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Goulet and Redgrave to Announce Nominees for 2005 Drama Desk Awards on April 28
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2005
Robert Goulet (soon to join the cast of La Cage aux Folles) and Lynn Redgrave (who'll star in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre Company production of The Constant Wife) ...
Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous) 1918
By Adam Klasfeld · Apr 7, 2005
The Axis Company's latest experimental piece, Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous), takes place in the memories of shell shocked WWI soldiers.
Tierno Bokar
By David Finkle · Apr 7, 2005
Djénéba Koné, Sotigui Kouyaté, and Hélène Patarot in Tierno Bokar(Photo © Victor Pascal)
When in the Course of Humana Events...
By Leslie (Hoban) Blake · Apr 7, 2005
Leslie (Hoban) Blake reports on the 2005 Humana Festival in Louisville.
What of the Night
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 6, 2005
This tedious play about Djuna Barnes fails to capture the best qualities of the acclaimed author's work.
Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow Dies at 89
By Charles Wright · Apr 6, 2005
Saul Bellow Saul Bellow, the Nobel laureate who died yesterday at age 89, is being lauded as a literary giant who, in the phrase headlining a front-page obituary in ...
Come Back to Jamaica
By Peter Filichia · Apr 5, 2005
Will Jamaica fare better as a Musical in Mufti than it did on Broadway in 1957?
Moonlight Madness
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 5, 2005
Here's the skinny on Moonlight and Magnolias, Julius Caesar, Passion, and Mimi Hines's recent act at Feinstein's.
Photo File
Delta Burke, Denzel Washington, Christopher Meloni, Debbie Allen, Kerry Butler, and other notables are caught by TM's cameras.
Steel Magnolias
By David Finkle · Apr 5, 2005
David Finkle assesses the Broadway production of Robert Harling's warm-hearted play about sharp-tongued women.