Theater News

Would I Sing for I Never Sang?
Filichia visits a new production of I Never Sang for My Father a quarter century after the play's Broadway opening.
Variety Show
At Don't Tell Mama, the Siegels take in a show by three uncommon women.
The first American cast recording of Honk! is anything but ugly.
The Trojan Woman
Donna Murphy goes Greek, the Drama League fêtes Liz Smith, and Broadway gets the greatest gift of all.
Fantasticks Voyage
Alas, The Fantasticks will be holding no more anniversary celebrations at the Sullivan Street Playhouse.
Good Listener
A few lessons from Rob Kapilow, who'll be tuning his inquisitive ears to the American songbook at Lincoln Center on January 27.
Seldes as Seldes
Marian Seldes flies solo in a special, one-night-only performance to benefit The Acting Company.
Compilation Musicals From Hell
Win free tickets by helping us to brainstorm ideas for terrible shows featuring the music of your fave pop stars.
More Beautiful Songs
In the second half of Filichia's column on the most beautiful melodies and lyrics ever heard on Broadway, songs by Irving Berlin et al. are singled out by readers.
Darlin' Eileen
An appreciation of the life and career of Eileen Heckart, by Michael Buckley.