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David and Liza
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 8, 2002
Like the concerts from which it was drawn, Liza Minnelli's new live album has David Gest written all over it.
Amour No More
By Peter Filichia · Nov 7, 2002
Filichia mourns the loss of Amour, a Broadway tuner that possessed a quality so rare these days: charm.
Patty Duke to Join Broadway Cast of Oklahoma!
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 7, 2002
Patty Duke Patty Duke, who won an Academy Award for her recreation of her 1959 Broadway role of Helen Keller in the 1962 film version of William Gibson's The Mirac
Drama Book Shop Announces More Programs for Theater Lovers
By Mike Salinas · Nov 7, 2002
Woodie King, Jr. Some people still think of bookstores as staid and stuffy places where starchy employees enforce codes of silence rivaling the Mafia's, but not so ...
Vinnette Carroll, Groundbreaking Director, Dies at 80
By Mike Salinas · Nov 6, 2002
Vinnette Carroll Vinnette Carroll, the Tony-nominated director of Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope and Your Arms Too Short to Box with God, died in her ...
Kristin Chenoweth's Agent Explains Her Two Upcoming Non-Appearances
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 6, 2002
Kristin Chenoweth(Photo: Michael Portantiere) Her fans must have been disappointed to hear that Kristin Chenoweth will not be bringing her recent American Songbook ...
Scripts Sought for Midtown International Theatre Festival
By Mike Salinas · Nov 6, 2002
The fourth annual Midtown International Theatre Festival (MITF) is eight months away, but playwrights who want to participate only have eight weeks to submit their ...
The Romance of Magno Rubio
By Brooke Pierce · Nov 6, 2002
Orlando Pabotoy in The Romance of Magno Rubio(Photo: Lita Puyat) The Romance of Magno Rubio, Lonnie Carter's adaptation of a ...
It's a New World, Golde
By Peter Filichia · Nov 5, 2002
Dance of the Vampires librettist Michael Kunze talks to Filichia about writing in the modern musical vernacular.
Composer Elmer Bernstein to Attend How Now, Dow Jones at the York
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 5, 2002
Elmer Bernstein Elmer Bernstein, whose credits as a film composer range from Some Came Running to Serpico to The Blues Brothers to Gangs of Ne