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A Different Cole Porter Top 40
By Peter Filichia · Jul 13, 2004 · New York City
Cole Porter As I mentioned the other day, both biopics about Cole Porter -- Night and Day (1946) and De-Lovely (2004) -- only offer the composer-...
Boston Opera House Reopens This Week After $38 Million Restoration
By Matthew Murray · Jul 13, 2004 · New York City
(Photo © Whitney Cox) Boston's Opera House will reopen its doors on July 16 following a $38 million restoration. Disney's The Lion King, which begins pre
La, La, Lucille
By Charles Wright · Jul 13, 2004 · New York City
In life and in death, Lucille Lortel has suffered the fate she feared most. During a career that stretched from 1947 to 1996, the New York producer who gloried in ...
York Theatre Company to Present Thrill Me in Concert
By Matthew Murray · Jul 13, 2004 · New York City
On Sunday, August 1 at 7:30pm, the York Theatre Company will present a benefit concert performance of Stephen Dolginoff's Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story,
In the Toilet
Michelle Diaz, Karly Maurer, and Randi Berryin Wrestling Porcelain(Photo © Richie Fahey)
Much Ado About David
By Gerard Raymond · Jul 13, 2004 · New York City
David Esbjornson at the Delacorte(Photo © Michael Portantiere) With productions of a new Arthur Miller play(Resurrection Blues) an
Strike Apparently Averted as League and Equity Reach Tentative Agreement; Ratification Pending
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004 · New York City
According to a joint statement issued late this afternoon, "Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers...have reached a tentative agreement on a ...
Bark It Here!
The weather cooperated beautifully with the sixth annual Broadway Barks! event in Shubert Alley on Saturday, July 10. In ...
Equity Holds Emergency Meeting to Determine Whether or Not to Strike; Interim Deals Reached With Two Shows
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004 · New York City
Actors' Equity Association (AEA) is holding an "emergency meeting" today to determine whether its members should begin a strike that would shut down most Broadway productions and, ...
The Frogs: Chris Kattan Out, Roger Bart In
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2004 · New York City
It was announced last evening that Roger Bart will very soon be taking over the role of the slave Xanthias in the Lincoln Center Theater production of The Frogs, which is now ...

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