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Jerusalem Syndrome
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 28, 2000
Marc MaronPhoto: RK Saha Westbeth Theatre Center has been home to such hysterical theatrical monologues as Sandra Bernhard's I'm Still Here, Damn It!, Eddie
Pay to View Smokey Joe's Café on Broadway Television Network
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 28, 2000
From Smokey Joe's Cafeon Broadway Smokey Joe's Café: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller recently closed on Broadway, but the Broadway Television N
Judson House Bows Out with Its Final Performance Event
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 26, 2000
From Thursday, July 27 until Sunday, July 30, Peculiar Works Project will present The Judson House Project, a multi-disciplinary art and performance event tha
A Cross-Country Parade
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 25, 2000
The ambitious Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry-Hal Prince musical is winning new fans on tour.
The Tale of the Yellow Dress
By David Finkle · Jul 24, 2000
William Ivey Long details the creation of a costume that really made Contact.
Staging India
By Kathryn Walat · Jul 24, 2000
Two plays by one of India's hottest contemporary playwrights come to Tribeca for New York's first-ever Festival of Indian Theater. Kathryn Walat reports on the South Asian scene.
Quick Wit: Dick Latessa
By Raven Snook · Jul 24, 2000
Raven Snook finds that life is a Cabaret for this veteran actor.
Man in the Flying Lawn Chair
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 24, 2000
Man in the Flying Lawn Chair is the story of a California truck driver named Larry Walters who attaches 45 helium-filled weather balloons to his lawn chair one
Ben Shenkman
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Jul 20, 2000
Proof's BEN SHENKMAN proves his mettle to Leslie (Hoban) Blake.
The Oak Room Hosts the Second International Festival of Cabaret
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 20, 2000
Singers Natalie Gamsu and Michel Hermon will present their new shows on alternate and consecutive Sunday and Monday nights from September 10 through October 16 at the Algonquin Hot