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No Place Like This
By Kirk Wood Bromley · May 22, 2000 · New York City
From A Place Like This There is something strangely invigorating about the plays of C.J. Hopkins. More abstract than Shepard, more concrete than Mamet, both
The Funnies
By Jim Caruso · May 22, 2000 · New York City
Mario Cantone doing his Cats rant, Carol Burnett doing anything, Julie Halston's "imitation Louis Vuitton handbag" story, the term "garlic knot", Matthew Perry's timing, si
Visiting Broadway: Johnny Mathis and Kathie Lee Gifford
By Michael Portantiere · May 19, 2000 · New York City
Johnny Mathis has never done a Broadway show, but the Top-40 hits of his early career included recordings of songs from such shows as West Side Story and Gypsy. Though ...
Quick Wit: Linda Powell
By Christina D'Angelo · May 19, 2000 · New York City
A famous daddy can possibly get you there, but only talent can keep you there, as Colin Powell's daughter's track record proves. Linda Powell, currently staring Off-Broadway in ...
The Sweet Sound of Music
By Richard Ridge · May 19, 2000 · New York City
The sound of "Seventy-Six Trombones" can once again be heard on Broadway in the triumphant new production of The Music Man, directed and choreographed by Tony Awa
Lorinda Lisitza: For the Love of Weill
By Ricky Spears · May 19, 2000 · New York City
It's not often that talented performers get to do astonishing work Off-Off Broadway in a musical revue. But the current revival of the 1972 cabaret/theater piece
The Bat, Furballs, and Ache at The Flea
By Ilana Simons · May 18, 2000 · New York City
Poster design: David Prittie After watching friends literally get ill working in Off-Off Broadway venues for ten years, director Jim Simpson decided to open his own
Sherie, Baby
By Christina D'Angelo · May 17, 2000 · New York City
Sherie as Amneris in Aida Raised in Kansas by an Amish Mennonite mother and a cavalry-riding father, Sherie René Scott was an unlikely candidate for Bro
E...Her Name is Ethel
By Georgia Holof · May 17, 2000 · New York City
The hottest news on the new play front is that the multi-medium-loving bi-coastal director Joan Micklin Silver is returning to the New York stage with a new play, The Betrayal o

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