Yip Yip Hooray! Three Cheers for Yip Harburg As He Gets His Own Postage Stamp
by Kerrie Smith - May 2, 2005
On April 28 the US Postal Service unveiled a postage stamp bearing the image of renowned lyricist Yip Harburg. (more...)
SWEENEY TODD's Roy Gioconda Dies at 77
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2010
Chicagoland actor Roy Gioconda passed away Friday, Feb. 26. He had suffered with lung cancer. (more...)
BWW Reviews: Browder Directs Proud Revival of THE BOYS IN THE BAND For Out Front on Main
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 8, 2012
There's not a lot to be proud of in Crowley's epochal play that made history as the first piece for mainstream theater to look at homosexuality with a clear, if assuredly off-putting, gaze. The playwright took off the rose-colored glasses that his character Emory would likely have worn to present a no-holds-barred examination of the modern homosexual's manners and sexual mores that now come across as a shocking blend of witheringly disdainful glances, the then-surprising and liberal use of expletives, and the evisceration of the modern gay man's voyeuristic and wanton interactions. (more...)
Theatre Legend Lea Salonga on ALLEGIANCE, Her Stage Legacy & Bringing a Brand New Show to Town Hall
Broadway Flashback- 18-Year-Old Laura Benanti Sings 'The Sound of Music'!
Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer Talk SOUND OF MUSIC in All-New Interview
STAGE TUBE: Watch Imelda Staunton Belt it Out as 'Mama Rose' in West End's GYPSY!
SOUND OFF World Premiere Exclusive: Joel Grey In GEORGE M! On THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW