Theater News

Mark His Words
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 3, 2003
Mark Setlock, the star and co-creator of Fully Committed returns to the New York stage in Jonathan Tolins's The Last Sunday in June.
Titans Theatre Company Celebrates Diversity With Earthshaker Awards, February 24
By Matthew Murray · Feb 3, 2003
The Titans Theatre Company will present the second annual Earthshaker Award Gala to honor leaders in diversity in entertainment and on the world stage on Monday, February 24. The ...
Taking (Stage) Direction
By Peter Filichia · Feb 2, 2003
A gag in Elaine May's play Adult Entertainment causes Filichia to muse on the subject of stage directions.
Curious About the Bard? Think "Thinking Shakespeare," February 8
By Matthew Murray · Jan 31, 2003
Classic Stage Company will be continuing its 35th season with an encore presentation of "Thinking Shakespeare: An Open Rehearsal" on Saturday, February 8. "Thinking Shakespeare" ...
Tony Randall Discusses the Dumbing Down of Contemporary Culture, February 5
By Matthew Murray · Jan 31, 2003
Tony Randall Tony Randall, renowned actor and founder and artistic director of the National Actors Theater, will be holding a Q&A session about the dumbing down of c
Paul Goldberg Named President of Snug Harbor Cultural Center
By Matthew Murray · Jan 31, 2003
Snug Harbor Cultural Center Staten Island's Snug Harbor Cultural Center has found its new president and CEO in Paul Goldberg, who will assume his positions on ...
The Nightlife Awards: A Diary
The Siegels recount the hectic day and starry night of January 27, the date of the First Annual Nightlife Awards at Town Hall.
Crossover Dreams
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 31, 2003
Renée Fleming and Bryn Terfel bring their gorgeous operatic voices to music by Rodgers, Sondheim, Porter, etc. on the new Decca CD Under the Stars.
Soon It's Gonna Rain
By Scott Logsdon · Jan 31, 2003
Jacquelyn Piro is Lizzie in the Signature Theatre production of 110 In The Shade.
There Is Nothing Like a Dame on March 3
By Matthew Murray · Jan 30, 2003
Lauren Bacall(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Broadway's salute to National Women's History Month will kick off with the latest installment of Nothing Like a Dame