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All About Eve Reading at the Ahmanson in L.A. Raises $300,000 for The Actors' Fund
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 1, 2003
Calista Flockhart, Stockard Channing, and Tim Curryin All About Eve(Photo: © Michael LaMont) An all star-reading of the screenplay
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Helen Hunt lives Life x 3, Donna McKechnie taps her troubles away in Mack & Mabel, and Kevin Kline climbs into a dress.
Actor Michael Jeter Dies at 50
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 1, 2003
Michael Jeterin The Green Mile(Photo: © Warner Brothers) Michael Jeter, who won a 1990 Tony Award for his role of Otto Kringelein in the musical Grand ...
Life x 3
By David Finkle · Apr 1, 2003
Helen Hunt and John Turturro in Life x 3(Photo: © Joan Marcus) Theater depends on illusion, and Yasmina Reza is one of today's foremost illusionists; that
The Men of Camelot
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 31, 2003
Brent Barrett, Matt Bogart, George S. Irving, and Barrett Foa star in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of a Lerner & Loewe classic.
High Standards at Playwrights Horizons, April 7
By Matthew Murray · Mar 31, 2003
Liz Callaway The acclaimed Off-Broadway theater company Playwrights Horizons will celebrate its return to 42nd Street with the gala benefit "High Standards: There's ...
MTC's "Writers in Performance" Series Continues with Suki Kim and The Interpreter
By Matthew Murray · Mar 31, 2003
Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) has announced that its 2003 "Writers in Performance" series will continue with author Suki Kim in a colloquy on her debut novel, The
Wasserstein, Durang, and Landesman to Help National Corporate Theatre Fund Honor Robert Brustein
By Matthew Murray · Mar 31, 2003
Robert Brustein The National Corporate Theatre Fund, an association of 11 not-for-profit theaters, will honor Robert Brustein, founding director of the Yale ...
Curtain Up!
By Peter Filichia · Mar 31, 2003
With the latest Gypsy revival about to open on Broadway, everything's coming up Bernadette!
The Play What I Wrote
By David Finkle · Mar 30, 2003
Sean Foley and Hamish McCollin The Play What I Wrote(Photo: © Joan Marcus) People who regularly look for signs of deterioration in the quality of Broadway