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Tragedy Tomorrow, Jukebox Tonight!
By Peter Filichia · Jun 10, 2002
From Ballroom to Billy to Buttrio Square, it's obscure showtunes that rock Ed Linderman's jukebox.
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 7, 2002
Hugh Jackman Sold out to the rafters quicker than you can say "clambake," the star-studded Carnegie Hall concert version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel
Thoroughly Enjoyable Millie
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 7, 2002
RCA Victor gives Thoroughly Modern Millie the royal treatment on CD.
The Broadway Musicals of 1964
By Peter Filichia · Jun 7, 2002
From Channing to Lansbury to Streisand, the Broadway musicals of 1964 positively glittered with stars.
47 Minutes of Excellence
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 6, 2002
Character actor William Ryall steps into the spotlight--and the Siegels sure hope he'll stay.
Costume Designer Florence Klotz to Receive 2002 Patricia Zipprodt Award
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 6, 2002
Florence Klotz's costume sketchesfor Pacific Overtures... Florence Klotz, whose Broadway costume design credits include On the Twentieth Century, A L
SELF DEFENSE, or death of some salesmen
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 6, 2002
Lynne McCollough as Jolene Palmer in SELF DEFENSE Carson Kreitzer's new play SELF DEFENSE, or death of some salesmen is the thi
New Art Installation at Times Square Visitors Center Celebrates Dance In New York
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 6, 2002
Jessica Daryl Winer at work on her mural"Curtain Call," which went on display at theTimes Square Visitors Center in 1999 The Times Square Visitors Center wi
Out and About
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 6, 2002
New York theater gets fabulous for Gay Pride Month.
Kathleen Freeman Memorial Tree Flourishes on West 46th Street
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 5, 2002
The beloved character actress Kathleen Freeman died last August but her spirit lives on in the form of a young, beautiful tree on "Restaurant Row" in Manhattan. A