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Callaway, Crosby, McCartney, and Walsh are Women on Stage for Songbook Project Benefit
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 7, 2004
Liz Callaway Broadway performers Liz Callaway , BJ Crosby , Liz McCartney , and Barbara Walsh will appear in Women On Stage, a benefit for The Songbook ...
Plan B
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 6, 2004
Plan B by CIE 111 (Photo © Aglae Bory) It's fitting that director Phil Soltanoff of the Toulouse-based Compagnie 111's production
White Chocolate
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 6, 2004
Reg E. Cathey and Lynn Whitfield in White Chocolate (Photo © Richard Termine) Crafting a farce on racial identity is a dangerous prospect. White Choco
MacDermot to Conduct Two Gentlemen of Verona at the Guggenheim
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 6, 2004
Composer Galt MacDermot will conduct a newly arranged concert version of his 1971 Tony Award-winning musical Two Gentlemen of Verona, a Shakespearean adaptation with lyrics ...
Getting a Good Revue
By Peter Filichia · Oct 5, 2004
Filichia chats with Martin Charnin about his latest projects and reflects on the writer-director's long and productive career.
Tribute to Tony Randall Held at Majestic Theatre
By Michael Buckley · Oct 5, 2004
Tony Randall A distinguished group of colleagues and friends gathered at the Majestic Theatre at 1pm yesterday afternoon for A Tribute to Tony Randall (1920-...
CBS Will Telecast 2005 Tony Awards on June 5; New Nominators Announced
By Adam Klasfeld · Oct 5, 2004
The American Theatre Wing's 59th Annual Tony Awards ceremony will be telecast by CBS in a live, three-hour program from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 5, 2005 from 8pm to ...
Queer as Folk
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 5, 2004
Top musical theater talents sing out in Queer Songbook: A New Generation of Broadway Composers at the LGBT Community Center.
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 4, 2004
Julie Halston gorges on White Chocolate, Lynn Redgrave previews a new play about her grandmother, and Jackie Hoffman's Kvetching finally comes to an end.
Off-Off-Broadway, Way Back When
By Charles Wright · Oct 4, 2004
Charles Wright reviews Playing Underground, Stephen J. Bottoms' critical history of the Off-Off-Broadway movement of the 1960s.