Theater News

The New Spalding Gray
By Meg Donivan · Apr 14, 2000
Basking in family life, the celebrated monologist chats on the phone with Meg Donivan about his new theater piece, Morning, Noon, and Night, playing in Providence at Trinity Rep.
The Sound of (New) Musicals
By Julio Martinez · Apr 14, 2000
Broadway USA/LA at the Falcon Theatre
Quick Wit: Merle Perkins
By Bobbie Steinbach · Apr 14, 2000
Bobbie Steinbach finds out what makes the world go 'round for this Boston stage favorite.
Short on Music, Long on Charm
By John Amodeo · Apr 14, 2000
John Amodeo speaks with the legendary BOBBY SHORT about his beginnings, influences, and upcoming performance at Scullers Jazz Club.
A Stage Match
By Paula Plum, Richard Snee · Apr 14, 2000
She's been called the 'Queen of Boston Theater'. He kept audiences in hysterics with his Richard Nixon. Now Paula Plum and Richard Snee give a he-said, she-said on life in the Boston theater--and 20 years of life together.
Reveling in Spring
By Michael Bettencourt · Apr 14, 2000
A Boston theatrical tradition goes Cajun.
Noticing St. Nicholas
By Melinda Lopez · Apr 14, 2000
St. Nicholas gets scooped up by A.R.T.
Starry Nights for Nan Knighton
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 14, 2000
Nan Knighton The lyricist and librettist Nan Knighton, whose credits include The Scarlet Pimpernel and Saturday Night Fever, will have her lyrics sung ...
Saundra Santiago Celebrates Her Roots at Arci's Place
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 13, 2000
Barbara & Scott Siegel have followed SAUNDRA SANTIAGO to Arci's Place...
Karen Akers Warms the Oak Room
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 13, 2000
...and the Siegels heartily applaud KAREN AKERS at the Oak Room.