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Halfway to Greatness
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 13, 2004
Barbara & Scott take in Sarah, Sarah, Trojan Women, The Boy From Oz (again), and Cleo Laine and John Dankworth.
Drama Book Shop Announces Talk with Arthur Laurents and Other May Events
By Seth Christenfeld · Apr 13, 2004
Arthur Laurents The Drama Book Shop, located at 250 West 40th Street in Manhattan, has announced three upcoming in-store programs involving authors of recently ...
The Tricky Part
By David Finkle · Apr 12, 2004
Martin Moran in The Tricky Part(Photo © Joan Marcus) Confessional memoirs peaked a few years back as a publishing trend without anyone making very much of
Intimate Apparel
By David Finkle · Apr 12, 2004
Viola Davis and Russell Hornsbyin Intimate Apparel(Photo © Joan Marcus) There was a time when plays known as "vehicles" were commonplace -- a time when th
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 12, 2004
Things of Dry Hours in Pittsburgh, Safe in Hell in Costa Mesa, and Last Rites in Boston
Meet Them in St. Louis
By Peter Filichia · Apr 11, 2004
Filichia visits St. Louis and brings back news of theater that he found in the Gateway to the West.
New York Musical Theatre Festival Set for September
By Matthew Murray · Apr 9, 2004
The first annual New York Musical Theatre Festival will be held from September 13 through October 3, having been developed by a number of New York resident musical theater-related ...
Spalding Gray Memorial Slated for April 13
By Matthew Murray · Apr 9, 2004
Spalding Gray A memorial service for actor and monologist Spalding Gray will be held on Tuesday, April 13 at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater, beginning at 4:...
Museum of Television and Radio to Expand Theater Holdings
By Matthew Murray · Apr 9, 2004
The MT&R in Manhattan The Museum of Television and Radio has announced an initiative to build The Theater Collection, which will expand the museum's exisitng theater
Broadway Performers Will Rock Out for BC/EFA on May 3
By Seth Christenfeld · Apr 9, 2004
Donnie Kehr On Monday, May 3, Rockers on Broadway will give Broadway folk a chance to sing a type of music they don't usually get to perform -- music by Led ...