Theater News

A Phantom of its Former Self
Low marks for the movie version of The Phantom of the Opera but high marks for featured actors in four plays recently seen.
Catching Up
As he cleans house for the holidays, Filichia offers us a column full of tasty tidbits.
MITF Accepting Submissions Now Through February 21
The Midtown International Theatre Festival has announced the deadline for script submission to its sixth annual festival. The festival organizers will accept "just about any ...
Loose Lips
Brian Scott Lipton gets down with divas Audra McDonald and Joyce Castle, and tells us that Mary-Louise Parker will soon be going to pot on television.
In Brief
David Finkle ponders the proliferation of short, intermissionless plays in today's theater.
Mono a Mono II
Filichia's stereo amplifier is still on the fritz, so he's still listening to mono cast albums.
I'll Make You Love to Hate Me
Matthew Murray enjoys the "live" cast recording of Brooklyn every bit as much as he enjoyed the show itself.
Green, Murney, Block, et al. Slated for Concerts at Birdland
Amanda Green in performance with Tom Kitt(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Following performances by Christine Ebersole & Billy Stritch, ...
Bosco, Harris, Hecht, and Whitehead to Perform Don Juan in Hell at 92nd Street Y
Philip Bosco(Photo © David Rodgers) The Poets' Theater of the 92nd Street, located at 1395 Lexington Avenue between 91st and 92nd streets, will present Philip Bo
Sleigh Bells Ring, Are You Listening?
Dame Edna, Philip Bosco, Judy Kaye, Kevin Cahoon, and Maureen McGovern share their memories of holiday seasons past.