Theater News

A Biography That Stands Tall
By Peter Filichia · Dec 11, 2003
Filichia shares his thoughts about the new biography of Joan McCracken, The Girl Who Fell Down
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo · Dec 11, 2003
Embarrassments in Philadelphia, Oy Vey in a Manger in San Francisco, and Man From Nebraska in Chicago.
Happy Holidays
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 11, 2003
New Christmas CDs showcase Barbara Cook, the Philly Pops (with Ann Hampton Callway), and the Broadway Inspirational Voices.
Producer Lewis M. Allen Dies at 81
By Matthew Murray · Dec 11, 2003
Broadway producer Lewis M. Allen died on Monday in New York of pancreatic cancer. He was 81. Allen produced or co-produced a number of high-profile Broadway shows, the most ...
Charity Begins at the Palace
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 10, 2003
This year's Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Gypsy of the Year event is the focus of our latest photo feature.
No Butz About It: Diggs to Appear in Wicked
By Matthew Murray · Dec 10, 2003
Taye Diggs(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) It has been announced that Taye Diggs will temporarily replace Norbert Leo Butz in the role of Fiyero in Wicked while
Gypsy of the Year Raises Record $3,359,000 for BC/EFA
By Matthew Murray · Dec 10, 2003
At the end of the Gypsy of the Year competition yesterday, Harvey Fierstein, Hugh Jackman, and Bernadette Peterstook to the stage to announce the ...
The Producers Go North
By Peter Filichia · Dec 9, 2003
Filichia reports on the Toronto production of The Producers and muses about the 2001 Broadway phenomenon.
Never Gonna Last?
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Dec 9, 2003
A few words in defense of Never Gonna Dance and some Frank observations about Our Sinatra.
Foster, LaChiusa, de Haas, et al. to Perform in Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series
By Seth Christenfeld · Dec 9, 2003
Darius de Haas Lincoln Center's American Songbook series continues its sixth season this spring with a lineup of performers including Sutton Foster, Michael ...