Theater News

And So Don't Her Sisters and Her Cousins and Her Aunts
By Peter Filichia · Feb 12, 2004
Think performers' family members and friends can't wait to seem them in shows? Think again.
Lohengrin and Bear It
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 12, 2004
Barbara and Scott bicker about Valhalla but agree that Jackie Hoffman's kvetching should definitely continue.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Feb 12, 2004
The latest on Isabel Keating (a.k.a. Judy Garland), Brenda Braxton, Patti LuPone, and Manu Narayan.
Music, Maestro, Please!
By Gerard Raymond · Feb 12, 2004
Richard Thomas plays a passionate orchestra conductor in The Stendhal Syndrome.
George C. Wolfe Resigns From The Public Theater
George C. Wolfe George C. Wolfe, producer of The Public Theater, will step down from his position some time during the 2004-2005 season. Wolfe has held the position ...
New-York Historical Society to Honor Broadway Composers
By Matthew Murray · Feb 11, 2004
Cy Coleman Each Monday evening in March, the New-York Historical Society's American Musicals Project will honor a major Broadway talent in a new series titled "...
Clear the Decks: Gypsy to Stay Open
By Matthew Murray · Feb 11, 2004
Tammy Blanchard, Bernadette Peters,and John Dossett in Gypsy(Photo © Joan Marcus) The current Broadway production of the classic Jule Styne-Stephen Sondhe
A Merry First Trip to the Theater
By Peter Filichia · Feb 10, 2004
How did a neophyte theatergoer feel about The Merry Wives of Windsor at Trinity Rep?
Keen Company Benefit Set for February 16
By Matthew Murray · Feb 10, 2004
Brian D'Arcy James(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The Keen Company's fourth annual benefit event, Keen In Love, will be held on Monday, February 16 at Caroline's C
They Wrote That, and That, and That...
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 10, 2004
Barbara & Scott on the Barry Mann-Cynthia Weil songfest and yet another cabaret artist from Down Under.