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Margaret Cross

Margaret Cross MARGARET CROSS was born in Ohio, raised in Florida, and currently resides in New York City, where she is a singer and actress. She is a Florida State University graduate, where she studied music journalism, history, and philosophy. Her CD reviews can be found on Music.Com and Clovis Records. She enjoys comic books, ukulele, and recently discovered an enthusiasm for fireworks.



Marco Millions (based on lies): A History of Truthiness
September 4, 2006

The Waterwell companypresents a musical adaptation of the Eugene O'Neill play.

Titus X: Andronicus with Earplugs
August 22, 2006

The Tank Theatre and Fugly Productions presents a punk rock take on the Shakesperean orgy of sex, violence, and cannibalism.

Secrets: Keep It To Yourself
July 13, 2006

A new play about marital drama at the Theatre At St. Luke's.

Stupid Kids: Welcome To The (Blackboard) Jungle
June 6, 2006

The Sturm und Drang Company presents a revival of John C. Russells' tale of teen angst in the 80's.

Trout Stanley: 'You ever seen snails make love?'
May 25, 2006

The Renaissant Arts company presents Canadian playwright Claudia Deys' quirky new play.

Musicals Tonight! presents Oh Lady! Lady!!: Lady be Good!
May 12, 2006

Staged reading stalwarts Musicals Tonight! revives a Kern/Wodehouse gem.

An Interview With Simone: A Musical Legacy
April 19, 2006

Simone, daughter of Nina Simone, celebrates' her mothers' musical legacy with an concert at Town Hall on April 21st.

Prometheus Passion: All Smoke
February 25, 2006

The new Sturm Und Drang Company presents a gay-themed re-telling of the Promethian myth.

Norman and Beatrice: Reading Lost Minds
February 22, 2006

Synapse Productions presents Barbara Hammonds' funny and moving tale of marriage and memory.

Goner: The Doctor is In... sane.
January 13, 2006

Word Monger Productions presents Brian Park's latest comedy of Presidents, paranoia, and poop.

H.M.S. Pinafore: This Saucy Ship's a Beauty
January 11, 2006

The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players present the seafaring favorite as part of their 32nd season.

Arcadia: The Genius of the Place
November 20, 2005

The new QED Production Company present Tom Stoppards' brillant play about sex, liturature, and thermodynamics.

Séance on West 36th: Screaming Ouija Jeebees
November 9, 2005

The Where Eagles Dare Fall Mini-Festival presents two short plays about sex, scandal, and spirits by Michael Kalmen.

Measure for Measure: Tit for Tat
November 3, 2005

The Looking Glass Theatre Company presents the Bards' tale, now with added lesbians.

Tam Lin: A Midautumn Nights' Scheme
October 24, 2005

Mergatroyd Productions brings an mystical myth to Studio Five.

Conference Room A: Ménage a Jerk
October 20, 2005

A late night at the office in a new play at The Red Room.

Rebound and Gagged: Light Bondage
October 20, 2005

The Vital Theatre presents Aaron Ginsburgs' whip-smart comedy about friends, relationships, and socks.

Nightmare: Fear and Loathing?
October 17, 2005

'New York Citys' Original Haunted House' provides phobia-driven vignettes.

A Midsummer Nights' Dream: The Bard Goes to the Playground
September 26, 2005

The Pulse Ensemble Theatre presents an engaging and lovely production of Shakespeares' magical tale, suitable for children.

Bridezilla Strikes Back!: Revenge of the Pith
August 16, 2005

Engaging but unwitting reality TV star Cynthia Silver gets her own back in one-woman Fringe Festival show.