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FringeNYC Roundup #2
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 19, 2004
Ian Pfister (front) and Zack Calhoon (back) in You'll Have Had Your Hole You'll Have Had Your Hole Most people know of Irvine
Dracula, the Musical
By David Finkle · Aug 19, 2004
Tom Hewitt and Melissa Errico inDracula, the Musical(Photo © Joan Marcus) A Bram Stoker fan might wonder how the prolific author, once a drama critic for
Prelude to Off-Broadway Begins 9/30 at CUNY Grad Center
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 19, 2004
Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble The Alliance of Resident Theatres of New York(A.R.T./New York) will present the second annual Prelude
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 19, 2004
Katherine Helmond is the boss in The Oldest Profession, the Drama Desk Art*Kives are now decorating the walls of the Arte Café, and a Tree may soon be growing at City Center.
Standing? Oh!
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 18, 2004
Barbara & Scott watch Mickey and Jan Rooney put on a show, then they take in Isabel Rose's act at Makor.
Lunch with Richard Adler
By Peter Filichia · Aug 17, 2004
Filichia dines with Richard Adler, who's still got heart -- and lots of great stories.
Follow Spot
By Michael Portantiere · Aug 17, 2004
Are different techniques really required to act in the theater as compared to film and television? Also: Michael Berresse on his newest venture, intriguingly called [title of show].
BC/EFA Flea Market and Grand Auction Set for 9/19
By Matthew Murray · Aug 17, 2004
The 18th annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction is set to take place on Sunday, September 19, 10am to 7pm. Held in Shubert Alley and its immediate vicinity, the event raises ...
Groenendaal, Nixon, and Rice in Ménage
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 16, 2004
Sarah Rice, Cris Groenendaal, and Marni Nixon Broadway veterans Cris Groenendaal, Marni Nixon, and Sarah Rice will share the spotlight in M
MT&R Announces "Musicals on Television" Screening Schedule
By Matthew Murray · Aug 16, 2004
The screening schedule of the Museum of Television & Radio series "Musicals on Television," to be presented in conjunction with the New York Musical Theatre Festival, has been announ