Theater News

Call the Children Home Continues Performances Following Cancellations Last Week
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 8, 2002
Performances of the new Off-Broadway musical Call the Children Home at Primary Stages will continue through this weekend after two shows had to be canceled ...
Drama Book Shop to Host Presentation on Arthur Miller, Led by Mel Gussow
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 8, 2002
In honor of the publication of Conversations with Miller, a new book featuring interviews with Arthur Miller, author and theater critic Mel Gussow will offer ...
Blue Boy
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 8, 2002
Actor Mike Doyle goes from homophobic rapist on TV's OZ to gay military poster boy in Burning Blue at the Samuel Beckett Theatre.
Burns Returns
By Michael Buckley · Oct 8, 2002
Frank Gorshin and Rupert Holmes bring George Burns to Broadway in Say Goodnight Gracie.
The Actors Studio Schedules Memorial for Kim Hunter and Rod Steiger
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 8, 2002
Kim Hunter The Actors Studio will hold a memorial celebration on Friday, October 11 to remember two of its most esteemed members, Kim Hunter and Rod Steiger. In ...
Brava, Francesca!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 8, 2002
Songwriter Francesca Blumenthal takes us to wonderful Places in a sequel to a great revue
Dinner Party: Ebersole, Loudon, etc. Officially Announced for LCT's Dinner at Eight
By Ben Winters · Oct 7, 2002
Dinner guest Dorothy Loudon Lincoln Center today made official the cast for its revival of Dinner at Eight, the George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber ...
Dropping in Unannounced on 42nd Street
By Peter Filichia · Oct 6, 2002
Filichia checks in to see how the new cast members -- and, more to the point, the old ones -- are faring.
Matt Bogart and Idina Menzel to Perform in Broadway Spotlight Series at Ars Nova Theater
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 5, 2002
Matt Bogart Matt Bogart (who has appeared in Miss Saigon, The Civil War, Smokey Joe's Café, and Aida on Broadway and in the recent
Broadway Buffy
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 4, 2002
Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon takes a bite out of musical theater, with spooktacular results.