Theater News

You Are Beautiful
By Michael Buckley · Oct 16, 2002
Talented lookers Lea Salonga and José Llana on their starring roles in Flower Drum Song.
Keene Curtis, Tony Award Winner for The Rothschilds, Dies at 79
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 16, 2002
Keene Curtis Actor Keene Curtis, who won a Tony Award in 1971 for playing four roles in the original Broadway production of the Bock and Harnick musical The Rothsc
Broadway, His Way
By Peter Filichia · Oct 15, 2002
In a continuing series of Town Hall concerts produced by Scott Siegel, songs from musicals past -- hits and flops alike -- are showcased.
Get Your Kicks on West 36th
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 15, 2002
A trio of Off-Off-Broadway theater groups finds that three's company in a new midtown location.
Peter Gallagher and Jeff Goldblum to be Exonerated
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 15, 2002
Peter Gallagher Like its socio-politically minded, monologue-driven forebear The Guys, the new docudrama The Exonerated will have celebrities rotating ...
Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, et al. Announce New Federal Theatre Production of Davis's A Last Dance for Sybil
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 15, 2002
Ossie Davis(Photo: Michael Portantiere) Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Earle Hyman, and Lloyd Richards were among those present at a press conference at Sardi's this morning ...
Oh, It's Cabaret, All Right!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 15, 2002
Kristin Chenoweth makes the American Songbook her own and Ann Hampton Callaway sends a valentine to Rodgers & Hart.
Highlights of Kennedy Center's Richard Rodgers Centennial Gala to Air on PBS
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 14, 2002
Richard Rodgers Shirley Jones, Howard Keel, John Raitt, Kristin Chenoweth, and Audra McDonald are among the star performers in a TV telecast of highlights of the ...
On the Road
By Peter Filichia · Oct 13, 2002
Enjoying solo albums by Karen Mason, Alison Fraser, and Tom Wopat during a road trip to Hackettstown, Filichia finds that some songs are worth hearing over and over again.
Christine and Shirley and Jack and Billy
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 11, 2002
Reviews of a great new album by Christine Andreas, an enjoyable two-in-one Shirley Jones/Jack Cassidy reissue, and the very odd original Broadway cast recording of Movin' Out.