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The Actors' Fund to Honor Berlind, Newman, and McGuire at Annual Gala
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 22, 2005 · New York City
The Actors' Fund of America will hold its annual gala dinner and tribute performance on Monday, May 23, 2005 at Cipriani in New York City. This year's designated honorees are ...
Waiting for the Light to Shine
Barbara & Scott zero in on The Light in the Piazza and discover a singer-songwriter in movie star Jeff Daniels at Birdland.
Everybody's a Critic!
By Peter Filichia · Apr 21, 2005 · New York City
Truman Capote had lots to say about many matters theatrical, as Filichia learns from reading a new collection of his letters.
Eustis and Manus Announce The Public Theater's 50th Anniversary Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · Apr 21, 2005 · New York City
At a press conference today, it was announced that works by composer Michael John LaChiusa and playwrights David Grimm, Rinne Groff, Jose Rivera, Anna Deavere Smith,...
A View from the Bridge (and Tunnel)
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 21, 2005 · New York City
It's About Time in Queens, Spic Chic in the Bronx, and Tupperware Orgy in Brooklyn
Spring Fever!
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 20, 2005 · New York City
There was much hilarity, heart, merriment, and music at this year's BC/EFA Easter Bonnet Competition.
Two-Fer Festival Offers Discounts to Theater Productions and Other Cultural Events
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 20, 2005 · New York City
Natasha Richardson and John C. Reillyin A Streetcar Named Desire (Photo © Joan Marcus) Two-Fer/Two Weeks...AND THEN SOME, a speci
Y Concert Will Celebrate New Harburg Stamp
By Brian Scott Lipton · Apr 20, 2005 · New York City
The U.S. Postal Service will release a 37-cent commemorative stamp in honor of the legendary songwriter E.Y. "Yip" Harburg on April 28, and ...
Tribute to Dick Gallagher Scheduled for April 26
By Matthew Murray · Apr 20, 2005 · New York City
Dick Gallagher(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) A memorial concert tribute for composer, lyricist, arranger, and pianist Dick Gallagher, who died on January 20 at age 49
That Movie Was First a Play??!!
By Peter Filichia · Apr 19, 2005 · New York City
The popular film On Golden Pond is based on a short-running Broadway play. Of what other major films is this true?