Theater News

Fantasticks Documentary to Open at Walter Reade Theatre
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 30, 2004
Jerry Orbach, Rita Garder, and Kenneth Nelson in The Fantasticks Try to Remember, a documentary film about The Fantasticks, the world's longest-
Photo/Video File
Singing soap stars, Baby boomers, Broadway first-nighters, and theater producers who happen to be women are caught by TM's cameras.
A Terrific Show, By George (and Ira)!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 30, 2004
Encores! triumphs with Pardon My English, the Roundabout flops with Twentieth Century, and new cabaret clubs keep popping up in NYC.
Hottest Spot North of Havana: Atlantic Theater Company Gala to be Held at the Copa
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 30, 2004
Craig Lucas The Atlantic Theater Company's 2004 spring gala, "Live from the Copa," will be held on Monday, April 26 at the Copacabana (560 West 34th Street at 11th ...
Actor Peter Ustinov Dies at 82
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 30, 2004
Peter Ustinov Peter Ustinov, the British actor-writer-director who was probably best known for his Oscar-winning performances in the films Spartacus and Top
Kurt Vonnegut to Make Rare Public Appearance Following April 1 Performance of Happy Birthday, Wanda June
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 29, 2004
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., author of the novels Slaughterhouse Five and Cat's Cradle, will make a rare public appearance at a talkback ...
Judith Blazer et al. Establish "The Artist's Crossing" Theater Company/School
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 29, 2004
Judith Blazer The Artist's Crossing, a new theater company and school for the performing arts, has been founded by artistic director Judith Blazer, producer and ...
Broadway's Best Beth
By Peter Filichia · Mar 28, 2004
Filichia has admired Beth Fowler's work in roles from Mrs. Segstrom to Mrs. Potts to Mrs. Woolnough.
A Majestic Memorial Service for Uta Hagen
By Michael Buckley · Mar 26, 2004
Uta Hagen Friends and colleagues gathered at the Majestic Theatre yesterday to pay tribute to the late, great actress and teacher Uta Hagen. Among them were director ...
In Old Santa Fe
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 26, 2004
Barbara & Scott like Johnny Guitar quite a lot but think less of More -- and they adore the Callaway sisters' show at Feinstein's