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Julius Caesar
By David Finkle · Apr 3, 2005
Denzel Washington has no business acting in Shakespeare's politics-at-its-ugliest opus.
We're At It Again!
By Peter Filichia · Apr 3, 2005
What will be discussed during Tuesday's "Bitch or Brag About Broadway" session? What do you want to discuss?
Golden Age
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 3, 2005
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's play is an imaginative romp inspired by popular comic books.
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 1, 2005
Michael Portantiere reviews the Encores! presentation of this problematic musical based on a problematic play by Ossie Davis.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Mar 31, 2005
Marc Kudisch plays a villain, Kristin Chenoweth goes all religious, and Mimi Hines slays the crowd at Feinstein's.
Who's Afraid?
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 31, 2005
Barbara & Scott oversee the Battle of the Classic Revivals: The Glass Menagerie versus Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
April Fool?
By Peter Filichia · Mar 31, 2005
Is Filichia telling the truth about La Cage aux Folles, Reefer Madness, and Mimi Hines? You guess!
By David Finkle · Mar 31, 2005
David Finkle on Doubt, John Patrick Shanley's acclaimed play about a priest suspected of child molestation.
Welcome to The Jungle Book
By Adam Klasfeld · Mar 31, 2005
Who says that animals in children's theater have to wear fake fur imitations of Barney costumes, or that the sets should have drab, painted-on trees in soft tones of green? It's springtime, and it's a jungle out there. That means the streets of New York are teeming with nitty-gritty children's theater for your little ones. We at TheaterMania have eliminated all of the fluff, and we're focusing only on the most sophisticated events this April -- including the works of Kipling, Shakespeare, Bernstein, Gilbert & Sullivan, and theater from around the world.