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Tom Bosley Remembers
By Peter Filichia · Aug 5, 2003
Happy Days dad Tom Bosley talks to Filichia about his stage career, including his current stint in Cabaret.
Louise Pitre to Play Joe's Pub
By Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 5, 2003
Louise Pitre Louise Pitre, star of the Broadway musical Mamma Mia!, will make a rare cabaret appearance at Joe's Pub on Monday, August 25 as part of the venue'...
Polly Bergen to Dance With Mark Hamill
By Matthew Murray · Aug 5, 2003
Polly Bergen(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Stage, television, and film star Polly Bergen, who recently appeared on Broadway in Cabaret and Follies, has
Epic Repertory Lists Upcoming Shows
By Matthew Murray · Aug 4, 2003
Epic Repertory, which recently completed the formation of its company under the direction of Richard Kuranda and Carolyn Woodring, has announced the shows that will make up its 2003-...
Bay Street Theatre to Celebrate Life of Elaine Steinbeck
By Matthew Murray · Aug 4, 2003
Elaine Steinbeck The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor will host a celebration of the life of Elaine Steinbeck and her contributions to the theater on Friday, August ...
Rock in Their Heads
TheaterMania is there with still and video cameras as Adam Pascal, Michael Cerveris, and other stars rock the Sh-K-Boom Room.
Chicago
By David Finkle · Aug 4, 2003
Melanie Griffith as Roxie Hart The best pair of legs on Broadway at the moment belongs to Melanie Griffith, who's gotten plenty of publicity for taking over the role ...
The Worst Titles for Musicals
By Peter Filichia · Aug 3, 2003
Inspired by the new musical Slut, Filichia lists 20 of the musical theater's most unsavory show titles.
Midtown International Theatre Festival
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 1, 2003
There is only one good way to judge a theater festival and that's by the level of consistent quality one finds in its productions. Without that, neither the critics ...
All Over the Map
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 1, 2003
Those Seven Little Words in Cleveland, Julia Pastrana in Fort Worth, and Fifty/Fifty in Baltimore