Latest News

Dudu, Do What You Done, Done, Done Before!
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 1, 2002
Dudu Fisher, a former Jean Valjean, returns to NYC in a new one-man show.
Memorial for Betsy Friday, Performer Turned Producer, to be Held on October 3
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 1, 2002
Betsy Friday On Thursday, October 3 at 2pm, family, friends, and colleagues will gather at the Broadhurst Theatre to celebrate the life of Betsy Friday. A Broadway ...
Jolson & Company
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 1, 2002
Stephen Mo Hanan is Al Jolson(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Al Jolson was called "The World's Greatest Entertainer." He was not the world's greatest singer, actor, dancer, ...
Tenth Anniversary Broadway Cast Reunion Concert of The Who's Tommy Planned for Spring 2003
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 1, 2002
Last night's thrilling presentation of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along in NYC wasn't the first original Broadway cast reunion concert, and it won't ...
Move Over, Hollywood! Broadway Will Soon Have Its Own Walk of Fame
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 30, 2002
Carol Channing Arlene Dahl, an M-G-M star who was one of the first actresses to make her mark on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1952, is now keen on making sure that ...
Theater on the Tube
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 30, 2002
The stage comes to the small screen via regular programming and special presentations.
Happy Days
By David Finkle · Sep 30, 2002
Happy Days Joyce Aaron, who has devoted her acting and teaching career to avant-garde theater, is currently adding her name to another distinguished list: ...
Beween Iraq and a Hard Place
By Philip Hopkins · Sep 30, 2002
Jill Turnbow: Iraq on! Timely isn't the word for comedian Jill Turnbow's one-woman show at The Producers Club. Detailing her experiences entertaining troops on the ...
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?
By David Finkle · Sep 30, 2002
"Bad husband! Baaaaaaaad!" Sally Field and Bill Irwin in The Goat (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Proving that not only one set of ac
Naked Angels Theater Company Begins New Reading Series
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 30, 2002
David Strathairn On October 7, the Naked Angels Theater Company will begin a new reading series with a free public reading of Graham Gordy's latest play, The Disci