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Julius Caesar
By Brooke Pierce · Jan 27, 2003 · New York City
Graham Winton and Earl Hindman in Julius Caesar(Photo: Gerry Goodstein) In the program for the Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) ...
Casting Announced for Encores! House of Flowers
By Matthew Murray · Jan 27, 2003 · New York City
Armelia McQueen Tonya Pinkins, Armelia McQueen, and Maurice Hines are among the cast members who have been announced for , the first production of the City Center ...
People to Watch
By Philip Hopkins · Jan 27, 2003 · New York City
The talent pool that infuses the New York theater scene is one of the most interesting, vital, and creative groups of people on earth. ...
The Duke of Old Broadway
By Peter Filichia · Jan 26, 2003 · New York City
Patty Duke in Oklahoma! (Photo: Joan Marcus) So what does Patty Duke in Oklahoma! have in common with Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl and Zero Mo
Debbie on Disc
By Brooke Pierce · Jan 24, 2003 · New York City
Well, this is definitely one of the more peculiar CDs to come out in recent memory. But what else could be expected of the cast recording of Debbie Does Dallas
By Michael Portantiere · Jan 24, 2003 · New York City
Stephen R. Buntrock and Patty Duke in Oklahoma!(Photo: Joan Marcus ) It's colder than a witch's whatever on the streets of New York ...
On the Twentieth Century
By Jonas Schwartz · Jan 24, 2003 · New York City
Robert Picardo, Damon Kirsche, Dan Butler, Carolee Carmello,Bob Gunton, and Mimi Hines in On the Twentieth Century(Photo: Tom Drucker) ...
Wide-Opening Spaces
By David Finkle · Jan 24, 2003 · New York City
The new Playwrights Horizons(Photo: Michael Portantiere) The big theater news this week is the appearance of small and smallish Off-Broadway houses. Just after noon ...
Tennie, Anyone?
Tennie Leonard Everyone is looking for the next hot thing. Film people want to know, "Who's the next Julia Roberts?" (That would be Reese Witherspoon, in case you ...
Drama Desk Schedules Panel Discussion of Musical Adaptations
By Brooke Pierce · Jan 24, 2003 · New York City
David Henry Hwang On February 6, the Drama Desk will present its first panel discussion of the year. The topic is "Today's Musical Adaptations: The Value of ...