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Fanny Kemble in Stratford, The Merchant of Venice in San Francisco, and Keep Ishmael in Chicago.
Martin Short to Host Broadway on Broadway on September 10
Martin Short (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Tony Award-winner Martin Short will host the 15th annual Broadway on Broadway concert. The free event will be held
Atlantic Theater Company to Present World Premiere of New Musical by Patty Griffin and Keith Bunin
Patty Griffin The final show of the Atlantic Theater Company's 2006-2007 season will be the world premiere production of a musical with a score by singer/songwriter ...
Director/Educator Lawrence Sacharow Dies at 68
Lawrence Sacharow, who received a 1994 Lucille Lortel Award for his direction of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize winning play Three Tall Women Off-Broadway, died of leukemia on ...
2006 Barrymore Award Nominees Announced
Lauren Kennedy and Jarrod Emick in Waiting for the Moon The Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia has announced the nominees for ...
Alan Ball, Martha Clarke, Jo Bonney et. al to Participate in New York Theatre Workshop's 2006-2007 Season
Jo Bonney New York Theatre Workshop has announced its full 2006-2007 season, which will include world premieres by Alan Ball and Martha Clarke, as well as works by ...
John C. Reilly to Appear in Tale of 2Cities at P.S. 122
John C. Reilly(© Michael Portantiere) Stage and film star John C. Reilly will appear in Heather Woodbury's Tale of 2Cities: An American Joyride on Multiple Tr...
Annie Golden, Candy Buckley, Eartha Kitt, et al. to Star in Mimi le Duck
Annie Golden(© Michael Portantiere) Annie Golden, Candy Buckley, Robert DuSold, Allen Fitzpatrick, Ken Jennings, Marcus Neville, and Eartha Kitt will star in ...
Company to Open on Broadway November 29
Raúl Esparza in Company(© Sandy Underwood) 2006 Tony Award winner John Doyle's production of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical Company
Vineyard Run of [title of show] Extended Through October 1
Jeff Bowen and Heidi Blickenstaffin [title of show](© Carol Rosegg) The Vineyard Theatre run of the hit musical [title of show] has been extended t