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Santiago-Hudson, Delany, and Bauer Join Cast of Shanley's Defiance at NYS&F at Vassar
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 21, 2005
Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Dana Delany, and Chris Bauer have joined Academy Award winner Chuck Cooper in the cast of
Le Dernier Caravansérail (Odyssées)
By David Finkle · Jul 21, 2005
David Finkle on Ariane Mnouckhine's two-part, six-hour theater piece about the plight of political refugees.
Cast Set for Williamstown's On The Razzle
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 21, 2005
Margaret Colin Margaret Colin, John Lavelle, Aasif Mandvi, Michael McKean, and Brenda Wehrle will head the cast of Tom Stoppard's On The Razzle, which is set ...
Albee Seeing You: Virginia Woolf to Close on September 4
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 20, 2005
Kathleen Turner and Billl Irwin in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Photo © Carol Rosegg) It has just been announced that the Broadway revival of Edwar
New York IT Award Nominees Announced
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 20, 2005
All Wear Bowlers Nominees for the first annual New York Innovative Theatre (New York IT) Awards, to be presented on Monday, September 19 at the Lucille ...
Bent
By Jonas Schwartz · Jul 20, 2005
Martin Sherman's Holocaust drama receives a harrowingly accurate new production.
Suzanne Somers' Blonde to Go Dark on July 23
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 20, 2005
Suzanne Somers (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Suzanne Somers' solo show The Blonde in the Thunderbird will close on Saturday, July 23 unless ticket sales rebo
Tomei, Redgrave, and Cohen Set for Women Center Stage 2005 Festival
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 20, 2005
Marisa Tomei (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Marisa Tomei, Lynn Redgrave, and Lynn Cohen are among the artists who'll participate in Women Center Stage 2005, J
What They Do For Love
By Peter Filichia · Jul 19, 2005
The Marymount at the York Summer Intensive showcases some future stars.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 19, 2005
Jessica Hecht is Williamstown's top girl; Sir Antony Sher offers a stunning solo turn in Primo; and Lillias White's new show is cause for celebration.