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Been There, Done That
The title of Mario Cantone's one-person Broadway show, Laugh Whore, is disarmingly accurate. There is no cohesive theme or arc to ...
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Nov 4, 2004 · New York City
Gary Sandy and the men of Lone Star Love(Photo © Michael Portantiere) GARY, TEXAS While Gary Sandy is best known for the hit 1970s
Rees Named Artistic Director of Williamstown Theatre Festival
By Adam Klasfeld · Nov 4, 2004 · New York City
Roger Rees Actor-director Roger Rees has been named as the new artistic director of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Rees will assume his post beginning January 1 ...
Pascal to Perform Civilian Songs at Joe's Pub
By Adam Klasfeld · Nov 4, 2004 · New York City
Adam Pascal(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Adam Pascal, who has starred on Broadway in Jonathan Larson's Rent and the Elton John-Tim Rice musical Aida
A Passage to India
By David Finkle · Nov 4, 2004 · New York City
The cast of A Passage to India(Photo © John Haynes) When E.M. Forster published Howard's End, the novel that guaranteed his ran...
Follow Spot: Patti LuPone
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 3, 2004 · New York City
Patti LuPone(Photo © Anna Thomson) Don't you try to pigeonhole Patti LuPone! After completing her training with the first class of the Dr
Give Me That New and Blue Note
By Peter Filichia · Nov 2, 2004 · New York City
The company of Wonderful Town performing"The Wrong-Note Rag"(Photo © Paul Kolnik) Martin F. Kohn, the theater critic for
Kitty Carlisle Hart to be Honored by Metropolitan Opera Guild
By Brian Scott Lipton · Nov 2, 2004 · New York City
Kitty Carlisle Hart The legendary actress, singer, and arts advocate Kitty Carlisle Hart, who recently celebrated her 94th birthday, will be honored along with her ...
Makor Sets Benefit Screening of Broadway: The Golden Age
By Matthew Murray · Nov 2, 2004 · New York City
Rick McKay(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The Artists Showcase Series will present a special benefit screening of Rick McKay's award-winning documentary Broadwa...
Can This Be Love?
By Charles Wright · Nov 2, 2004 · New York City
Kay Swift was the first woman to compose an entire Broadway score. The show was Fine and Dandy, a confection tailored to the talents of a little remembered ...