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Krakowski to Join McGregor in London Guys and Dolls
By Matthew Murray · Jan 7, 2005
Jane Krakowski(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) It has been confirmed to TheaterMania.com that Jane Krakowski will be co-starring in the upcoming production of Guys a...
Audra McDonald, Recovered from Illness, to Perform Remaining American Songbook Concerts This Weekend
By Matthew Murray · Jan 7, 2005
Audra McDonald Audra McDonald will play the remaining two performances of her American Songbook concert engagement this weekend as scheduled. The four-time ...
Under Exposure
By Joseph Marzullo · Jan 7, 2005
Donald Trump and other celebs make the scene as Kathie Lee Gifford's musical Under the Bridge opens at the Zipper Theatre.
Under the Bridge
By David Finkle · Jan 6, 2005
Ed Dixon in Under the Bridge(Photo © Joan Marcus) Perhaps it's my lamentable middle-class values that keep me from recommending Under the Bridge, t
Your Favorite Replacements
By Peter Filichia · Jan 6, 2005
What Broadway replacements do you wish had been recorded? Filichia tallies readers' choices.
Return to the Forbidden? Plan It!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 6, 2005
Barbara & Scott see Forbidden Broadway twice and Falling Off Broadway once too often. Plus: A new Frankenstein and a surprise from Sylvia McNair.
A Shakespearean Film Retrospective of Sir Ian McKellen Scheduled at Kaye Playhouse
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 6, 2005
The Shakespeare Society will present A Shakespearean Film Retrospective of Sir Ian McKellen on Monday, February 7, 2005 from 6:30 to 8pm at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter ...
Roundabout Theatre Company Signs on as Co-Producer of Glengarry Glen Ross
By Matthew Murray · Jan 6, 2005
The Roundabout Theatre Company has joined the producing team of the upcoming Broadway revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, set to open on Sunday, May 1 at the Royale ...
Another Fabulous Invalid
By Peter Filichia · Jan 4, 2005
In these lean times, a group of small labels is working to keep musical theater cast recordings alive.
Something's Afoot
By Charles Wright · Jan 4, 2005
Charles Wright reviews Writer's Block, a musical-theater-themed murder mystery by Bruce Kimmel.