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Wayward Son: Where Cabaret and Musical Theater Meet
Cabaret is first cousin to musical theater. It's not surprising, therefore, that New York's clubs are often the incubators of future productions that might someday ...
Seventh Annual Lower East Side Festival Set for This Weekend
By Ben Winters · May 21, 2002 · New York City
Suzan-Lori Parks(Photo: Michael Portantiere) Are you wondering what Suzan-Lori Parks--the Topdog/Underdog dramatist with a fresh Pulitzer Prize on her mantle--...
Ever-Lovin' Lavin
By Jim Caruso · May 21, 2002 · New York City
Linda Lavin(Photo: Bill Westmoreland) Just when it seemed winter would never end in Chicago, some serious star power started to heat up the Goodman Theater's ...
Homebody/Underdog Honored at Obies
By Ben Winters · May 21, 2002 · New York City
Linda Emond in the thrice-Obied Homebody/Kabul (Photo: Joan Marcus) Coming hot on the heels of Sunday's Drama Desk Awards, the 2001-2002 Obie Awards honored
Anita's Back!
By Michael Portantiere · May 20, 2002 · New York City
Anita Gillette For Anita Gillette, the role of Bridget Conway in Christopher Gorman's play A Letter from Ethel Kennedy is more than just a great part: ...
Anne Heche To Star in Broadway Production of Proof
By Brooke Pierce · May 20, 2002 · New York City
Anne Heche Ever since the lesbian thing fizzled, Anne Heche has been getting into the spotlight by way of her supposed mental instability. Following her much-...
Millie, Metamorphoses, and Private Lives Win Multiple Drama Desk Awards
By Ben Winters · May 20, 2002 · New York City
Thoroughly Modern Millie cleaned up at last night's 47th annual Drama Desk awards, scooping up five prizes including Outstanding ...
Sweet Smell Producers Deplore Journalistic "Attacks" in Letter to Tony Voters
By Michael Portantiere · May 20, 2002 · New York City
Brian d'Arcy James and John Lithgowin Sweet Smell of Success(Photo: Paul Kolnik) In a letter dated May 17, 2002 that was sent to Tony Award voters, the ...
Catching Up With Mandy
By Peter Filichia · May 20, 2002 · New York City
Mandy Patinkin: Looks nice, but he talks like a sailor On Thursday night, May 16, at Musical Theatre Works, before a packed house, Mandy Patinkin said to me a famous
Burlesque is More
By Ben Winters · May 17, 2002 · New York City
Before even discussing Kurt Gänzl's new biography of dancer and actress Lydia Thompson, born in London in 1838 and a superstar of the burlesque theater by the time ...

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