Theater News

Golden Days
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 24, 2002
Rick McKay prepares his documentary Broadway: The Golden Age for the film festival circuit.
Actors' Equity Appoints Flora Stamatiades as National Director, Organizing and Special Projects
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 23, 2002
At the Actors' Equity council meeting on September 17, executive director Alan Eisenberg announced that Flora Stamatiades has been named national director of the ...
Director Joan Littlewood Dead at 87
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 23, 2002
Joan Littlewood Joan Littlewood, one of England's most celebrated and controversial stage directors, died in her sleep this past Friday, September 20. She was 87. ...
Amour Interruptus: Two Preview Performances Canceled Due to Scenery Problems
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 23, 2002
Malcolm Gets in Amour It has just been announced that two preview performances of the new Broadway musical Amour at the Music Box Theatre have been ...
You Can Always Count on Him
By Jim Caruso · Sep 23, 2002
Lyricist David Zippel, never at a loss for words, chats with Jim Caruso about the new revue of his songs.
Hooray for Hilferty!
By Peter Filichia · Sep 22, 2002
Filichia remembers a time when award-winning costumer Susan Hilferty had designs on the acting profession.
Vaults Time
By Marc Miller · Sep 20, 2002
DRG has exhumed some more Columbia original cast recordings, and they range in quality from tepid to terrific.
Former Miss America Kate Shindle Releases Debut Solo Album
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 20, 2002
Kate Shindle(Photo: Laura Burke) The release of Till Today, the debut solo recording by former Miss America Kate Shindle, has just been announced. ...
Theater Community to Gather for Tribute to the Late, Legendary Producer Robert Whitehead
By Brooke Pierce · Sep 20, 2002
Robert Whitehead At noon on Monday, September 30, members of the theater community will gather at the Majestic Theatre for a celebration of the life and career of ...
Loving Love & Payne
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 20, 2002
Feinstein's opens the season with the lovely (and entirely painless) Love & Payne.