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Capitol Steps: Between Iraq and a Hard Place
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 24, 2003
Ann Johnson, Mike Tilford, and Tracey Stephens inCapitol Steps: Between Iraq and a Hard Place(Photo © Richard Termine) The Forb...
Make Love
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 23, 2003
Chris Tanner, Lance Cruce, and Karen Finleyin Make Love (Photo © R. Lasko) Karen Finley's latest show, Make Love, was nearly shut down on Sunday n
A New Southern Writer Projected
By Peter Filichia · Jul 22, 2003
Late-blooming playwright Linda Byrd Kilian talks about debuting her first effort at the Alabama Shakespeare Fest.
Mike Salinas, Theater Journalist, is Dead at 46
Mike Salinas Mike Salinas, a theater reporter and noted gay activist, died in his Manhattan apartment on July 15. He was 46. Though final autopsy results will not ...
Feinstein's at the Regency Announces Fall Season
By Matthew Murray · Jul 22, 2003
Betty Buckley The cabaret venue Feinstein's at the Regency has announced its fall schedule of performers and acts, as follows: September 23-27: Ronan Tynan ...
Who is the Pip With Pizzazz?
By Brian Scott Lipton · Jul 22, 2003
Ana Gasteyer is Fanny Brice in the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera production of Funny Girl.
The Producers to be Featured on Curb Your Enthusiasm
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 22, 2003
According to a production source, the Broadway production of The Producers will be featured on the season finale of the HBO comedy series Curb Your Enthusi
Eileen Rodgers, Star of Musicals, Dies at 73
By Michael Portantiere · Jul 22, 2003
Eileen Rodgers in Tenderloin(PhotoFest) Eileen Rodgers, a singing actress who co-starred on Broadway in Fiorello! and Tenderloin and who played ...
Esteemed Boston Critic Elliot Norton is Dead at 100
By Matthew Murray · Jul 22, 2003
Elliot Norton Longtime Boston theater critic Elliot Norton, known as the "dean of American theater critics," died on Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was 100. ...
Edge
By Philip Hopkins · Jul 22, 2003
Angelica Torn in Edge(Photo © Carol Rosegg) There is perhaps no American poet whose life has been the subject of as much debate as Sylvia Plath. The poet