Theater News

Dramaturgy, Thy Name is Woman
By Charles Wright · Oct 30, 2001
Charles Wright talks with Alexis Greene, the woman who wrote Women Who Write Plays.
Pat Answers
By Kathy Henderson · Oct 29, 2001
Tony- and Oscar-winner Patricia Neal prepares for her upcoming "Food for Thought" readings of works by Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote.
The Demon Barber of Halloween
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 29, 2001
Who is Sweeney Todd? Brian Stokes Mitchell...or George Hearn? You be the judge.
The Cabaret Convention Convenes at Town Hall
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 26, 2001
The 2001 New York Cabaret Convention generates both high praise and pointed criticism.
A Mamma Is Björn?Next Move: Chess
By Charles Nelson · Oct 26, 2001
Mamma Mia! is a monster hit at the Winter Garden, so guess what? Its ABBA auteurs are planning to bring Chess back to Broadway.
Red, Hot and New (Sort Of)
By David Finkle · Oct 26, 2001
Michael Leeds re-revamps Red, Hot and Blue for a new production at the Paper Mill Playhouse.
Life of Brian
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 25, 2001
In Chicago, Brian Lane Green slips into the Dreamcoat once again as he returns to his most famous role.
Young Playwrights Festival 2001
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 24, 2001
Do you wish to go to the Festival? Four talented youngsters show their stuff at Young Playwrights, Inc.'s annual showcase.
Frogs in Their Throats
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 23, 2001
Nonesuch offers a spectacular new CD containing wonderful new recordings of Stephen Sondheim's The Frogs and Evening Primrose.
Eye On Ionesco
By Ben Winters · Oct 23, 2001
Edward Einhorn, director of the Ionesco Festival, on how to celebrate an absurdist in asburd times.