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Fantasy Man
By Michael Buckley · Oct 18, 2002
Malcolm Gets walks through walls in Michel Legrand's Amour.
Bring on the Men!
By Peter Filichia · Oct 17, 2002
With the opening of Mart Crowley's The Men From the Boys in San Francisco nearing, Filichia muses on the relevance of the play's precursor, The Boys in the Band.
Flower Drum Song
By David Finkle · Oct 17, 2002
Lea Salonga in Flower Drum Song(Photo: Joan Marcus) The original, 1958 production of Flower Drum Song was concerned thematically with respect for ...
Hairspray Stars Host Benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 17, 2002
Marissa Jaret Winokur and Harvey Fiersteinin Hairspray On Sunday, November 10, Harvey Fierstein and Marissa Jaret Winokur of Hairspray will host "Hair ...
Burning Blue
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 16, 2002
Mike Doyle and Matthew Del Negroin Burning Blue (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Tape-recorded voiceovers crackle over the speakers at the beginning of D.M.W. Greer's ea
Merrily We Roll Along Reunion Concert Taped for Musical Theatre Works Archives
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 16, 2002
Stephen Sondheim(Photo: Michael Portantiere) Those who were unable to attend the original Broadway cast reunion concert of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along
You Are Beautiful
By Michael Buckley · Oct 16, 2002
Talented lookers Lea Salonga and José Llana on their starring roles in Flower Drum Song.
Keene Curtis, Tony Award Winner for The Rothschilds, Dies at 79
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 16, 2002
Keene Curtis Actor Keene Curtis, who won a Tony Award in 1971 for playing four roles in the original Broadway production of the Bock and Harnick musical The Rothsc
Broadway, His Way
By Peter Filichia · Oct 15, 2002
In a continuing series of Town Hall concerts produced by Scott Siegel, songs from musicals past -- hits and flops alike -- are showcased.
The Water Coolers
By Philip Hopkins · Oct 15, 2002
The cast of The Water Coolers (Photo: Carol Rosegg) The tribulations of life in the modern workplace lend themselves rather readily to satire, but incisive vi