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Ring Them Bells
By Peter Filichia · Jan 12, 2004
Filichia ponders the appropriateness of various musical theater ringtones designed for cell phones.
These Very Serious Jokes
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 11, 2004
David Greenspan and Will Badgettin These Very Serious Jokes(Photo © Paula Court) If it were not for David Greenspan, These Very Serious Jokes would
Casting Announced for The Broadway Musicals of 1926
By Matthew Murray · Jan 9, 2004
Marc Kudisch inThe Broadway Musicals of 1960(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The fourth season of the "Broadway by the Year" series will kick off on Monday,
92nd Street Y to Present A Tribute to Thornton Wilder
By Matthew Murray · Jan 9, 2004
Thornton Wilder The 92nd Street Y will present A Tribute to Thornton Wilder on Monday, January 26 at 8pm. This program in honor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning ...
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 9, 2004
Beauty of the Father in Coral Gables, Sky Girls in San Diego, and It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues in Phoenix
A Conversation With Craig Carnelia
By Peter Filichia · Jan 8, 2004
Over dinner, Filichia chats with composer-lyricist Craig Carnelia.
Pushing the Envelope
By Charles Wright · Jan 8, 2004
Charles Wright reviews a new anthology of 20th century "gay plays" and a new book on the Off-Off-Broadway movement of the 1960s.
Hell is for Heroes
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 8, 2004
Barbara & Scott tell Nothing But the Truth about John Kani and shake the blues away with Maude Maggart at the Oak Room.
Tony Administration Committee Announces Eligibility Rulings for Fall Shows
By Matthew Murray · Jan 8, 2004
The 24-member Tony Awards Administration Committee met today to discuss eligibility for shows that opened in the first half of the 2003-2004 Broadway season, and the eligibility ...
Yogi Will Empty Out His Locker on January 19
By Matthew Murray · Jan 8, 2004
Ben Gazzara in Nobody Don't Like Yogi(Photo © Alex Ottaviano) Nobody Don't Like Yogi, Thomas Lysaght's play about the legendary baseball player and