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Modigliani
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 24, 2002
William Abadie and Nandana Senin Modigliani (Photo: Robert Castle) "Everyone wants a Van Gogh in their parlor, but nobody wanted Van Gogh." So says one of th
Henry V
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 24, 2002
Brian Lee Huynh and Jason Crowl in Henry V (Photo: Gerry Goodstein) It's not unusual for modern productions to clothe Shakespeare's soldiers in modern milita
Grand Total of $450,000 Raised for BC/EFA at 16th Annual Broadway Flea Market and Auction
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 24, 2002
The figures have been tallied and the results are in: At this past Sunday's Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction, a total of $450,000 was raised to support the ...
The Celebration Cometh: Lineup Announced for Eugene O'Neill Festival in Waterford, CT
By Meredith Lee · Sep 24, 2002
Eugene O'Neill The Eugene O'Neill Celebration adds three venues, two days, and two Pulitzer Prize-winning playwrights to its roster for its 2002 celebration of the ...
Good Things Come in Threes
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 24, 2002
Three's the charm with these three charmers: Martha Lorin, Anna Bergman, and Christine Ebersole.
Golden Days
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 24, 2002
Rick McKay prepares his documentary Broadway: The Golden Age for the film festival circuit.
Actors' Equity Appoints Flora Stamatiades as National Director, Organizing and Special Projects
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 23, 2002
At the Actors' Equity council meeting on September 17, executive director Alan Eisenberg announced that Flora Stamatiades has been named national director of the ...
Director Joan Littlewood Dead at 87
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 23, 2002
Joan Littlewood Joan Littlewood, one of England's most celebrated and controversial stage directors, died in her sleep this past Friday, September 20. She was 87. ...
Amour Interruptus: Two Preview Performances Canceled Due to Scenery Problems
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 23, 2002
Malcolm Gets in Amour It has just been announced that two preview performances of the new Broadway musical Amour at the Music Box Theatre have been ...
You Can Always Count on Him
By Jim Caruso · Sep 23, 2002
Lyricist David Zippel, never at a loss for words, chats with Jim Caruso about the new revue of his songs.