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Think of John Wayne and Jean-Paul Belmondo
By Peter Filichia · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
Can I get through the day without having it happening once? I come to work at the Star-Ledger and, luckily, no one on the elevator asks me The Question I'm ...
The Frogs
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
You can add PS Classics' newly released recording of the recent Lincoln Center Theater production of The Frogs to the list of cast albums that are more ...
Sigourney Gets Leid!
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
Last night's frigid weather didn't stop the Flea theater from holding a benefit luau at the Tribeca Rooftop. Those present had ...
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
Mimi Hines They Call Her Mimi Thank heaven for parts like Miss Lynch in Grease, Mrs. Primrose in On the Twentieth Century, and any number of the ...
Gem of the Ocean to Shutter; Doubt Will Be Walter Kerr's New Tenant
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
Phylicia Rashad in Gem of the Ocean(Photo © Carol Rosegg) August Wilson's Gem of the Ocean will end its run at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Sunday, F
Clear Channel to Produce Tour of Cirque de Soleil in Concert
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 25, 2005 · New York City
Cirque de Soleil Clear Channel Entertainment has announced that it will develop and produce a 100-date, nationwide North American arena tour ...
Little Women, Big Talent
Sutton Foster in Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) There was a time on Broadway when musicals were star vehicles; shows were written for the likes of Mary
MTC Announces Essay Contest for Brooklyn Boy Tix
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 24, 2005 · New York City
Adam Arkin and Allan Miller (Photo © Howard Miller) Were you raised in a Lower East Side tenement by a poor father who barely managed to
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jan 24, 2005 · New York City
Peter Strauss in Sabina(Photo © James Leynse) THE DOCTOR IS IN You can bet that Peter Strauss will have learned all his lines for Sabina before ope
Little Women
By Marc Miller · Jan 23, 2005 · New York City
Maureen McGovern and Sutton Fosterin Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) George Cukor, who directed the first (excluding silents) and best film version of