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The Shooting Stage
By David Finkle · Feb 28, 2005
Noah Peters and Hunter Gilmore in The Shooting Stage(Photo © Joe LaRue) Poor Elliot (Hunter Gilmore): He just wants to dress up in
Applause Theatre Books Will Close Its Doors on June 30; Major Discounts in Effect
By Matthew Murray · Feb 28, 2005
Applause Theatre Books, located at 211 West 71st Street in Manhattan, will close permanently on Thursday, June 30 after 25 years in business. The store, which opened in 1980, has ...
Singular Sensations
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 28, 2005
Barbara & Scott share their feelings about the solo shows Belfast Blues, Shylock, and My Price Point. Plus: Unknown Andrew Lloyd Webber at Joe's Pub.
By David Finkle · Feb 28, 2005
Oksana Lada in Pentecost(Photo © Joan Marcus) If Tony Kushner's Angels in America is arguably the best American play of the
By Marc Miller · Feb 28, 2005
Jason Dula, Lauren Shealy, Jeanne Lehman, Jane Bodle, andSteve Routman in Lingoland(Photo © Carol Rosegg) On the walls in the lobb
Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt
By Adam Klasfeld · Feb 28, 2005
Well, the groundhog saw his shadow last month and predicted that winter would last at least through half of March. There you have it! You and your children have more time to escape from the days of bitter cold to the warmth of New York's children's theaters.
The Controversy of Valladolid
By Dan Bacalzo · Feb 28, 2005
Steven Skybell and Gerry Bamman in The Controversy of Valladolid (Photo © Michal Daniel) After seeing The Controversy of Valladolid, a friend of m
Two Ladies
By Peter Filichia · Feb 28, 2005
Phyllis Diller and Penny Orloff have plenty to share with Filichia about their new books.
The Glass Menagerie, With Slater Instead of Roberts, Delays Broadway Opening
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 27, 2005
(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The new Broadway production of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie, originally set to open at the Ethel Barrymore Theatr