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Wrestling Porcelain
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 9, 2004
Dechelle Damien, Michelle Diaz, Karly Maurer, and Randi Berry in Wrestling Porcelian (Photo © Richie Fahey) Ever since Marcel Du
Uptown/Downtown
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 9, 2004
The mesmerizing Mystery Plays, a new Miss Julie, a dim bulb of a play about tulips, and three worthy cabaret acts.
PBS Will Air Broadway's Lost Treasures II in August
By Matthew Murray · Jul 9, 2004
PBS's Great Performances series will offer another installment of Broadway's Lost Treasures this August. Like its predecessor, the show will feature musical ...
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to Play Boston Pre-Broadway
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 9, 2004
The upcoming revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, starring Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin, will open at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston on February 12, ...
Choice Music on Music Choice
By Peter Filichia · Jul 8, 2004
Show tunes are represented on Time-Warner Cable via Music Choice.
All Over the Map
By Adam Klasfeld, Dan Bacalzo · Jul 8, 2004
Seussical in Kansas City, Mama From China in Los Angeles, the Un-Conventional Comedy Convention in Boston, and 4 Edges in Fort Worth
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 8, 2004
Bernadette Peters goes to bat for dogs and cats, Roz Ryan struts her stuff at Danny's, and Rosie Perez is feeling Reckless.
Caroline, or Change Announces Open Casting Call for Boys
By Matthew Murray · Jul 7, 2004
Anika Noni Rose, Marcus Carl Franklin, Harrison Chad,and Leon G. Thomas III in Caroline, or Change(Photo © Michal Daniel) The Broa
"Walkin' Broadway" Audio Tours Begin
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 7, 2004
"Walkin' Broadway," an audio tour of theaters and other historically significant sites in the Times Square area, officially debuts this month. Supplied with an MP3 ...
Dead Letter Office
By Peter Filichia · Jul 6, 2004
The epistolary play, in which characters communicate exclusively through letters, is not Filichia's cup of tea.