Theater News

Dance of the Vampires Bites It; Jim Steinman Musical to Close on January 25
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 14, 2003
Mandy Gonzalez and Michael Crawfordin Dance of the Vampires(Photo: Paul Kolnik) Unable to overcome some of the worst reviews to greet a Broadway musical in ...
Erv Raible Announces Cabaret Conference at Yale
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 14, 2003
Erv Raible Cabaret maven Erv Raible has announced that he will serve as executive director/artistic director of a forthcoming Cabaret Conference at Yale University, ...
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Joseph Marzullo snaps away at Renée Zellweger, Edie Falco, Ron Howard and other notables.
At What Price Peace? The Lysistrata Project Encourages Anti-War Sentiment
By Matthew Murray · Jan 14, 2003
Lysistrata, Aristophanes' classic comedy focusing on a group of women who withhold sex from their husbands to stop a war, has become the basis for a ...
Bridgewater and DeLaria Join Marcovicci to Host First Annual Nightlife Awards
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 13, 2003
Dee Dee Bridgewater Dee Dee Bridgewater (The Wiz, The 1940s Radio Hour) and Lea DeLaria (On the Town, The Rocky Horror Show) will join ...
Laguna Playhouse to Honor Julie Harris at April 12 Gala
By Matthew Murray · Jan 13, 2003
Julie Harris The Laguna Playhouse in California will honor five-time Tony Award-winning actress Julie Harris at a black tie event to be held on April 12. Harris won ...
Moon Over Barrow Street
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jan 13, 2003
Drag legend and Broadway playwright Charles Busch stars in his latest opus, Shanghai Moon, for the Drama Dept.
Deadline Extended for Submissions for the 2003 Midtown International Theatre Festival
By Matthew Murray · Jan 13, 2003
John Chatterton, executive producer of the upcoming Fourth Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival (MITF), has announced that the deadline for script submissions has been ...
Remembering Claibe Richardson and The Grass Harp
By Peter Filichia · Jan 12, 2003
In remembrance of the late Claibe Richardson, Filichia thinks back to the first time he saw The Grass Harp.
Thirteen Broadway Unions and Guilds Form a Coalition
By Matthew Murray · Jan 11, 2003
In order to collectively address issues of common interest to all of their members who work on Broadway, thirteen unions and guilds, representing over 75,000 employees in the live ...