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FringeNYC Excellence Awards Announced
By Matthew Murray · Aug 26, 2003
How to Act Around Cops The winners of the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival Excellence Awards have been announced. The shows were judged by a group ...
People to Watch
By Philip Hopkins · Aug 26, 2003
Philip Hopkins chats with five up-and-comers: Lisa D'Amour, Susan Bernfield, Ellen Beckerman, Raquel Hecker, and Ty Jones.
Moore and Cullum to Star in New Simon Play at MTC
By Matthew Murray · Aug 26, 2003
Mary Tyler Moore(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Manhattan Theatre Club has announced that Mary Tyler Moore and John Cullum will star in the company's upcoming Off-
FringeNYC Roundup #5
By Dan Bacalzo, Brooke Pierce · Aug 26, 2003
FringeNYC is over, at least for this year. Some productions have already announced transfers and extensions. Lost -- the Musical is getting a two-week run at the Connelly ...
Primary Stages Announces 2003-2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Aug 25, 2003
A.R. Gurney Primary Stages has announced the three new plays that will comprise its 2003-2004 season. First up will be A.R. Gurney's Strictly Academic, a ...
Heche, Mason, Kurtz, and Leonard to Headline L.A. Theatre Works' 30th Anniversary Season
By Matthew Murray · Aug 25, 2003
Marsha Mason L.A. Theatre Works (LATW) has announced the nine works that will make up its 30th anniversary season of star-studded play readings, all of which will be ...
Ninth Annual OOBR Awards Announced
By Matthew Murray · Aug 25, 2003
The winners of the Ninth Annual OOBR (Off-Off-Broadway Review) Awards have just been announed. The awards will be presented at the Minetta Lane Theatre on Monday, September 8 at ...
Big Improvements
By Peter Filichia · Aug 25, 2003
Filichia compares and contrasts three different versions of the Maltby-Shire musical Big.
2002-2003 Best Plays Choices for 2002-2003 Announced
By Matthew Murray · Aug 22, 2003
The 10 plays that have been selected for the 2002-2003 Best Plays yearbook have been announced. As is traditional, each of the plays will be celebrated with an essay in the ...
An Officer, A Lady, and an Oklahomosexual
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 22, 2003
The Siegels take in Phillip Officer at the King Kong Room, Ludmilla Ilieva at Dillon's, and Brad Loekle at Don't Tell Mama.