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Eustis and Manus Announce The Public Theater's 50th Anniversary Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · Apr 21, 2005
At a press conference today, it was announced that works by composer Michael John LaChiusa and playwrights David Grimm, Rinne Groff, Jose Rivera, Anna Deavere Smith,...
A View from the Bridge (and Tunnel)
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 21, 2005
It's About Time in Queens, Spic Chic in the Bronx, and Tupperware Orgy in Brooklyn
SIDES: The Fear Is Real...
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 21, 2005
Rodney To and Hoon Lee in SIDES: The Fear Is Real... Photo © Brian Barenio A poor man's version of Christopher Durang's The Ac
Hurlyburly
By David Finkle · Apr 21, 2005
David Finkle on the revival of David Rabe's Hurlyburly, which has just re-opened at the new 37 Arts Theatre.
Spring Fever!
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 20, 2005
There was much hilarity, heart, merriment, and music at this year's BC/EFA Easter Bonnet Competition.
Two-Fer Festival Offers Discounts to Theater Productions and Other Cultural Events
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 20, 2005
Natasha Richardson and John C. Reillyin A Streetcar Named Desire (Photo © Joan Marcus) Two-Fer/Two Weeks...AND THEN SOME, a speci
Y Concert Will Celebrate New Harburg Stamp
By Brian Scott Lipton · Apr 20, 2005
The U.S. Postal Service will release a 37-cent commemorative stamp in honor of the legendary songwriter E.Y. "Yip" Harburg on April 28, and ...
Tribute to Dick Gallagher Scheduled for April 26
By Matthew Murray · Apr 20, 2005
Dick Gallagher(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) A memorial concert tribute for composer, lyricist, arranger, and pianist Dick Gallagher, who died on January 20 at age 49
That Movie Was First a Play??!!
By Peter Filichia · Apr 19, 2005
The popular film On Golden Pond is based on a short-running Broadway play. Of what other major films is this true?
A Picasso
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 19, 2005
Jeffrey Hatcher's play about Picasso in Nazi-occupied Paris explores issues of artistic inspiration and censorship.