Theater News

TACT Begins 10th Season in New Home With Happy Birthday
By Diane Snyder · Oct 4, 2002
Delphi Harrington, Simon Jones, Greg McFaddenand Cynthia Harris in TACT's Long Island Sound(Photo: Joan Marcus) The Actors Company Theatre -- which, for nine ...
The Boy From Oz, Starring Hugh Jackman, Confirmed for the Imperial Theatre
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 4, 2002
The Man in Oz: Hugh Jackman Hot on the heels of the announcement that Broadway mainstay Les Misérables will be closing at the Imperial Theatre n
A Milestone for Young Playwrights Inc.
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Oct 4, 2002
The program that Stephen Sondheim wrought 21 years ago is going stronger than ever.
Spalding Gray Reportedly Hospitalized Following an Attempted Suicide
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 4, 2002
Spalding Gray(Photo: Paula Court) The New York Post's "Page Six" reported this morning that writer-performer Spalding Gray has checked into a mental hospital ...
The Blonde Baumer Morphs Into a Star
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 4, 2002
Marnie Baumer is wonderfully animated in her new act at Don't Tell Mama.
Stop and Remember Stop the World
By Peter Filichia · Oct 3, 2002
In 1962, a ''new-style musical'' from London by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse became a surprise hit on Broadway.
Les Misérables to Close on Broadway in Spring 2003
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 2, 2002
It has just been announced Les Misérables, the longest running show currently on Broadway, will close on March 15, 2003 at the Imperial Theatre, three
Boy George's Taboo Eyes Broadway, By George!
By Meredith Lee · Oct 2, 2002
Boy George as Leigh Boweryin Taboo in the West End With Taboo, Boy George has accomplished something that none of the other compilation musicals (e.g.
Sternhagen, Seldes, et al. to Appear in Staged Reading of A Place at Forest Lawn by Luke Yankee
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 2, 2002
Frances Sternhagen Quite a stellar slate of actors will appear in a staged reading of A Place at Forest Lawn, a new play by Luke Yankee and Jim Bontempo, on ...
It's a Hit -- At Last!
Filichia is moved and exhilarated by the original cast reunion concert of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along.