Theater News

The 2001-2002 Outer Critics Circle Award Winners
Oklahoma! and Urinetown score big among this year's Outer Critics Circle Award winners.
The Best Musical of 2001-2002?
Filichia suggests an unexpected nominee for best musical of the current season.
A Qualified Success
Brooke Pierce takes a whiff of the Sweet Smell cast recording.
Family Values
Currently featured in The Man Who Had All the Luck, Sam Robards discusses his past, his parents, and his profession.
Broadway Bound
Lennie Watts shares his Broadway dreams in a fabulous new act.
Afternoon Treat
Treat Williams spends his lunch hour reading Arthur Miller at the National Arts Club.
Applause, Applause
A crowd-pleasing line in Morning's at Seven prompts recollections of lines that have engendered applause in other shows.
A Closer Look at...Chicago
Ben Winters winds his way through the Windy City's stages.
A Noble Departure
Adrian Noble, artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, announces that he will leave his post in 2003.
''The King'' and I
Complaints over a negative review of Kevin Gray in The King and I at the Paper Mill Playhouse bring up an intriguing question.