Theater News

That Old Keely Magic
By Morgan Sills · May 3, 2001
Back on the charts again, singer and swinger Keely Smith brings her Sinatra tribute to Feinstein's at the Regency.
How Embarrassing!
By Jim Caruso · May 2, 2001
Cathy Rigby and David Alan Basche relate their most mortifying moments, on stage and off.
By Michael Portantiere · May 1, 2001
Choreographer Randy Skinner on 42nd Street, the revival that's about to take Broadway by storm.
For Youngsters and Veterans Alike, There's No Business Like Show Business
By Charles Nelson · May 1, 2001
From the late MARIA KARNLOVA to the new generation of stars, the traditions of Broadway continue.
Fleck in Your Eye
By Andy Buck · Apr 30, 2001
John Fleck of "NEA Four" fame returns to New York in his newest performance art piece.
Best of the Best
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 30, 2001
The theater world mourns the passing of Otis L. Guernsey, Jr. even as it hails his successor as editor of the Best Plays series, Jeffrey Eric Jenkins.
The Only John in Urinetown
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 30, 2001
Theater and TV star John Cullum on his role in the musical parody/satire that everybody is talking about.
Alone With George
By Michael Hogan · Apr 27, 2001
Hershey Felder channels America's greatest composer, George Gershwin, in a one-man Broadway show.
The Producers for the Record
By Marc Miller · Apr 27, 2001
Even if you can't get a ticket to The Producers, you can buy the cast album, reviewed here by Marc Miller.
To Eyre is Human, To See Mary Stout is Divine
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 27, 2001
MARY STOUT, Jane Eyre's housekeeper, moonlights in cabaret, to the delight of Barbara & Scott Siegel.