Theater News

Rodgers at Bygone Theaters
By Peter Filichia · Jul 15, 2002
At which no-longer-extant theaters was the music of Richard Rodgers heard once upon a time?
TDF Doubles Ticket Subsidy Rate
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 12, 2002
Through the years, TDF has supported25 Pulitzer Prize-winning plays and musicals As of July 1, 2002, the Theatre Development Fund (TDF) began ...
The Book of Marc
By Ben Winters · Jul 12, 2002
A Marc Blitzstein Songbook shows off the wit and range of one of the 20th century's greatest composer-lyricists.
Monday, Monday
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 12, 2002
New Mondays showcases new songs by Stephen Schwartz, John Bucchino, and Amanda Green.
See Theater Beyond the Fringe...at Home!
By Peter Filichia · Jul 12, 2002
Gary Cole of StageDirect bravely traffics in videos of obscure plays.
The Full Monty Set to Announce the Final Weeks of its Broadway Run
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 11, 2002
The Full Monty(Photo: Carol Rosegg) The Full Monty may or may not be closing very soon. Beginning this weekend, the musical ...
Thunder Man
By Michael Buckley · Jul 11, 2002
Tony Award winner Chuck Cooper does double duty in a new blues musical Off-Broadway.
Queens Theatre in the Park Celebrates Latino Culture
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 11, 2002
Queens Theatre in the Park begins its 6th Annual Latino Cultural Festival on July 24, bringing artists and performance groups from Spain, Latin America, and the U.S....
Purists Perturbed by Retooling of The Boys From Syracuse for Roundabout Production
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 10, 2002
Promotional art for the Roundaboutproduction of The Boys From Syracuse Though the fact that Elysa Gardner of USA Today is writing a series of articles ...
The Spirit of 1776
By Peter Filichia · Jul 10, 2002
Filichia revels in the masterpiece that Sherman Edwards and Peter Stone crafted in 1776.