Theater News

Memorial for Dolores Gray to be Held at Lambs Theatre
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 11, 2002
Dolores Gray A memorial tribute to the Tony Award-winning singer/actress Dolores Gray will be held at the Lambs Theatre at 130 West 44th Street on Monday, October 28,...
Take Me Out Set for Broadway Run
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 11, 2002
Take Me Out Following two extensions of its run at the Public Theater and persistent rumors of a transfer comes the official announcement that Richard ...
The Future Is Now
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 11, 2002
At Joe's Pub, composer Steven Lutvak turns an accursed night into a chance to shine.
Abundance and Charity
By Peter Filichia · Oct 10, 2002
Bebe Neuwirth hosts a benefit that will raise money to help dancers make the transition from the chorus line to a new career.
New Play to Feature the Music of Bruce Springsteen
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 10, 2002
The Boss The trend began with compilation musicals featuring the songs of ABBA (Mamma Mia!) and Queen (We Will Rock You). Then Twyla Tharp put her own ...
Loss of Innocence
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 10, 2002
With its true stories of wrongly convicted death row inmates, The Exonerated transcends theater.
Love Songs
By Michael Buckley · Oct 9, 2002
Married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley highlight Lincoln Center's American Songbook series.
Friends and Colleagues Help James Naughton Celebrate the Release of His New CD
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 9, 2002
James Naughton (r) with wife Pam and John Oddo On Monday evening, October 7, actor-singer James Naughton celebrated the release of It's About Time, his new CD ...
Broadway's Proof to Close in January 2003
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 9, 2002
Anne Heche in Proof Another long-runner will soon be leaving us. On January 5, 2003, Proof will end its run at the Walter Kerr Theatre after 918 ...
Hundred Fold
By Peter Filichia · Oct 8, 2002
Filichia wonders who might be included on a list of musical theater's 100 most interesting characters.