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Star-Studded Celebration of New Federal Theatre Set for February 13
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 27, 2005
Woodie King, Jr.(Photo © Aga Cowan) On Sunday, February 13, beginning at 3pm, Ossie Davis and Lynn Whitfield will co-host a 35th anniversary salute to Woodie Kin
Pan Asian Rep Honors Anna May Wong
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 26, 2005
Anna May Wong Pan Asian Repertory Theatre celebrated the 100th birthday of pioneering Asian-American film actress Anna May Wong yesterday with a gala benefit dinner ...
Think of John Wayne and Jean-Paul Belmondo
By Peter Filichia · Jan 25, 2005
Have you ever been embarrassed to tell someone what show you were seeing next?
The Frogs
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005
PS Classics' cast album of the Lincoln Center Theater production of The Frogs has Michael Portantiere jumping for joy.
Sigourney Gets Leid!
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005
At last night's "Luau -- Flea Style" event, Sigourney Weaver and other notables really got into the spirit of things.
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005
Mimi Hines returns to the stage in the L.A. Reprise! production of Pippin. Plus: What we lost in 2004.
Gem of the Ocean to Shutter; Doubt Will Be Walter Kerr's New Tenant
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005
Phylicia Rashad in Gem of the Ocean(Photo © Carol Rosegg) August Wilson's Gem of the Ocean will end its run at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Sunday, F
Clear Channel to Produce Tour of Cirque de Soleil in Concert
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 25, 2005
Cirque de Soleil Clear Channel Entertainment has announced that it will develop and produce a 100-date, nationwide North American arena tour ...
Little Women, Big Talent
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 25, 2005
Barbara & Scott agree to disagree about Little Women's book, but they both love Sutton Foster and Maureen McGovern in the show. Also: A sad goodbye to Dick Gallagher
MTC Announces Essay Contest for Brooklyn Boy Tix
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 24, 2005
Adam Arkin and Allan Miller (Photo © Howard Miller) Were you raised in a Lower East Side tenement by a poor father who barely managed to