Theater News

Ford's Theatre and Lincoln Museum Reopen in D.C.
By Matthew Murray · Oct 6, 2003
Following a series of renovations totalling $2.5 million, Washington, D.C.'s Ford's Theatre and Lincoln Museum will officially reopen on Tuesday, October 7. The theater was closed ...
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 6, 2003
The Woman in Black in Los Angeles, The Werewolf of London in Dallas, and Witch Lady in Minneapolis
Show Music Roulette
By Peter Filichia · Oct 5, 2003
Ready for a round of Show Music Roulette? Choose your weapons carefully!
Batt to Host Third Annual "Gimme a Break" Gala
By Matthew Murray · Oct 4, 2003
Bryan Batt Broadway performer Bryan Batt (Beauty and the Beast, Seussical, Saturday Night Fever) will host "Gimme a Break III," the Transport ...
Photo File
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Delta Burke, Hugh Jackman, Taboo in rehearsal, opening night of Little Shop of Horrors, and more!
Indie Theater
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 3, 2003
Reports on Lisa D'Amour's new play, Clint Eastwood's new movie, Tony Danza's recycled cabaret act, and more.
Best Foot Forsman
By Peter Filichia · Oct 3, 2003
Filichia is keen on the Keen Company's good-at-heart new production of Good Morning, Bill.
Applegate to Spell Injured Stadlen in The Producers
By Matthew Murray · Oct 2, 2003
Fred Applegate Fred Applegate will replace Lewis J. Stadlen as Max Bialystock in the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of The Producers on Tuesday, ...
Actor Rex Robbins is Dead at 68
By Matthew Murray · Oct 1, 2003
Veteran Broadway actor Rex Robbins has died at age 68 of an aneurysm. Robbins made his Broadway debut in the 1963 Broadway production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and ...
What to Wear?
By David Finkle · Oct 1, 2003
David Finkle contemplates the trend toward "dressing down" on the part of theater audiences.