Theater News

Vital Children's Theatre Seeks Stories by New York Kids
By Matthew Murray · Apr 15, 2003
The OOBR Award-winning Vital Children's Theatre has announced that its 2003-2004 season will kick off with a new musical for kids, written by kids. To achieve this, the theater is ...
Michelle Williams Expresses Interest in Broadway's Aida But Toni Braxton is Set for Four-Month Engagement
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 14, 2003
Michelle Williams Michelle Williams, a member of the R&B group Destiny's Child, has hinted publicly that she might be joining the cast of Disney's Aida (see MT
She Will Entertain You
By Peter Filichia · Apr 13, 2003
Filichia talks to Kate Reinders, who's currently wowing audiences as Dainty June in Gypsy.
Vera Zorina, Star of Ballet, Film, and Theater, Dies at 86
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 12, 2003
Vera Zorina in The Goldwyn Follies (1938) Vera Zorina, famous as a star of ballet, film, and theater in the 1930s and '40s, died on Wednesday, April 9 at her ...
From Big Rooms to No Room
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 11, 2003
Rave reviews of shows starring James Naughton, Stephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens, and Lucille Carr-Kaffashan.
The Maury Yeston Songbook
By Matthew Murray · Apr 11, 2003
Matthew Murray reviews a new PS Classics CD of songs by Maury Yeston, the composer-lyricist of Nine and other shows.
Mary-Louise Parker Will Be Reckless at Second Stage
By Matthew Murray · Apr 11, 2003
Mary-Louise Parker Mary-Louise Parker, the Tony Award winning actress who has starred on Broadway in such shows as Proof and Bus Stop, has been ...
Melanie Griffith to be Chicago's New Working Girl
By Matthew Murray · Apr 11, 2003
Melanie Griffith It has just been confirmed that Melanie Griffith, star of such Hollywood films as Working Girl, Born Yesterday, and Mulholland Falls
Photo File
The stars come out for the opening of Nine and other high profile events.
How Much Impact Does a Pulitzer Prize Have?
By Peter Filichia · Apr 11, 2003
As Take Me Out's Pulitzer loss causes talk about the show's future, Filichia weighs the import of the prize.