Theater News

Dead Divas, Live Talent
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 14, 2002
Downtown at the Duplex, the Siegels are serenaded by divas from beyond the grave.
: The Musical
By Peter Filichia · Jun 14, 2002
Filichia: The Columnist notes the trend of musicals telling us they're musicals.
A Musical of Great Importance to Open at LCT in the Fall
By Ben Winters · Jun 13, 2002
Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens Lincoln Center Theater has announced the impending arrival of A Man of No Importance, a new musical that will begin previews ...
Summer in D.C. With Raúl
By Diane Snyder · Jun 13, 2002
Starring in two Sondheim shows at the Kennedy Center, Raúl Esparza is where he wants to be.
OOBR Awards To Honor Über-Cool Off-Off Broadway Productions On June 24
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 12, 2002
Ivan Davilia and JoHary Ramosdo the Tango Masculinoin one of this year's OOBR winners (Photo: Carol Rosegg) With the predictably predictable Tony Awards ove
NYC Premieres of Works By Young Playwrights (and a Former Young Playwright) This Month
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 12, 2002
Keith Glover speaks to young playwrights Keith Glover, whose play Thunder Knocking On the Door opens Off-Broadway on June 20, will talk to the winners--all ...
The Song of Sutton Foster
By Peter Filichia · Jun 12, 2002
John Thomas Oaks penned an ode to Broadway's newest star when she was still a star-to-be.
Billy Bob's Kick-Ass Show at Joe's Pub
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 11, 2002
The Siegels wonder what exactly Billy Bob Thornton was up to at Joe?s Pub.
Judith Daykin To Retire as President and Executive Director of City Center
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 11, 2002
City Center City Center's president and executive director Judith Daykin announced today that she will retire from her position at the end of ...
New Haven Hosts the Seventh Annual Festival of Arts and Ideas, June 13-30
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 11, 2002
Basil Twist's Petrushka A smorgasbord of exciting and original theater, art, and thought arrives in New Haven on June 13 when the ...