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Two River Theater Company's PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE Closes 6/6
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2010

Two River Theater Co. is proud to present Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a hilarious and madcap comedy by Steve Martin, and directed by Hal Brooks.

Two River Theater Company Presents PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, Opens 5/22
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2010

Two River Theater Co. is proud to present Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a hilarious and madcap comedy by Steve Martin, and directed by Hal Brooks.

Two River Theater Company Presents PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, Previews 5/18
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2010

Two River Theater Co. is proud to present Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a hilarious and madcap comedy by Steve Martin, and directed by Hal Brooks.

Two River Theater Company Presents PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, Previews 5/18
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 30, 2010

Two River Theater Co. is proud to present Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a hilarious and madcap comedy by Steve Martin, and directed by Hal Brooks.

Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory's THE SATIN SLIPPER Closes 2/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2010

THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest by Paul Claudel will close on February 6 at The Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame, 114th Street and Morningside Park (one block from Columbia University).

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Present THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest 1/8-2/6/2010
by BWW News Desk - Jan 8, 2010

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present the second show of The Paul Claudel Project, THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest by Paul Claudel, beginning January 8, 2010 at The Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame, 114th Street and Morningside Park (one block from Columbia University).

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Present THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest 1/8-2/6/2010
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 4, 2010

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present the second show of The Paul Claudel Project, THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest by Paul Claudel, beginning January 8, 2010 at The Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame, 114th Street and Morningside Park (one block from Columbia University).

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Present THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest 1/8-2/6/2010
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 16, 2009

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present the second show of The Paul Claudel Project, THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest by Paul Claudel, beginning January 8, 2010 at The Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame, 114th Street and Morningside Park (one block from Columbia University).

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Present THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest 1/8-2/6/2010
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 8, 2009

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present the second show of The Paul Claudel Project, THE SATIN SLIPPER or The Worst Is Not The Surest by Paul Claudel, beginning January 8, 2010 at The Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame, 114th Street and Morningside Park (one block from Columbia University).

Jessica-Snow Wilson Joins GLIMPSES OF THE MOON at the Algonquin
by Eddie Varley - Jan 23, 2009

SHARON CARR ASSOCIATES, LTD announced today the addition of Jessica-Snow Wilson to the cast of GLIMPSES OF THE MOON. Wilson will be replacing Autumn Hurlbert in the leading role of Susy. GLIMPSES OF THE MOON premiered exactly one year ago at the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel to rave reviews and quickly sold out its limited run. The show returned this fall with an expanded production and received more enthusiastic reviews. The run has now been extended through the end of March, with performances every Monday night. Starting in February, in partnership with the Algonquin Hotel, the production is adding alternating Thursday lunch matinees. The following special guest stars confirmed to appear in the show, Monday nights at 8pm in the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel: January 26 - ANDREA MARCOVICCI (Mabel Award Winner/Back Stage Bistro Award Winner) February 2, 5 & 9 - NATASCIA DIAZ (Jacques Brel) February 16 & 23 - TOM WOPAT Future guest stars to include: Leslie Uggams (Tony and Emmy Award-winning), Robert Cuccioli (Tony Nominated), and Gay Marshall (Jacques Brel). GLIMPSES OF THE MOON, a Jazz Age musical with book & lyrics by Tajlei Levis and music by John Mercurio, choreographed by Denis Jones, and directed by Marc Bruni, plays 'only on Monday nights but elicits a Sunday kind of love,' (John Simon, Bloomberg.com) in the Oak Room at the historic Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave.).

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON Welcomes K T Sullivan 1/5
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2009

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is pleased to announce the following special guest stars have confirmed to appear Monday nights at 8pm in the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel.

Natalie Toro Guest Stars In 'GLIMPSES ON THE MOON' 12/8, 15
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 3, 2008

Broadway diva, NATALIE TORO, will appear as the Special Guest Star in GLIMPSES ON THE MOON Monday, December 8th and Monday, December 15th as the Off-Broadway-sold-out-musical-hit continues to delight audiences at the Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street - between 5th and 6th Avenues).

Glimpses of the Moon: And All That Jazz
by Jena Tesse Fox - Nov 17, 2008

The stylish new jazz musical returns to the Oak Room

Photo Flash: GLIMPSES OF THE MOON at the Algonquin
by Eddie Varley - Nov 10, 2008

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON, a Jazz Age musical with book & lyrics by Tajlei Levis and music by John Mercurio, choreographed by Denis Jones, and directed by Marc Bruni, premiered with a sold-out run in the Oak Room last winter. GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is back by popular demand for an ongoing run at Off-Broadway's Oak Room in the Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave.). Performances began Sunday, October 26.

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON Announces Guest Stars
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 24, 2008

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is pleased to announce the following special guest stars have confirmed to appear Monday nights at 8pm in the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel.

'Glimpses of the Moon' Returns to the Oak Room 10/20 With Hurlbert and Peluso
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 20, 2008

SHARON CARR ASSOCIATES, LTD announces the return engagement of GLIMPSES OF THE MOON, a Jazz Age musical with book & lyrics by Tajlei Levis and music by John Mercurio, directed by Marc Bruni. GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is back by popular demand for an ongoing run at Off-Broadway's Oak Room in the Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave.).

'Glimpses of the Moon' Returns to the Oak Room 10/20
by Faetra Petillo - Sep 26, 2008

SHARON CARR ASSOCIATES, LTD is pleased to announce the return engagement of GLIMPSES OF THE MOON, a Jazz Age musical with book & lyrics by Tajlei Levis and music by John Mercurio, directed by Marc Bruni. GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is back by popular demand for an ongoing run at Off-Broadway's Oak Room in the Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave.).

SRT Presents 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' on July 18th
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2008

SONNET REPERTORY THEATRE'S take on A Midsummer Night's Dream is straightforward. So reset your Midsummer tolerance clocks, erase all those preconceived notions, and bring along your love of Shakespeare to Manhattan's Bank Street Theatre, July 18 - 27.

SRT Presents 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' on July 18th
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2008

SONNET REPERTORY THEATRE'S take on A Midsummer Night's Dream is straightforward. So reset your Midsummer tolerance clocks, erase all those preconceived notions, and bring along your love of Shakespeare to Manhattan's Bank Street Theatre, July 18 - 27.

Review - Glimpses Of The Moon and Two Thousand Years
by Michael Dale - Feb 11, 2008

You would think that Edith Wharton's fizzy little comic novel, The Glimpses Of The Moon, might have been a perfect property for Rodgers & Hart or Kern, Wodehouse & Bolton to musicalize when it was fresh off the presses in 1922.  But no, it took until 2008 for New Yorkers to get a glimpse, not to mention a pleasant earful, of a brand new frothy little musical charmer based on her book, courtesy of a couple of moderns, Tajlei Levis (book and lyrics) and John Mercurio (music).

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