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Fred Ebb, Lyricist of Cabaret and Chicago, Dies
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 12, 2004
Fred Ebb Lyricist Fred Ebb, whose collaboration with composer John Kander yielded the scores for such musicals as Cabaret (1966) and Chicago (1975), ...
Signature Theatre in VA Announces Expansion Campaign
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 10, 2004
The Singature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia has announced a $7 million capital campaign for an expansion project that will include two flexible black box spaces; the county and the ...
Entertaining Mr. Sloane
By David Finkle · Sep 10, 2004
Stephen Weston and Caroline Langford inEntertaining Mr. Sloane(Photo © Jonathan Silver) Nowadays, it's difficult to attend a Joe Orton play -- and perhaps
Johnny One-Note
By Marc Miller · Sep 10, 2004
The cast album of Johnny Guitar reveals a tuneful, clever, and lively score -- but, on CD, a little camp sensibility goes a long way.
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 10, 2004
V.J. John Bantay rules at SBNY's "Musical Mondays" and performer/songwriter Peter Yawitz revels at Don't Tell Mama. Also: What's up with the replacement casting of Broadway shows lately?
Ellington's Beggar's Holiday Resurfaces in Mill Valley, CA
By Matthew Murray · Sep 10, 2004
Duke Ellington The only complete score that jazz legend Duke Ellington ever wrote for a stage musical will be heard again beginning September 14 with the premiere of ...
There's No Business Like Snow Business
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 10, 2004
Barbara & Scott on Slava's Snowshow, Secret Bridesmaids' Business, and the adorable Stacy Kent's show at the Oak Room.
The Theatre Museum to Hold Awards Ceremony at The Players Club
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 10, 2004
The Theatre Museum will hold its first annual awards ceremony on Monday, September 27, 2004 at The Players Club, a private theater club founded by legendary actor Edwin Booth, ...
Flaunting Convention
By Peter Filichia · Sep 9, 2004
Filichia escaped the RNC by heading to the Shaw Festival in Canada, and he saw some shows on the way.
Neighborhood Playhouse to Hold Library Book Sale
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 9, 2004
The Neighborhood Playhouse (340 East 54th Street) will hold its largest-ever library book sale, September 11-17, from 11 am to 7pm daily. More than 3,000 tomes collected during ...