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A Very Crawford Christmas
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 26, 2001 · New York City
Joey Arias and Jason Scottin Christmas With the Crawfords(Photo: Billy Douglas) If you think your own family's dysfunctions become screamingly apparent during ...
Back Home, Post-Thanksgiving
By Peter Filichia · Nov 26, 2001 · New York City
Rex Smith, Linda Ronstadt, and Kevin Klinein The Pirates of Penzance Relative humidity. It's a term that you hear all the time on the ...
The Voice of the Turtle
By David Finkle · Nov 26, 2001 · New York City
Nick Toren and Elizabeth Bunchin The Voice of the Turtle [The Keen Company production of The Voice of the Turtle, first seen at the Blue Heron Arts ...
Loads of Love
By Michael Portantiere · Nov 23, 2001 · New York City
Partying after the Encores!Broadway Bash: Kristin Chenoweth...(Photo: Michael Portantiere) Whatever valid criticisms may exist concerning the City Center Encores! ...
What a Menu!
Jimmy Webb Sing Webb & Williams (Feinstein's at the Regency) Pop composers tend to be linked in the public mind with the artists who had colossal hits with
Forked Tongues
By Charles Nelson · Nov 23, 2001 · New York City
LANTANA-RAMA Anthony LaPaglia Mere hours after Speaking in Tongues bowed in New York at the Roundabout's Gramercy Theater annex, its film version swe
Youth Must Be Served
By Peter Filichia · Nov 23, 2001 · New York City
The 1974 revival castrecording of Candide Had a great time at the University of Cincinnati-Conservatory of Music, where I saw a nifty production of Candide
All Over the Map
By Ben Winters · Nov 21, 2001 · New York City
THE BOSTONIANS Boston Sings Boston Joe Antoun, artistic director of the Centastage Theater Company is giving Boston--and himself--an
Show Music Takes Its Toll
By Peter Filichia · Nov 21, 2001 · New York City
It started five years ago, when I was playing the cast album of big while driving in my car. The song "Fun" was playing as I approached the toll booth at ...
Rodgers Explored
By Ben Winters · Nov 20, 2001 · New York City
Richard Rodgers, the man who set down the music to Pal Joey, Oklahoma!, and South Pacific, also wrote a whole lot of shows you've probably ...

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