Theater News

Jane Adams Replaces Melora Walters in Match
By Matthew Murray · Mar 8, 2004
Jane Adams(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Tony Award winner Jane Adams has replaced the previously announced Melora Walters in the Broadway production of Stephen Belbe
Musicals Tonight! Will Present Three Special Concerts in March
By Matthew Murray · Mar 8, 2004
Elizabeth Hendrickson The Musicals Tonight! series will offer three special concerts this month: Daytime Stars Sing, a one-night-only program in which stars ...
Peter Howard's Broadway
By Peter Filichia · Mar 8, 2004
Do you know who Peter Howard is? Our own Peter (Filichia) thinks you should.
Photo File
King Lear opens at Lincoln Center, the American Theatre Wing hosts a cocktail reception at Planet Hollywood, and celebs attend the AMPAS Oscar party at Le Cirque.
Miracle of Miracles
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 5, 2004
Barbara & Scott have their say about Fiddler on the Roof and Betty Buckley's show at the Café Carlyle.
You Can Judge a Book by Its Cover
By Peter Filichia · Mar 5, 2004
Wicked is the latest novel to be reissued in conjunction with its musical version. What were the others?
Williamstown Theatre Festival Announces 2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Mar 5, 2004
The Williamstown Theatre Festival has announced that its 50th anniversary season will include world premieres of plays and musicals by Theresa Rebeck, Richard Nelson, Michael John ...
Five-Week Extension Announced for The Stendhal Syndrome; Tucci Will Replace Rossellini
By Matthew Murray · Mar 5, 2004
The limited run of The Stendhal Syndrome, a program of two new one-act plays by Terrence McNally about the influence of art on life, has been extended ...
Lemenager and Racey Join the Cast of The Broadway Musicals of 1935
By Matthew Murray · Mar 4, 2004
Nancy Lemenager and Noah Racey(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Nancy Lemenager and Noah Racey, late of the Broadway musical Never Gonna Dance, have just been add
A View from the Bridge (and Tunnel)
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 4, 2004
What's happening in the outer boroughs, theater wise? Adam Klasfeld takes a look.