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Gypsy in Her Soul
By Matthew Murray · Aug 20, 2003
Matthew Murray reviews Broadway Angel's brand-new cast recording of the 2003 revival of Gypsy, starring Bernadette Peters.
More "Tuesdays at 7" on Broadway This Fall
By Matthew Murray · Aug 20, 2003
"Tuesdays at 7," a program that was implemented last season in deference to commuters and family members who may be put off by the standard 8pm start time for Broadway shows, will ...
Absolutely Forbidden Broadway
By Peter Filichia · Aug 19, 2003
From Elaine Stritch's "ass" to Aldonza's "whore," Filichia lists some words that were censored from cast albums.
Baby Jane Dexter: Plug in to the Power
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 19, 2003
Have you been wondering whatever happened to Baby Jane? Well, the Siegels have found her at The Duplex.
Theater Grows in Brooklyn: Gallery Players Announce 2003-2004 Season of Plays and Musicals
By Matthew Murray · Aug 19, 2003
The Gallery Players, an Off-Off-Broadway theater company located in Brooklyn's Park Slope, has announced the four plays and three musicals that will comprise its 37th season. In ...
"Lunch-Hour Theatre" Resumes on September 15; Julie Harris to be Honored on November 14
Julie Harris Food for Thought Productions -- Susan Charlotte, artistic director -- will recommence its popular one-act play reading series "Lunch-Hour Theatre" on ...
Personal Space Theatrics Announces Upcoming Season
By Matthew Murray · Aug 19, 2003
Personal Space Theatrics has announced the shows that will make up its 2003-2004 season, focused on the subject of obsession. The season will open with the New York premiere of ...
To Boo or Not to Boo?
By David Finkle · Aug 19, 2003
David Finkle expounds on a time-honored mode of expression that's no longer in vogue.
The Saga of Kelly Continued
By Peter Filichia · Aug 18, 2003
Filichia relates Part II of the Kelly debacle, from star Ella Logan's firing to the show's opening (and closing) night.