Theater News

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.
Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen...
Hello (and goodbye) to plays by Coward and Henley...
It's all about Bob (Cuccioli)...
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 13, 2000
These are a few of Barbara & Scott Siegel's favorite things: Copenhagen, HELEN SCHNEIDER, and LISA ASHER.
Quick Wit: Jordan Roth
By Christina D'Angelo · Apr 13, 2000
The producer of The Donkey Show has a mid-spring evening's chat with Christina D'Angelo.
Hitting a New Hytner...
By Charles Nelson · Apr 13, 2000
Charles Nelson finds NICHOLAS HYTNER hitting new heights, Contact's choreographer going to and Stro, flying feet Center Stage and more.
Deconstructing Williams
By Robert Kent · Apr 13, 2000
Brenda Bergman directs Ray Dobbins' fractured Glass Menagerie parody. Robert Kent roams behind the scene.
The Bradbury Chronicles
By Georgia Holof · Apr 12, 2000
Man-for-all-media RAY BRADBURY is profiled by Georgia Holof (one of his collaborators on a musical version of Bradbury's Farenheit 451).
Best Beth
By Kathy Henderson · Apr 11, 2000
Playwright Beth Henley celebrates Family Week.
Comden and Green: It's Always Fair Weather
By David Barbour · Apr 11, 2000
David Barbour has a chat with the venerable team, about to be honored by the Lyrics & Lyricists series of the 92nd Street Y.