn This and the rest of the Signature Theater season devoted to his plays.
There's No Place Like London
By Peter Filichia · Sep 9, 2002
Filichia wanders the streets of London, looking for his theater fix.
L.A. Reprise! Schedules Special Performance of Merrily We Roll Along with Panaro, DeLaria, and Chamberlin
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 6, 2002
Hugh Panaro For a show that flopped big-time on Broadway more than 20 years ago, Merrily We Roll Along has proven to have an impressive shelf life. The ...
Theater Types to Take Back Times Square With Broadway on Broadway Concert on September 15
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 6, 2002
Folks whose major passion is football will probably be elsewhere when Times Square, recently the site of a massive kick-off celebration of the new NFL season, is ...
Moritat vom Kurt Weill
By Ben Winters · Sep 6, 2002
Foster Hirsch's new book on Kurt Weill is a biography of a tortured genius -- tortured by Bertolt Brecht, anyway.
Tommy Koenig: Saturday Nights Live
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 5, 2002
The Siegels know when to find Tommy Koenig and his comic cohorts at The Duplex.
Take Me Out
By David Finkle · Sep 5, 2002
Daniel Sunjata is up at bat in Take Me Out(Photo: Mark Douet) Baseball has just had a layer of pungent icing slathered on the cake that was last week's ...
Max and Leo Take to the Road
By Peter Filichia · Sep 5, 2002
As the tour of The Producers gets ready to launch, Mel Brooks discusses his earlier theatrical ventures.