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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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'When I Am Who I Am Most': Bebe Neuwirth
February 4, 2004

The Two-time Tony winner talks about Kurt Weill, Bob Fosse, Broadway, and herself.

CABARET REVIEW: CRAIG CARNELIA AT THE CHASE ROOM
January 21, 2004

Craig Carnelia returns to the cabaret scene after a seven-year absense.

An Interview With The Creators of THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS- THE MUSICAL!
January 9, 2004

BWW finally gets to ask, 'So when you write together, which generally comes first, the music or the lyrics?'

REVIEW: THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS- THE MUSICAL
December 22, 2003

The new musical at the York imagines a single story told through the musical styles of five famous- and very different- composers.

REVIEW: THE STORY
December 10, 2003

Tracey Scott Wilson's new racial drama opens tonight at The Public.

An Interview with Jamie McGonnigal
January 11, 2004

The director of the <i>Children of Eden</i> gala concert talks about the musical and how it is relevant to our times.

CABARET REVIEW: ANDREW LIPPA AT THE KING KONG ROOM
November 30, 2003

Since all the other cool theatre kids now play at the King Kong Room, it was certainly high time for Andrew Lippa to join in the fun.

CABARET REVIEW: JOANNE TATHAM-- SONGS THAT LED ME ASTRAY
November 18, 2003

Joanne Tatham's show examines how classic songs influence the perception of women.

CABARET REVIEW: JONATHAN FRANK-- SOME KIND OF MUSIC
November 14, 2003

Red-hot cabaret artist Jonathan Frank brings his popular show, Some Kind of Music, to the Duplex.

REVIEW: BOUNCE
November 5, 2003

Everything old is new again, as Stephen Sondheim serves up an old-fashioned musical comedy, currently at the Kennedy Center in Washington

Ten Questions for Tom Andersen
November 3, 2003

Cabaret star Tom Andersen answers ten questions about his career and his latest album, WHO KNOWS?

REVIEWS: LOVE LETTERS and WINDOWS OF LUCIDITY
October 29, 2003

Two shows recently ended their runs off-Broadway: A.R. Gurney's LOVE LETTERS and Douglas C. William's and Michael Ryan's WINDOWS OF LUCIDITY

Ten Questions for Jack O'Brien
October 19, 2003

This year's Tony winner for Best Director of a Musical answers ten questions about his career.

At the THE BOY FROM OZ Opening-Night Party...
October 17, 2003

What happened at the THE BOY FROM OZ party at the Copacabana club? Find out who was there, and who said what!



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