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Rising Stars
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 10, 2005 · New York City
Maude Maggart(Photo © Michael Portantiere) It's extremely difficult to make a name for oneself as a performer in cabaret, where many highly talented individuals
MTC and StudentsLive! Awarded Producers' League Grants
By Adam Klasfeld · Feb 9, 2005 · New York City
For the third consecutive year, the League of American Theatres and Producers, Inc., has awarded New York Education Grants to Broadway-related audience development programs. The ...
Ossie Davis Public Visitation and Funeral Service Scheduled
By Matthew Murray · Feb 9, 2005 · New York City
Actor and humanitarian Ossie Davis, who died last week at age 87, will be honored on Friday, February 11 and Saturday, February 12 with a public visitation and funeral service. ...
The Woman in White to Open on Broadway in Spring 2006
By Matthew Murray · Feb 9, 2005 · New York City
It has just been announced that Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest musical, The Woman in White, which opened in London in September, will reach Broadway in the spring of 2006 ...
On Cast Albums
By Peter Filichia · Feb 8, 2005 · New York City
Kurt Deutsch of Ghostlight Records promised that he'd be recording Little Women. Harvey Evans said that Angela Lansbury's fur coat was stolen the night ...
L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award Nominees Announced
By Matthew Murray · Feb 8, 2005 · New York City
The nominees for the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards, which celebrate the best in L.A. theater, have been announced. The awards ceremony will be held on Monday, March 21 at ...
2005 Richard Rodgers Award Winners Announced
By Matthew Murray · Feb 8, 2005 · New York City
The winners of the 2005 Richard Rodgers Awards competition for musical theater have been announced by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as follows: Bringers, by Dave ...
Oh, Boy!
Adam Arkin in Brooklyn Boy(Photo © Joan Marcus) Despite some clichés and obvious plot turns, Donald Margulies' Brooklyn Boy is an emotionall
Follow Spot: Megan Mullally
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 7, 2005 · New York City
Megan Mullally Honey, honey! If you think Megan Mullally is just like Karen Walker, the outrageous character she plays on the hit TV series Will & Grace, think
Replanting the Tree
By Peter Filichia · Feb 7, 2005 · New York City
All right, you're a producer. You open your new musical, and The New York Times says "it's a darlin' show," adding that it's "one of those happy inspirations ...