Theater News

Why I Especially Hate The Look of Love
By Peter Filichia · May 11, 2003
Filichia explains why he loathes "composer anthology" revues, from Jacques Brel to that Bacharach/David thing.
More of Moore: Standby to Spell Bernadette Peters in Gypsy Again This Afternoon
By Michael Portantiere · May 10, 2003
Bernadette Peters in Gypsy(Photo © Joan Marcus) Bernadette Peters, star of the current Broadway revival of Gypsy, returned to the show last night f
Drama League Award Winners Announced
By Matthew Murray · May 9, 2003
Harvey Fierstein in Hairspray The Drama League Awards were presented this afternoon at a luncheon held at the Grand Hyatt hotel. Hairspray and Take
Lynne Meadow to Receive "Mr. Abbott" Award
By Matthew Murray · May 9, 2003
Lynne Meadow Lynne Meadow, the award-winning artistic director of the Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC), will be receiving the 2003 "Mr. Abbott" Award from the Stage ...
You're Not Getting Older ...
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 9, 2003
The Siegels toast Bobby Short at the Carlyle, swing with Keely Smith at Feinstein's, and set a spell with Michael McAssey at Mama's.
Fostering Hunter
By Peter Filichia · May 9, 2003
Filichia catches a reading of the Stephen Cole-Claibe Richardson musical currently in development.
Bernadette Peters Misses Fifth Performance of Gypsy This Week
By Michael Portantiere · May 9, 2003
Bernadette Peters Although Bernadette Peters was scheduled to return to her starring role in the Broadway revival of Gypsy last evening after missing four ...
Latin Rhythms of Rivera, Banderas, Esparza, and Others Will Benefit BC/EFA
By Matthew Murray · May 8, 2003
Chita Rivera Broadway and Latin music will collide on May 19 at Latin Rhythms, a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS conceived by Richard Amaro and ...
Treat Williams to Host MTC Spring Gala
By Matthew Murray · May 8, 2003
Treat Williams Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) has announced that its Spring Gala will be held on May 12 this year, hosted by Treat Williams (Captains Courageous...
Roger Moore Collapses at The Play What I Wrote
By Matthew Murray · May 8, 2003
Roger Moore Roger Moore, 75, the veteran British actor best known for his starring role in seven James Bond films, collapsed on the stage of the Lyceum Theatre ...