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Colella, Falk, Gillette, Walsh, et al. Set for Becky Show Reading
Barbara Walsh (© Michael Portantiere) Jenn Colella, Willy Falk, Anita Gillette, Mary Pat Gleason, Garrett Long and Barbara Walsh will star in a free reading of
Bening, Dukakis, Irwin, McCormack, Rose, et al. Set for A.C.T. Benefit
Bill Irwin (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre has announced the celebrity lineup for its Ruby Jubilee gala benefit, to be h
Michael Imperioli to Star in Chicken
Michael Imperioli (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Emmy Award winner Michael Imperioli will star in the world premiere of Mike Batistick's Chicken, to play Stu
London Kids Spotlight: March '07
After being hit by a falling billboard, Stanley Lambchop suddenly finds himself flat as a pancake. It's fun for awhile, being able to slide under doors, or fly like a kite. But when the novelty wears off, he finds it tough being different from everybody else. Polka Theatre for Children presents the stage adaptation of Jeff Brown's 1964 children's tale Flat Stanley (January 25-March 17).
Lawrence Wright's My Trip to Al-Qaeda Will Bow at Culture Project
Lawrence Wright Lawrence Wright's new solo show My Trip to Al-Qeada, based on his best-selling book The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, ...
American Idol's Anthony Federov to Join The Fantasticks
Anthony Federov Former American Idol contestant Anthony Federov will join the Off-Broadway revival of the Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt ...
Mint Theater Receives $100,000 Tony Randall Grant
Heather Randall (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) The Mint Theater has been awarded the 2007 Tony Randall Grant of $100,000 by The Tony Randall Theatrical Fund for its
Betty Buckley and Donny Osmond to Play Feinstein's at the Regency
Donny Osmond (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Betty Buckley and Donny Osmond will play the New York City nightclub Feinstein's at the Regency (540 Park Avenue) this sp
Behind Enemies' Lines
Sarah Schulman discusses her adaptation of Isaac Bashevis Singer's Enemies, A Love Story.
Philadelphia Kids Spotlight: February '07
The Fulton Theatre for Young Audiences presents two family-friendly works this month: Paul Maar's enchanting children's story from Germany, Noodle Doodle Box (February 23-24), follows best friends Pepper and Zacharias, who reside in two most extraordinary boxes. They learn the true value of their friendship when a selfish visitor arrives and threatens their precious dwellings. Sowing the Wind (February 24-25) is a new audience-participation play by Barry Kornhauser and students of Huntingdon County, PA. It explores the hardships of making a living from farming and the toll it can take on one family.