Theater News

Sometimes, Critics and Audiences Do Agree
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 24, 2004
The Siegels visit a Drowning show and have a somewhat better time when they take in jazz singer Tierney Sutton at the Oak Room.
Alda, Busch, and Roberts Featured in Bay Street Theatre's 2004 Season
By Seth Christenfeld · Feb 24, 2004
Tony Roberts The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York has announced its 2004 mainstage season. The season's first production, May 25-June 6, will be Charles L....
Broadway Press Agent Mary Bryant Dies at 71
By Matthew Murray · Feb 24, 2004
Broadway press agent Mary Bryant died of a brain hemmorage on Sunday at her home in Hillsdale, NY. She had been battling brain cancer since 1999 and she was 71 at the time of her ...
Carl Anderson, Known as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar on Stage and Screen, Dies at 58
By Matthew Murray · Feb 24, 2004
Carl Anderson Actor-singer Carl Anderson died on February 23 after a battle with leukemia. He was 58. Anderson was born in 1945 in Lynchburg, Virginia. He was best ...
A Closer Look at...Boston
By Sandy MacDonald · Feb 24, 2004
Sandy MacDonald explores the inner (and outer) circles of theater in the Hub.
Magic To Do
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 23, 2004
Michael Rispoli plays a real mensch of a masseur in Magic Hands Freddy.
Let Him Play Among the Stars: Bart Howard Dies at 88
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 23, 2004
Bart Howard Bart Howard, a performer and songwriter best known as the composer of the standard "Fly Me to the Moon," died on Saturday in Carmel, New York. According ...
New Sondheim Revue To Be Performed in Concert at Carnegie Hall
By Matthew Murray · Feb 23, 2004
Stephen Sondheim(Photo © Michael Portantiere) A new revue of Stephen Sondheim songs that was first presented at the Bridewell Theatre in London in 2000 and was l
The Man Who Came to Boston
By Peter Filichia · Feb 22, 2004
Filichia recalls the Boston tryout of Sherry!, the musical version of The Man Who Came to Dinner.
They'd Rather Be Punch Drunk
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 20, 2004
Huzzahs for Fighting Words, zzzzzzs for Roulette, and it's diva time with Ellen Greene and Christine Ebersole.