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TDF Schedules TAP Performances for the Hearing Impaired
By Matthew Murray · Mar 5, 2003
Open captioning in use at Beauty and the Beast TAP (Theatre Access Project), a program of the Theatre Development Fund (TDF) designed to assist theatergoers ...
Manhattan Theatre Club Announces Its 2003-2004 Season
By Matthew Murray · Mar 5, 2003
Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) has announced its 2003-2004 season, which will include productions on its two Off-Broadway stages at City Center and at the newly ...
CBS to Air All Three Hours of the 2003 Tony Ceremony
By Matthew Murray · Mar 5, 2003
It has just been officially announced that, for the first time in years, the CBS television network will broadcast all three of the 2003 Tony Awards ceremony live ...
Dirty Story
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 5, 2003
Florencia Lozano and David Deblinger in Dirty Story (Photo: Webb Wilcoxen) "Conflict requires common ground," says a character early
Teaching Musical Theater in America
By Peter Filichia · Mar 4, 2003
Filichia recalls his days as a schoolteacher, when he used musical theater as an educational tool.
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Fabulous dames, a Broadway outfielder, a hot-hot-hot director, a legendary composer, and a really radiant baby.
Vive La Louise: Pitre to Highlight First World Cabaret Show at Town Hall
By Matthew Murray · Mar 3, 2003
Louise Pitre Louise Pitre, star of the Broadway production of Mamma Mia!, will appear on Friday, March 7 in Vive La Chanson, the first show in Town ...
Cyrano
By Philip Hopkins · Mar 3, 2003
Cyrano (T. Scott Lilly) with the reflectionof Roxane (April Cantor)(Photo © Stanley Stellar) Considered by many to have been the finest Russian actor in history,
Lyricist David Zippel Signs With Williamson Music
By Matthew Murray · Mar 3, 2003
David Zippel It has just been announced that David Zippel, who has written lyrics for the Broadway productions of City of Angels and The Goodbye Girl ...
Divide and Conquer
By David Finkle · Mar 3, 2003
Brit scribe David Edgar expounds on his "great American play," Continental Divide.