Theater News

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.
Creel, Foa, Jenkins, et al. to Sing Illyria for Prospect Theatre Company
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 4, 2004
Gavin Creel(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The Prospect Theatre Company will bring back its acclaimed musical Illyria for a one-night-only benefit concert
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Will Land at the Ford Center in Spring 2005
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 4, 2004
Hard upon the recent announcement that the Broadway revival of 42nd Street will close in January 2005, it has just been announced that the Ford Center for ...
Burton, Hurt, Strathairn, and Walker to Perform Hekabe at the 92nd Street Y
By Seth Christenfeld · Mar 4, 2004
On Monday, March 29, at 8pm, the 92nd Street Y Poets' Theatre -- a series presented by the 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center -- will offer the world premiere of Anne Carson's ...
A Little Bit in Love
By Matthew Murray · Mar 4, 2004
Matthew Murray reviews DRG's cast recording of the Broadway revival of the Bernstein-Comden-Green musical Wonderful Town.
Frogs and Elephant Will Highlight Lincoln Center Festival
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 4, 2004
Nathan Lane(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) A new version of Stephen Sondheim's musical The Frogs, the latest work by Drama Desk Award-winning director Simon McB
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 3, 2004
BSL chats with Rita (not Chita!) Moreno and keeps tabs on other OZ cast members who are treading the boards in NYC.
Renovated Hippodrome Theatre Opens in Baltimore
By Michael Toscano · Mar 3, 2004
An interior shot of the Hippodrome Baltimore now has a glittering theater venue that may provide some competition for Washington, D.C., the ...