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Helen Hayes Award Nominees Announced
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 11, 2003
The young Helen Hayes The nominations for the 19th Annual Helen Hayes Awards have been announced. Named for the legendary actress known as the First Lady of the ...
Irwin, Vogel, and Wilson Named Signature Theatre Playwrights in Residence for Next Three Seasons
By Matthew Murray · Mar 11, 2003
Bill Irwin New York's Signature Theatre Company, which devotes each of its seasons to the work of one playwright, has announced the scribes on whom it will focus ...
Local 802 and Theatre League Reach Agreement to End Musicians' Strike
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 11, 2003
Local 802, American Federation of Musicians has reached an agreement with the League of American Theatres and Producers that will allow performances of 18 Broadway musicals to ...
for colored girls...
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 10, 2003
for colored girls who have considered suicidewhen the rainbow is enuf Theatre Double is offering a fine production of Ntozake Shange's for colored girls who
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