The Man Who Came to Dinner
By David Finkle · Jul 28, 2000 · New York City
Nathan Lane inThe Man Who Came to Dinner(Photo: Joan Marcus) When George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart wrote and then Kaufman directed The Man Who Came to Dinner
By Ricky Spears · Jul 28, 2000 · New York City
Two tall, handsome, virile men, Brian (Christopher Sieber) and Tom (Scott Ferrara), stand in a rectory awaiting a few words with their Catholic priest, Father Raymond (Alan Campbell)...
Jerusalem Syndrome
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 28, 2000 · New York City
Marc MaronPhoto: RK Saha Westbeth Theatre Center has been home to such hysterical theatrical monologues as Sandra Bernhard's I'm Still Here, Damn It!, Eddie
Man in the Flying Lawn Chair
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 24, 2000 · New York City
Man in the Flying Lawn Chair is the story of a California truck driver named Larry Walters who attaches 45 helium-filled weather balloons to his lawn chair one
Closer and Pistols for Two
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jul 21, 2000 · Chicago
George Bernard Shaw remarked that the English and the Americans "are one people, separated by a common language," which may or may not be true. It is a fact, however, that we have ...
Death in England
By David Finkle · Jul 20, 2000 · New York City
Perhaps playwright Sam Bobrick fancied a cross between a Noel Coward confection and Woody Allen's Death Knocks. Perhaps he was tickled by the notion of blending an Agatha C
Big Kiss
By Jason Anthony · Jul 19, 2000 · New York City
Sure, you've seen it before: A bunch of crazy Broadway hopefuls get up on stage and tell us what they did for love. Or, let's be blunt, love and money. But thes
RedFest 2000
By Jason Anthony · Jul 19, 2000 · New York City
There is a tradition of late-blooming playwrights. Ibsen didn't write his prose plays until he was a ripe 50. Shaw was another mid-life convert, as was Genet. Ther
Durang vs. Ives
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 18, 2000 · New York City
Do not be fooled by the traditional "re" in the spelling of Confluence Theatre. Its current work, Durang vs. Ives, running July 13 through 23 at the Blue Hero
Zoot Suit and Nixon's Nixon
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jul 17, 2000 · Chicago
The theater season once was a September-to-May affair, not counting summer stock barns and tents. But those days are gone. It's not just air conditioning that's made the urban ...

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