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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 ...
Patrick Stewart et al. are Big Voices on Behalf of the RSC
By Adam Klasfeld · Sep 9, 2004
Patrick Stewart Photo © Joe Marzullo Patrick Stewart, Samantha Bond, Roger Rees, Stephen Campbell Moore, Mark Hadfield, Sinead Cusack, and Lisa Dillon will perf
Dodger Stages Complex Officially Opens
By David Finkle · Sep 9, 2004
(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Reminding members of the New York theater community that the new Dodger Stages development they were vettin
Slava's Snowshow
By Dan Bacalzo · Sep 9, 2004
Slava Polunin in Slava's Snowshow(Photo © Veronique Vial) Two clowns sail through a sea of fog. An enormous spider web envelops th
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Sep 8, 2004
Tom Wopat flexes his acting muscles, Karen Finley gets political (surprise!), and Stephen Sondheim is revued in Hoboken and NYC.
What's Left of the '60s?
By Peter Filichia · Sep 7, 2004
La Strada is now on CD, but how many other 1960s musicals have never yielded recordings?
Oh, Those Summer Nights
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Sep 7, 2004
Brief impressions of Corporate Rock, That is the Question, The Triple Happiness, Waitin' 2 End Hell, Diary of a Chambermaid, and Macbeth