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Read Her Lips
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 14, 2005
Applause for a few very good men: Bradford Louryk, Antony Sher, Brian Bedford, and Richard Thomas.
The Dialogue That Makes Them Dance
By Peter Filichia · Jul 14, 2005
Filichia's readers would be very happy if original cast albums would fill in the words.
Pilgrims
By David Finkle · Jul 14, 2005
Jamie Carmichael's debut play catalogues the bruises that accumulate among four early twenty-somethings who wear their hearts on their Ivy League sleeves.
Wicked
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Jul 14, 2005
Ana Gasteyer in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) Imagine a nation that uses fear-mongering to cow its people and cynically exploits differences in color and
I La Galigo
By David Finkle · Jul 14, 2005
Robert Wilson's latest work is a colorful if not very compelling pageant that can test the patience of the audience.
Williamstown Offers Special Bus Trip from NYC on July 30
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 14, 2005
Williamstown Theatre Festival's Mainstage (Photo © Robert Benson) New Yorkers looking for a new way to get to the Williamstown Theatre F
All Over the Map
By Adam Klasfeld, Dan Bacalzo · Jul 14, 2005
The Ugly American in Berkeley, Band Geeks: A Half Time Musical in Chicago, and Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls in Jersey City.
Jackman, Close, Goldberg, Danner, et. al, Gain Emmy Nominations
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 14, 2005
Hugh Jackman (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) This year's nominations for the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, which were announced this morning, rewar
Walk Two Moons
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 13, 2005
TheatreWorks/NYC presents Julia Jordan's ambitious and often delightful new play for young audiences.
Casting Complete for Vineyard's Miracle Brothers
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 13, 2005
Jay Goede, William Youmans, Nicole Leach, and Gregory Treco will complete the cast of Kirsten Childs' new musical Miracle Brothers, set to begin performances at the Vineyard ...