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Film Version of The Exonerated to Air on CourtTV
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 19, 2005
The Exonerated CourtTV will present the world premiere of The Exonerated, a film adaptation of the critically acclaimed Off-...
GLAAD Announces Nominees for 16th Annual Awards
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 19, 2005
Gary Beach (center) and the cast of La Cage aux Folles (Photo © Carol Rosegg) The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAA
Broadway Bears VIII Auction Slated for February 20
By Adam Klasfeld · Jan 19, 2005
The Hugh Jackman/Boy From Oz bear The Broadway Bears VIII will feature 40 unique stuffed animals, each dressed in handmade costumes representing some ...
D'Abruzzo et al. to Perform Songs from New Musical Another Saturday Night in New York at Donnell Library
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 19, 2005
Stephanie D'Abruzzo(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Songs from Another Saturday Night In New York, described as "a modern musical romantic comedy," will be p
The Ballad of Kaye Ballard
By Peter Filichia · Jan 19, 2005
Kaye Ballard's new memoir leaves Filichia longing for more about the stars and shows that figured in her lengthy career.
Albee, McCann, Richards, and Thomas Speak at Drama Desk Seminar
By Michael Buckley · Jan 18, 2005
Elizabeth McCann, Edward Albee, Martin Richards,and Richard Thomas at the Drama Desk event(Photo © Michael Portantiere) As the Drama Desk
Casting Director Howard Feuer Dies at 56
By Matthew Murray · Jan 18, 2005
It has been reported that Howard Feuer, who worked as a casting director for Hollywood films and Broadway shows, died of colon cancer on December 20 at New Jersey's Hackensack ...
Isn't That Annoying?
By Craig Coursey · Jan 18, 2005
A primer on how to behave when you attend the theater.
Ute Unleashed
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 18, 2005
Ute Lemper sizzles at the Café Carlyle and Sam Harris soars at Joe's Pub but, as far as Barbara and Scott are concerned, Aphrodisiac flunks at PS 122.
Actress Ruth Warrick Dies at 89
By Matthew Murray · Jan 18, 2005
Ruth Warrick(Photo © Actress Ruth Warrick, whose decades-long career spanned film, television, and theater, died from complications of pneumonia on Satu