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Jena Tesse Fox Jena Tesse Fox is a lifelong theatre addict who has worked as an actress, a singer, a playwright, a director, a lyricist, a librettist, and a stage manager. While a student at Wells College, she also wrote for and edited the student newspaper, reviewing books, movies, and local theatre. By the time she graduated, Tesse knew that she was destined to be a theatre journalist, and so she is very excited to join the team of BroadwayWorld.com.


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The Seagull at the Blue Heron
January 22, 2005

Chekhov's tragic comedy of art and unrequited love returns to New York.

European Music, American Musicals: An Interview with Roger Rees
January 22, 2005

Tony Award winner Roger Rees will host the Collegiate Chorale's 'An Evening of American Operetta' at Lincoln Center.

A Powerful Aphrodisiac
January 19, 2005

Rob Handel's new drama examines the allure of political power, and the effects of an intern's diseappearance on a congressman's children.

Kathleen Chalfant on Poets and Heroes
January 19, 2005

Award-winning actress Kathleen Chalfant will narrate the New York Festival of Song's evening celebrating Russian poets and composers.

Kate Pazakis: The Sexless Years
January 14, 2005

A sexy, funny, and poignant new cabaret act is raising the temperature at the Duplex.

The Simple Love of Art: An Interview with Judy Kaye
December 22, 2004

Tony winning diva Judy Kaye, star of Souvenir, ruminates on music, comedy, drama, and the self-delusion of artists.

At the Hart To Hart Gala Celebration
November 28, 2004

The stars turned out to honor two of the best beloved and most influential forces in the American theatre.

Cam Jansen, The Musical, Clicks Into Place
November 27, 2004

A new musical adaptation of David A. Adler's children's books premiers at St. Lukes Theatre.

Johnny Appleseed for the Arts: An Interview with Kitty Carlisle Hart
November 19, 2004

Actress, operatic diva, and philanthropist Kitty Carlisle Hart talks about her husband Moss, the Marx Brothers, and raising funds for the Arts.

Death and the Ploughman
November 15, 2004

Well, it took more than six hundred years, but Johannes von Saaz's proto-Renaissance dramatic masterwork finally made it to the New York stage.

Bizet in South Africa: U-Carmen
November 11, 2004

This dramatic and sensual reimagining of the classic opera brings Bizet's tragic heroine to South Africa.

Uncle Jacques' Symphony
November 2, 2004

Dominic Hoffman expertly plays nine very different people in his new one-man play.

NYMF Review: Like You Like It
October 7, 2004

A new musical updating of Shakespeare's <i>As You Like It</i> premiered at the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

'Enrapturing Kids': Bringing Children To Theatre at NYMF
September 16, 2004

Meridee Stein and Pamela Koslow, the producers of <i>Captain Louie</i> discuss the importance of children's theatre and the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

'Increasing Empathy'-- An Interview with Stephen Schwartz
September 9, 2004

Oscar-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz talks about children, the arts, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

FRINGE REVIEW: ELLEN CRAFT
September 2, 2004

Sherry Boone and Sean Jeremy Palmer have created a new opera about a slave's daring attempt at escape.

REVIEW: THE LOVES OF SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN
August 29, 2004

Susannah York's solo show of Shakespeare monologues at the Blue Heron.

FRINGE REVIEW: 9/11-- THE BOOK OF JOB
August 27, 2004

This new theatrical choral piece compares the grief of Job in the Bible with the grief of a city coming to terms with a terrorist attack.

FRINGE REVIEW: NO SUCH ROSES
August 23, 2004

Shakespeare's sonnets are woven into several inter-connected love stories in this new play premiering at the Fringe Festival.

MITF REVIEW: THE BABY MONITOR
August 3, 2004

Jude Albert's new comedy ran at the Midtown Int'l Theatre Fest.