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Thom Pain Extends to December 31; T Ryder Smith to Replace James Urbaniak on September 5
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 8, 2005
T. Ryder Smith will replace James Urbaniak on September 5 in Will Eno's acclaimed solo play Thom Pain (based on nothing), which will now play through December 31. The play, ...
Food For Thought to Feature Political Plays in Fall 2005 Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 8, 2005
Terrence McNally (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Plays by Clifford Odets, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, and Terrence McNally, will be presented as part of the Fa
Aaron Lazar and Chris Sarandon to Join The Light in the Piazza
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 8, 2005
Chris Sarandon (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Aaron Lazar will replace Matthew Morrison as Fabrizio Nacarelli and Chris Sarandon will take over for Mark Harelik as F
Rosie O'Donnell to Return to Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 8, 2005
Rosie O'Donnell (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) It has just been announced that 12-time Emmy Award winner Rosie O'Donnell is set to return to Broadway in Fiddler o
Mother of All Fringes
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 7, 2005
With nearly 2,000 shows, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe truly promises something for everyone.
Back for Seconds
By Peter Filichia · Aug 7, 2005
As the second annual New York Musical Theater Festival gears up, Filichia talks to its creators about their formula for success.
Latinologues to Move into Helen Hayes in September
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 5, 2005
Eugenio Derbez in Latinoogues (Photo © Alan Mercer)
Souvenir to Open at Broadway's Lyceum on November 10
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 5, 2005
Judy Kaye in Souvenir (Photo © Carol Rosegg) Stephen Temperley's Souvenir, a two-character play with music that earned rave reviews for star Judy
Good News
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 5, 2005
Frank Langella and George Clooney (!) open the New York Film Festival. Plus: Oedipus at Palm Springs, Tom Wopat, and Eric Comstock.
Immigrants and Lost Boys
Notes on recordings of two very different musicals: a recent Off-Broadway show and a true rarity.