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2003 MAC Award Nominees Announced
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 10, 2003
Barbara Carroll The Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs has announced the nominees for its 2003 MAC Awards, to be presented on Monday, April 14, in a ...
Tea at Five
By David Finkle · Mar 9, 2003
Kate Mulgrew as the youngKatharine Hepburn in Tea at Five It's impossible to attend Tea at Five, Matthew Lombardo's look-in on Katharine Hepburn ...
Did I Hear a Waltz?
By Peter Filichia · Mar 9, 2003
During a recent trip to Venice, Filichia scoured the City of Canals in search of an elusive waltz.
Unions Rally as Musicians' Strike Continues
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 9, 2003
Members of Local 802 and unions sympathetic totheir cause picketing in Duffy Square this weekend(Photo: © Matthew Murray) With no further negotiations scheduled
Women of Song
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 7, 2003
Brooke Pierce reviews new solo recordings by Lauren Kennedy, Heidi Grant Murphy, Ute Lemper, Amanda Green, and Melissa Errico.
I Want You To
By Philip Hopkins · Mar 7, 2003
Ken Forman and Monique Vukovicin I Want You To(Photo © Eric Maierson) A genuinely satisfying pair of one-acts is playing at the Paradise Theater downtown
Count Him In
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 7, 2003
Marc Kudisch on movie musicals, operettas, and his role of Count Malcolm in A Little Night Music.
Actors and Stagehands Will Not Cross Local 802 Picket Lines; Broadway Musicals Dark Until Further Notice
By Matthew Murray · Mar 7, 2003
Actors’ Equity executive director Alan Eisenberg (l) andpresident Patrick Quinn with Bebe Neuwirth (partially obscured)and Harvey Fierstein at today&...
Maureen McGovern Delivers the Whole Package
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Mar 7, 2003
Maureen McGovern celebrates her 30-year career in her latest -- and, thus far, greatest -- cabaret show, now playing at Feinstein's.
Out Professionals to Host Theater-Related Discussions
By Matthew Murray · Mar 7, 2003
Jonathan Tolins The organization Out Professionals has announced two upcoming, theater-related discussions. The first, to be held on March 19, will have La Boh&eg