Theater News

Alan King, Actor and Comedian, Dies at 76
Alan King(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Stage and screen actor and comedian Alan King died of lung cancer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan o
Booking for Two
How might the history of the Tony Awards have been different if there were two categories for Best Book of a Musical?
2004 Tony Award Nominations Announced
Jane Krakowski(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The nominations for the 2004 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards were announced this morning at the Hudson Theatre. Among
Frayn's Democracy to Open on Broadway in November
Michael Frayn The Royal National Theatre of Great Britain's production of Michael Frayn's Democracy, directed by Tony winner Michael Blakemore, will transfer ...
Not Gone and Not Forgotten
The Normal Heart remains an explosive play; Margaret Curry exhibits great potential in her cabaret debut at The Duplex.
Peter's Digest
At the office, Filichia searches for recent theater-related books.
Giuliani Time
Playwright Christopher Shinn takes a long, hard look at life in NYC circa 2001 in his latest play, Where Do We Live.
Loose Lips
Linda Emond remains a Homebody, Shuler Hensley reunites with Hugh Jackman in Van Helsing, and Colin Hay makes hay in Man @ Work.
Smithsonian Institution-Flushing Arts Council Affiliation Will Launch With Seven-Week Musical Theater Festival
The Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA) has just announced its new affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research center. The ...
Marymount Manhattan College and York Theatre Company to Offer Musical Theater Intensive
Marymount Manhattan College is partnering with the York Theatre Company to offer a three-week intensive training opportunity for individuals aged 18 to 27. Participants in the ...