Theater News

Heigh-Ho, The Glamorous Life
Scott Logsdon's The Glamorous Life, an Internet serial filled with backstage intrigue and in-jokes, is a hit with readers.
Keating, Marineau, McCourt, McGrath, and Perkins to Keep Company With A Man of No Importance
Roger Rees Charles Keating, Barbara Marineau, Sean McCourt, Katherine McGrath, and Patti Perkins have joined the cast of Lincoln Center Theater's upcoming world ...
Carole Cook and Tom Troupe to Receive Ovation Awards for Career Achievement
Carole Cook and Tom Troupe, a married couple of stage, film, and TV performers, will be honored for career achievement at the 2002 Ovation Awards ceremony this fall.
What Can You Lose?
An e-mail from a reader prompts thoughts of show songs that might be expendable.
Rattlestick Theatre to Offer Four World Premieres This Season
Jonathan Tolins New York's Rattlestick Theatre has announced that four brand new plays will make up its eighth season, which will begin on September 4 with the world ...
Attention, Dancing Queens: Mamma Mia! is Auditioning in Florida
Mamma Mia! Mamma Mia! You, too, can be in ABBA's hit musical: Open-call auditions for male and female dancer/singers will take place July 28-July 30 in Tampa ...
Come Fly With Lindberg at Danny's Piano Bar
At Danny's on Restaurant Row, the one and only Charles Lindberg flies the Siegels to the moon.
Alfred the Great
Kean was a botched, early-'60s attempt to revive operetta, but Alfred Drake is glorious in the title role.
One Size Should Fit All
Filichia rails against the varying dimensions of theater programs, dammit!
Jason Alexander and Martin Short to Play The Producers in L.A., Far From N.Y.C. Critics
Jason Alexander Seinfeld sidekick Jason Alexander was confirmed yesterday for the estimable role of Max Bialystock in the L.A. production of the smash hit T