Brent Carver Returns in New Musical at Playwrights Horizons
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 31, 2002 · New York City
Brent Carver Brent Carver, the eccentric but extraordinarily talented actor-singer who won a Tony Award for his performance in Kiss of the Spider Woman and ...
Son of Drakula
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 31, 2002 · New York City
David Drake(Photo: Tim Atkinson) David Drake is not a vampire. However, he might just be related to Vlad Dracula, the historical figure that served as nominal ...
Imaginary Friends, New Play With Songs, May Puzzle Awards Nominating Committees
By Mike Salinas · Oct 30, 2002 · New York City
Swoosie Kurtz and Cherry Jonesin Imaginary Friends The new Broadway show Imaginary Friends may present to theater awards nominating committes a ...
Original Orchestrations for House of Flowers Reported Lost, So Encores! Will Perform New Ones
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 30, 2002 · New York City
The original cast recordingof House of Flower When the City Center Encores! series presents a staged concert version of the 1954 Broadway musical House of ...
Eleanor Reissa as Yentl (Photo: Richie Fahey) When Yentl cries out, "Papa, can you hear me?" you expect to hear a song -- but no song follows. The memory of Barbra
Richard Rodgers -- and More -- at the Convention
Rodgers and Hammerstein In our continuing coverage of New York's 13th Annual Cabaret Convention at Town Hall, we pick up on the fourth day of this seven day musical ...
One Halloween
By Peter Filichia · Oct 29, 2002 · New York City
Applause, one of the rare showsthat features a Halloween-themed song Remember that Halloween when you were nine? You probably don't, and I know I sure can't. ...
Debbie Does Dallas
By Brooke Pierce · Oct 29, 2002 · New York City
The women of Debbie Does Dallas (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Debbie Does Dallas, now playing at the Jane Street Theater, is the new musical based on the "classic"
By David Finkle · Oct 29, 2002 · New York City
Howard W. Overshown andDael Orlandersmith in Yellowman(Photo: Joan Marcus) During the discussion that followed a recent matinee performance of Dael ...
Anton Lives!
By Ben Winters · Oct 29, 2002 · New York City
Alan Mingo Jr., Nic Arnzen, and Clay Storsethin Moscow (Photo: Thomas Bliss) Go ahead, admit it: You think Chekhov is kind of boring.

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