Theater News

This Is Our Youth
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 19, 2001
Aspiring dramatists get a little exposure and a whole lot of education from Young Playwrights, Inc.
Patrick Boyd: More Magic to Do
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 15, 2001
Singer-actor-magician PATRICK BOYD brings his unique cabaret show back to Don't Tell Mama.
A New Federal Party
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 15, 2001
Woodie King, Jr.'s New Federal Theatre celebrates its 30th anniversary with a star-studded gala benefit.
There Is No Joy in Whoville
By Charles Nelson · Mar 13, 2001
The Seussical company trembles as DAVID SHINER is unceremoniously given the boot and cast changes continue.
Tennessee Williams: Man of Letters
By Charles Wright · Mar 12, 2001
Charles Wright pores over a collection of letters by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, published by New Directions.
Designing Woman
By David Finkle · Mar 12, 2001
Full-time beauty and sometime actress Marisa Berenson makes her Broadway debut in Noël Coward's Design for Living.
Ring Them Bells!
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 9, 2001
Faith Prince, Marc Kudisch, and company on the first Broadway revival of Bells Are Ringing.
Upstairs at the ''Y''
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 9, 2001
Barbara & Scott Siegel have high praise for ALIX KOREY, DAVID FRIEDMAN, and the new Cabaret Uptown series at the 92nd Street ''Y.''
So, You Wanna Be a Rockstar?
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 8, 2001
A session with Joe Shane, the star and co-author of a new show about a young musician's disillusionment, now at the Trilogy Theatre.
Quick Wit: P.J. Benjamin
By Ricky Spears · Mar 7, 2001
Chicago's "Mr. Cellophane" talks with Ricky Spears about gangsters, ballet, and The Andy Griffith Show.