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Michael Ball to Star in New York City Opera's Patience
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 16, 2005
Michael Ball British musical star Michael Ball will make his New York City Opera debut this fall as Reginald Bunthorne in Gilbert & Sullivan's Patience, which
David Alan Grier Joins Mambo Kings Cast, Replacing Billy Dee Williams
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 16, 2005
David Alan Grier David Alan Grier has replaced Billy Dee Williams in the role of nightclub impresario Fernando Perez in the upcoming Broadway musical The Mambo Ki
The Pull of Negative Gravity
By David Finkle · May 16, 2005
Lee Haven-Jones inThe Pull of Negative Gravity(Photo © Geraint Lewis) During World War I, it was known as shell shock. By the Vietnam War, the more polite
By David Finkle · May 16, 2005
Daniel Fish's eight-actor treatment of this classic is an absolute must-see for Shakespeare lovers.
Anna Christie
By Michael Toscano · May 16, 2005
Sara Surrey and Kevin Tighe in Anna Christie (Photo © Scott Suchman) Could Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie be one of the 20
Crystal, Berlind, Newman, and McGuire To Be Honored at Actors' Fund Gala
By Adam Klasfeld · May 16, 2005
Billy Crystal -- star of the hugely successful autobiographical solo Broadway show 700 Sundays -- will receive The Actors' Fund of America's artistic achievement award at the ...
More Crowing and Complaining
By Peter Filichia · May 15, 2005
What will Filichia and Matthew Murray talk about in their next Bitch and Brag About Broadway session?
2005 Drama League Award Winners Announced
By Dan Bacalzo · May 13, 2005
Norbert Leo Butz in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Photo © Carol Rosegg) The winners of the 71st Annual Drama League Awards were announ
The Apple Tree
By David Finkle · May 13, 2005
Kristin Chenoweth does a tour de force in the Encores! presentation of this 1966 musical with songs by Bock and Harnick.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 13, 2005
Marin Hinkle returns to Miss Julie; Eartha Kitt, Michael McKean, Jack Jones, et al. fill New York City's cabarets; and William Finn is everywhere.