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Eartha Kitt, Rosie Perez, and other stars party after appearing in The Public Sings: A 50th Anniversary Celebration at City Center.
Keith, Mulheren, Orbach Head Cast of St. Germain's The God Committee
Michael Mulheren Larry Keith, Michael Mulheren, and Ron Orbach head the cast of Mark St. Germain's new play The God Committee, which will begin performances ...
Connick, Easton, Gleason, Seldes, Testa, et al. to Appear at Drama League Benefit
Harry Connick, Jr. (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Harry Connick, Jr., Richard Easton, Joanna Gleason, Marian Seldes, and Mary Testa are among the stars set to appear
78th Annual Academy Award Nominations Announced
Judi Dench in Mrs. Henderson Presents Theater veterans Judi Dench, Felicity Huffman, William Hurt, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and David Strathairn are among the ...
Ziegfeld to Screen West Side Story, My Fair Lady, and Chicago
Natalie Wood and Richard Beymerin West Side Story The film versions of West Side Story, My Fair Lady, and Chicago, three of the most ...
Paul Benedict and Nancy Ringham Set for A World Without Snow Reading
Paul Benedict Paul Benedict and Nancy Ringham will star in a staged reading of Jack Canfora's A World Without Snow, February 3-4. The show, which will also ...
Public Theater Roundtable with Guare, Parks, Son Kicks Off 2006 Season of Performing Arts Programs at The New School
John Guare (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) A roundtable discussion with playwrights John Guare, Suzan-Lori Parks, and Diana Son on Thursday, February 2 will kick off
Damiano, Engel, Harris, Polic Set for Musical Theatre West's Never Gonna Dance
Harriet Harris Tami Tappan Damiano, David Engel, Harriet Harris, and Henry Polic II will star in the Musical Theatre West production of Never Gonna Dance, ...
Giamatti, Hoffman, Huffman, Merkerson, Oh Win SAG Awards
Philip Seymour Hoffman (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Philip Seymour Hoffman's Oscar chances got another boost on January 29, when he recieved the Screen Actors
Celebrated Playwright Wendy Wasserstein Dies at 55
Wendy Wasserstein(Photo © Jill Krementz) Wendy Wasserstein -- humorist, cultural commentator, and the first woman dramatist to win a Tony