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A Queer Carol
By Dan Bacalzo · Dec 14, 2001 · New York City
Henry David Clarke and Dan Pintauro in A Queer Carol (Photo: Ron Peaslee) 'Tis the season to be queer. Or, at least that's what it seems like in New York, w
Radie Rides Again!
By Charles Nelson · Dec 14, 2001 · New York City
Tovah Feldshuh Ask anyone and they'll tell you that life with Radie Harris was no musical comedy. But that hasn't stopped her caretaker and majordomo, Peter ...
Two Ladies at Arci's
Baby Jane Dexter Baby Jane Dexter is one of cabaret's grand communicators. She and Andrea Marcovicci (and one doesn't often put those two in the same sentence!) are ...
Candles in the Window, Carols at the Spinet
By Michael Buckley · Dec 14, 2001 · New York City
In the words of Mame Dennis (and Jerry Herman), "We need a little Christmas, right this very minute...." Here, seven current Broadway
Bravo Biltmore!
By Peter Filichia · Dec 14, 2001 · New York City
The Biltmore circa 1999-2000(Photo: Ross J. MacLean) Wednesday's New York Times didn't seem to yield so much good news. Osama bin Laden still hadn't been ...
All Over the Map
By Ben Winters · Dec 13, 2001 · New York City
SPOOGE? A Broadway Christmas Carol Kathy Feininger has learned a lesson that many a musical adaptor of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol has learne
Criss Angel MINDFREAK
Criss Angel It may be the Christmas season, but it will seem like Halloween the moment you step in to the World Underground Theatre on West 43rd Street to see Cris
Othello
Keith David and Liev Schreiber in Othello(Photo: Michal Daniel) Shakespeare's Othello should, of course, be called Iago. The Moor rarely holds ...
The Most Useless Musical Theater Statistic
By Peter Filichia · Dec 12, 2001 · New York City
There was something that stayed with me after I read A Cat's Diary: How the Broadway Production of Cats Was Born, by Stephen Mo Hanan. He noted toward ...
Moonchildren
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 11, 2001 · New York City
Sarah Sutel, Christopher Yeatts,and Trevor Jones in Moonchildren You might assume that a play written in the 1960s about a group of contemporaneous college ...