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Village Vanguard (New York, NY)
178 8th Ave. S.
New York, NY
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Broadway to Dim its Lights for Betty Comden, 11/28
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2006

To honor the life of Betty Comden, the marquee of every Broadway theatre will be dimmed on Tuesday, November 28 at exactly 8 p.m. for one minute in her memory (more...)

Broadway Legend Betty Comden Dies at 89
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2006

Betty Comden, whose work with the late Adolph Green epitomized Broadway's Golden Age, has died at the age of 89, according to the New York Times (more...)

Block, Broderick, and More Sing for Greenwich House 6/9
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2008

On Monday, June 9, 2008 at 7.30 PM an all-star cast will take to the stage for a one-night-only benefit gala performance of 'Comden and Green's New York'. All proceeds from the event will benefit Greenwich House Music School. (more...)

New Jersey Rep Presents THE JUDY HOLLIDAY STORY, 7/7-8/14
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2011

What! You've never heard of Judith Tuvim, the Jewish girl from Brooklyn with the IQ of 172, who took Broadway and Hollywood by storm in the 1950's. Perhaps that's because you've always known her as the actress, Judy Holliday, whose meteoric rise and fall is the subject of a new play by Bob Sloan. (more...)

Review - The Greenwich Village Follies: Interesting People On MacDougal Street
by Ben Peltz - Jun 29, 2011

From Jerry Herman's Parade to Martin Charnin's No Frills Revue to nights with Betty Comden, Adolph Green and The Revuers, the original song and sketch revue has been a favorite of downtown audiences for nearly a century.  With The Greenwich Village Follies, a new show that takes its name from a legendary production from the 1920s, composer/lyricist Doug Silver and bookwriter/lyricist Andrew Frank not only capture the smart, freestyle irreverence that made downtown revues so popular, but they use the format to offer an eighty-minute lesson on the history of America's first haven for artists, free-thinkers and non-conformists. (more...)

Review - All's Well That Ends Well: He's Just Not That Into You
by Ben Peltz - Jun 28, 2011

While Shakespeare's canon includes many couples whose relationships are of questionable health - Kate and Petruchio, Beatrice and Benedick, Mr. and Mrs. Scottish - few are as discomfortingly mismatched as the lead pair of All's Well That Ends Well. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Comden & Green's New York!
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jun 11, 2008

On Monday, June 9, 2008 at 7.30 PM an all-star cast took the stage for a one-night-only benefit gala performance of 'COMDEN & GREEN'S NEW YORK- FROM GREENWICH VILLAGE TO THE GREAT WHITE WAY'. All proceeds from the event will benefit GREENWICH HOUSE MUSIC SCHOOL and will be matched thanks to a challenge grant from the Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust. (more...)

New Jersey Rep Presents THE JUDY HOLLIDAY STORY, 7/7-8/14
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2011

What! You've never heard of Judith Tuvim, the Jewish girl from Brooklyn with the IQ of 172, who took Broadway and Hollywood by storm in the 1950's. Perhaps that's because you've always known her as the actress, Judy Holliday, whose meteoric rise and fall is the subject of a new play by Bob Sloan. (more...)

New Jersey Rep Presents THE JUDY HOLLIDAY STORY, Closes 8/14
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2011

What! You've never heard of Judith Tuvim, the Jewish girl from Brooklyn with the IQ of 172, who took Broadway and Hollywood by storm in the 1950's. Perhaps that's because you've always known her as the actress, Judy Holliday, whose meteoric rise and fall is the subject of a new play by Bob Sloan. (more...)