Theater News

Red, Hot and New (Sort Of)
By David Finkle · Oct 26, 2001 · New York City
Jim Walton and Debbie Gravittein Red, Hot and Blue(Photo: Jerry Dalia) There may not be many musical comedy purists left. I'm talking about folks who insist ...
Life of Brian
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 25, 2001 · New York City
Brian Lane Green Brian Lane Green's angelic visage and gorgeous singing voice make him a natural for the title role in Joseph and the Amazi
Young Playwrights Festival 2001
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 24, 2001 · New York City
A fraught moment from Woof, seen in the2000 Young Playwrights Festival Those of you who like to gloat that "I was a fan of so-and-so's work way back when" ...
Frogs in Their Throats
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 23, 2001 · New York City
As the years go by, the percentage of Stephen Sondheim's creative output that can be characterized as "unsung" grows smaller and smaller. Performers and presenters ...
Eye On Ionesco
By Ben Winters · Oct 23, 2001 · New York City
Andrew Price and Peter Brown in Rhinoceros Foregoing Dr. Seuss and Amelia Bedilia, Edward Einhorn's older brother used to read ...
The Amazing Miss Mayes
By Jim Caruso · Oct 22, 2001 · New York City
Sally Mayes(Photo: Bill Westmoreland) I get to interview so many insanely talented people (and some talented insane people) for this page. Some of them I know, some ...
Subways are for Fynsworth
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 22, 2001 · New York City
Musical theater buffs are pleased as punch that the original Broadway cast album of the 1961 Jule Styne-Betty Comden-Adolph Green musical Subways Are For Sleeping
Signature Tunes
Ann Hampton Callaway No one who follows Ann Hampton Callaway's career would dispute her musical gifts. The only serious criticism we have leveled at her in the past ...
A Visit to Chicago
By Charles Nelson · Oct 19, 2001 · New York City
Chita Rivera and John McMartin in The Visit(Photo: Eric Y. Exit) DARK LADY Last weekend's high-alert hysteria made for white-knuckled but mercifully ...
Sing Out, Louise!
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Oct 19, 2001 · New York City
Louise Pitre America has always welcomed our performing cousins from the North, making major stars of Canadian expats like Christopher Plummer, Hume Cronyn, the ...

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