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Wicked Wizards Vereen and Weygandt to Switch Cities for One Week
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 22, 2005
Ben Vereen in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) Wicked stars Ben Vereen and Gene Weygandt will literally trade places from August 30 through September
Dedicated to the Theater
By Peter Filichia · Aug 21, 2005
A look at the career of Terrence McNally, whose aptly named new play Dedication has just opened Off-Broadway.
Channing, Cook, Lansbury, et al. to Celebrate Jule Styne at BC/EFA Benefit
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2005
Jule Styne Carol Channing, Barbara Cook, Tyne Daly, Sandy Duncan, Angela Lansbury, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Leslie Uggams, and Patrick Wilson are among the stars set ...
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2005
Soap star Renée Elise Goldsberry travels from Llanview to Verona, while Linda Lavin travels the country with a song in her heart.
Ricky Ian Gordon's Orpheus and Euridice Will Premiere at Lincoln Center in October
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2005
Ricky Ian Gordon and Doug Varone (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Orpheus and Euridice, a modern-day musical adaptation of the classic Greek myth by compose
Cumpsty's Hamlet Kicks Off CSC's 2005-2006 Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2005
Michael Cumpsty (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Classic Stage Company will kick off its 2005-2006 season with a new production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet
It's Outta Here: Movin' Out Will Close on December 11
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2005
John Selya in Movin' Out (Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Movin' Out, the Tony Award-winning dance musical
Make the Most of Your Music
By Peter Filichia · Aug 18, 2005
Filichia and his musical theater gang discuss their most often played cast albums.
Dedication or The Stuff of Dreams
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 18, 2005
Marian Seldes and Nathan Lane star in Terrence McNally's bittersweet valentine to the theater.
Where Lennon Went Wrong
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 18, 2005
Lennon is a lemon, but it's still better than Once Around the Sun. Plus: Notes on the Fringe and on Liev Schreiber's first film as writer/director.