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Lone Star Love
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Dec 8, 2004
Jay O. Sanders in Lone Star Love(Photo © Joan Marcus) Oh, how faces light up when people enter the John Houseman Theater and see a
Cul-de-Sac
By Dan Bacalzo · Dec 8, 2004
Daniel MacIvor in Cul-de-Sac (Photo © Guntar Kravis) Leonard has lived on the same dead-end street for the last 15 years, but claims that he never made m
The Back Stage Guide to Broadway
By Charles Wright · Dec 8, 2004
Charles Wright finds Robert Viagas's new guide to New York theater a compact yet comprehensive and useful resource.
Gypsy Magic
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 8, 2004
The 2004 Gypsy of the Year competition raises nearly $2.8 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
A Number
By Dan Bacalzo · Dec 8, 2004
Sam Shepard in A Number (Photo © Joan Marcus) Do you believe in second chances? Salter made some parenting mistakes when his son, Bernard, was young.
Broadway Dancer Mark Arvin Dies at 40
By Matthew Murray · Dec 8, 2004
Dancer Mark Arvin, who had been in a coma since December 2002 following complications from a routine heart procedure, died on Sunday, December 5 in Dallas, Texas. He was 40. Arvin ...
Dracula, the Musical to Close on January 2
By Matthew Murray · Dec 8, 2004
Tom Hewitt and Melissa Errico inDracula, the Musical(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Dracula, the Musical will end its run at the
Ay, Columbia!
By Peter Filichia · Dec 7, 2004
Columbia House categorizes its films as "for him" or "for her," but shouldn't musicals be for everybody?
Bombay Dreams to Close on January 1
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 7, 2004
A scene from Bombay Dreams(Photo © Joan Marcus) It has just been announced that Bombay Dreams will close at the Broadway Theatre after the evening
Souvenir
By David Finkle · Dec 7, 2004
Judy Kaye in Souvenir(Photo © Carol Rosegg) In the old joke that goes "How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, kid, practice," the implication is that