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Hello (Again), Polly!
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Nov 9, 2001
As she moves back to NYC for good, Polly Bergen steps into The Vagina Monologues.
Alma Lovin'
By Charles Nelson · Nov 9, 2001
Patti LuPone prepares to step into Alma Schindler?s Austrian shoes, while TACT dares to air a Priestley play other than An Inspector Calls.
Bitch, Bitch, Bitch!
By Kathy Henderson · Nov 9, 2001
Mary Louise Wilson is a mother in the all-star Broadway revival of The Women.
The Telephone Hours
By Peter Filichia · Nov 9, 2001
Phone calls from Heather Mac Rae, David Lansbury, and other colorful figures interrupt Filichia's reading.
Elaine Stritch: At Liberty
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 8, 2001
Elaine Stritch: At Liberty(Photo: Michal Daniel) Unable to find many roles in theater, film, and TV that suit their protean talents, honored veterans of show ...
Frenzy for Two, or More
By Brooke Pierce · Nov 8, 2001
The Ionesco Festival is now into its third absurd month, continuing to present all of Eugene Ionesco's works at various downtown venues wit
Sing for Me, Christine!
By Brian Scott Lipton · Nov 7, 2001
A Tony Award winner for 42nd Street, Christine Ebersole is moonlighting on Park Avenue.
How I Spent My Autumn Vacation
By Peter Filichia · Nov 7, 2001
Filichia recoils from the sound level of Mamma Mia!, praises Norbert Leo Butz in Thou Shalt Not, and wonders why By Jeeves came to Broadway.
Wonder of the World
By David Finkle · Nov 6, 2001
Sarah Jessica Parkerin Wonder of the World(Photo: Jean-Marie Guyaux) It's often a mistake to predict a distinguished career for a playwright after one or two ...
It's a Blessing
By Brooke Pierce · Nov 6, 2001
Arab terrorism figures prominently in Lee Blessing's 12-year-old play Two Rooms, now at the Blue Heron Theatre.