Theater News

Kids Camp It Up This August at Camp Broadway 2002
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 26, 2002
Camping out on the Great White Way Normally, New York City would be an unlikely destination for summer campers, but from August 5 to Augus
The Musicals That Are the Food of Life
By Peter Filichia · Jul 26, 2002
The number of Twelfth Night musicals hasn't made it to twelve--not yet.
But Where's Tom?
By Charles Wright · Jul 26, 2002
Ira Nadel gives us Stoppard with all the details and none of the fun.
Catch a Rising Star
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 26, 2002
The Siegels are charmed by a new talent on the scene: baby-faced Brandon Cutrell.
MAC + ASCAP Spells Showcase: August 6 Benefit Will Feature Stephen Schwartz, Ricky Ian Gordon, More
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 24, 2002
Stephen Schwartz The MAC/ASCAP Songwriters' Showcase, co-presented by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs and the American Society of Composers, Authors
Frank Dies Again! Our Sinatra Last Show July 28
By Ben Winters · Jul 24, 2002
So long, Frankie. The long-running tribute to America's coolest crooner, Our Sinatra, will have its final performance this Sunday, July 28, at 7:30. The revue,...
Designing Man
By David Finkle · Jul 24, 2002
John Lee Beatty, one of the theater's busiest set designers, takes a few precious moments to chat with David Finkle.
Cheese, Louise!
By Peter Filichia · Jul 24, 2002
Pressed to name the cheesiest musical theater song ever written, Filichia complies.