Theater News

The Gift of Theater
Wracking your brain to choose holiday presents that won't strike the wrong note? Here are some suggestions.
Broadway Pitches In to Help Operation Santa Claus
Mary-Louise Parker Photo © Joseph Marzullo Most children's letters to Santa Claus never get opened, let alone answered. That's why, for the third consecutive y
Bacall, Baldwin, et al. Slated for Drama League Salute to Comden and Green
Betty Comden and Adolph Green The Drama League will salute the legendary musical theater writing team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green on Monday, January 31 in "A ...
Oh, Kaye!
Reviews of Souvenir at the York, Brooke Shields in Wonderful Town, and cabaret acts by Baby Jane Dexter and Jason Graae
Cutting Their Teeth on Wilder
How will the youth of today respond to Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Skin of Our Teeth?
Hayden, Arkin, and Soule are Paris Bound on December 13
Michael Hayden(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Michael Hayden, Anthony Arkin, and Samantha Soule will appear in a one-night-only staged reading of Phillip Barry's Pa...
Znidarsic to Present Free Holiday Songbook Event at Donnell Library Theater
John Znidarsic will present the 2004 edition of the annual Holiday Songbook at the Donnell Library Theater (20 West 53rd Street) on Sunday, December 12 at 2:30pm. The event ...
The Back Stage Guide to Broadway
Charles Wright finds Robert Viagas's new guide to New York theater a compact yet comprehensive and useful resource.
Gypsy Magic
The 2004 Gypsy of the Year competition raises nearly $2.8 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Broadway Dancer Mark Arvin Dies at 40
Dancer Mark Arvin, who had been in a coma since December 2002 following complications from a routine heart procedure, died on Sunday, December 5 in Dallas, Texas. He was 40. Arvin ...