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Billy Dee Williams Withdraws from The Mambo Kings
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 10, 2005
Billy Dee Williams Billy Dee Williams has withdrawn from the upcoming Broadway musical The Mambo Kings due to an aggravated hip condition, according to a ...
John Simon Out, Jeremy McCarter In as New York Magazine's Chief Theater Critic
Jeremy McCarter, currently chief theater critic for The New York Sun, has been named to replace John Simon as chief theater critic for New York magazine, effective ...
Helen Hayes Award Winners Include Danieley, Duquesnay, and Reams
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 10, 2005
Geraint Wyn Davies in Cyrano The 21st Annual Helen Hayes Awards, which honor the best of professional theater in the Washington, D.C. area, were bestowed ...
2004-2005 Tony Award Nominations Announced
The nominations for the 2004-2005 Tony Awards were announced this morning at the Mariott Marquis hotel by actors Alan Cumming, Lynn Redgrave, Kate Burton, and Brian ...
Apple-y Ever After
By Peter Filichia · May 9, 2005
Filichia shares further thoughts on The Apple Tree, which will be given the Encores! treatment this weekend.
Success is Sweet
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 9, 2005
Barbara & Scott take a close look at Sweet Charity and Glengarry Glen Ross
We're Still Hot Closes Prior to Victoria Gotti Joining the Cast
By Dan Bacalzo · May 9, 2005
Promotional Art for We're Still Hot, with Victoria Gotti The Off-Broadway musical We're Still Hot! unexpectedly played its ...
Producer Benjamin Mordecai Dies at 60
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
Benjamin Mordecai III, one of the producers of Brooklyn The Musical and the associate dean of the Yale School of Drama, died on Sunday, May 8 in New Haven, Connecticut after ...
Applegate, Azaria, Clapp, et al. Named as Winners of 2004-2005 Theatre World Awards
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
Christina Applegate(Photo © Jill Greenberg) Sweet Charity star Christina Applegate, Hank Azaria of Monthy Python's Spamalot, and Gordon Clapp of
Ford's Theatre Announces 2005-2006 Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 9, 2005
The 2005-2005 season at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. will consist of Ken Ludwig's farce Leading Ladies, Michael Wilson's adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Ca