Kenneth Branagh's Labour of Love
Kenneth Branagh, Matthew Lillard,Alessandro Nivola, and Adrian Lesterin Love's Labour's Lost(Photo by Laurie Sparham) In the same way that Carl Sagan brought ...
Joe Fearless
By Josh Godfrey · Jun 19, 2000 · New York City
From Joe Fearless Off-Broadway has been host to a slew of popular, genre-busting shows in recent years, such as De La Guarda and The Bomb-itty of Err
Carol Lawrence Coaxes the Blues Right Out of the Horn
By Lynda Sturner · Jun 19, 2000 · New York City
Carol Lawrence Carol Lawrence achieved theatrical immortality at an early age, as the original Maria in West Side Story. Her other Broadway credits include
Sunny Summery Memories
By Jim Caruso · Jun 19, 2000 · New York City
Well, it's hot time, summer in the city, and I'm very sorry, but I'm not the type to go to "the Island" on weekends, thank you very much. I waited half my life just to get to this
Fanny and Walt
By Jessica Leader · Jun 19, 2000 · New York City
From Fanny and Walt It is always valuable to remember the women behind the famous men, the women whose revolutionary work and ideas preceded those whose name
2000-2001 Tony Awards Nominating Committee Announced
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 19, 2000 · New York City
The administration committee of the American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards has announced the nominating committee for the 2000-2001 Broadway season. New committee members, each begin
A New Executive Director for the O'Neill Theater Center
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 16, 2000 · New York City
Howard Sherman, a Connecticut native with extensive experience in not-for-profit institutional theater, has been named as the next executive director of the Eugene O'Neill Theater ...
Keeping Up with Jones
By Shana Liebman · Jun 15, 2000 · New York City
Sarah Jones Sarah Jones is one busy chic. Just 26, she has already won the Nuyorican Poet's Café 1997 Grand Slam Championship, won HBO's award for best one-p
The Broadway Theatre Archive Donates 300 Tapes to the Museum of Television and Radio
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 15, 2000 · New York City
The Broadway Theatre Archive, dedicated to restoring and disseminating videotapes of TV adaptations of classic Broadway plays, is donating 300 such tapes to the New York City branch ...

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