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Risky Business at the Fringe
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 9, 2004
A preview of some of the shows in the eighth annual New York International Fringe Festival
Wopat, Molina, Lypsinka, et al. are Voices for Change on Behalf of Kerry and Democrats
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 9, 2004
Tom Wopat(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Concerts for Change will present Voices For Change: A Benefit Concert to Take Back the White House this month at th
Rashad, Lindo, Hamilton, and Santiago-Hudson to Star in Wilson's Gem of the Ocean
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 9, 2004
Phylicia Rashad Casting has been announced for the New York premiere engagement of August Wilson's The Gem of the Ocean, which will begin previews at the ...
The Half-New Musical
By Peter Filichia · Aug 8, 2004
What disturbing trait do Forbidden Broadway, Menopause: The Musical, and Chuckleball all share?
To Tell the Truth
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 6, 2004
Fiction's the ticket and that's a fact; fans flock to Block at Birdland; and a peek Under the Covers at Mama Rose.
Your First Disappointments
By Peter Filichia · Aug 5, 2004
Readers name the shows which proved to them that musical theater doesn't always come up roses.
The Day Emily Married
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 5, 2004
Hallie Foote and Estelle Parsons in The Day Emily Married(Photo © Jonathan Barkey) Horton Foote is on familiar ground. In The D...
East to Edinburgh
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 5, 2004
The best solo shows result when a performer uses every resource available to advance a story; other actors present a one-person show as a calling card of their talents for agents ...
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo, Adam Klasfeld · Aug 5, 2004
Where's Charley? in East Haddam, Murder in San Francisco, The Stops in Seattle, and Miss Biracial Upper Midwest 1984 in Minneapolis
Frozen Goes on Ice as of August 22
By Matthew Murray · Aug 5, 2004
The cast of Frozen(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Bryony Lavery's Frozen will close at the Circle in the S