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McAndrew Replaces Judd in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
By Matthew Murray · Feb 26, 2004
Kelly McAndrew Kelly McAndrew has replaced film star Ashley Judd in the role of Maggie in the current Broadway production of Tennessee Williams's Cat On a Hot Tin
Sea of Tranquility
By David Finkle · Feb 26, 2004
Patricia Kalember and Dylan Baker in Sea of Tranquility(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Well into Howard Korder's Sea of Tranquility
Loose Lips
By Brian Scott Lipton · Feb 26, 2004
Lipton gets some lip from Lypsinka, as well as from Robby Benson, Karla DeVito, and Ebony Jo-Ann.
Casting Announced for The Broadway Musicals of 1935
By Matthew Murray · Feb 25, 2004
Emily Skinner(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Casting has just been announced for the second concert in this year's "Broadway by the Year" series, The Broadway Music...
Castree et al. to Appear in Gay Divorce for Musicals Tonight!
By Seth Christenfeld · Feb 25, 2004
It has just been announced that the cast of the upcoming Musicals Tonight! production of Cole Porter's Gay Divorce will be led by Paul Castree (Guy Holden), Stephanie Lynge (...
Blow Out the Trumpets for Flahooley!
By Marc Miller · Feb 24, 2004
The musical that marked Barbara Cook's Broadway debut gets a new CD edition, and what a strange but appealing concoction it is.
He Remembers Sherry!
By Peter Filichia · Feb 24, 2004
A chat with James Lipton, the lyricist and librettist of Sherry! (and the host of Inside the Actors Studio).
Beautiful Child
By Dan Bacalzo · Feb 24, 2004
Steven Pasquale and George Grizzardin Beautiful Child(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Beautiful Child is disturbing. It is also extremely well written, acted
Sometimes, Critics and Audiences Do Agree
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 24, 2004
The Siegels visit a Drowning show and have a somewhat better time when they take in jazz singer Tierney Sutton at the Oak Room.
Alda, Busch, and Roberts Featured in Bay Street Theatre's 2004 Season
By Seth Christenfeld · Feb 24, 2004
Tony Roberts The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York has announced its 2004 mainstage season. The season's first production, May 25-June 6, will be Charles L....