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Getting Married - 1991 - 1991 Broadway Articles Page 40

by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2005
Sutton Foster and Georgia Engel will star in the Broadway-bound musical salute to the 20s, The Drowsy Chaperone, at LA's Ahmanson Theatre from November 18th through December 24th
by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2006
The new comedy WASPS in Bed, starring Jessica-Snow Wilson and more, will play a six-week limited engagement at Off-Broadway's Beckett Theatre on Theatre Row, beginning September 5th
by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2005
Danny Burstein, Lenny Wolpe, Beth Leavel and other performers complete the cast of the Broadway-bound The Drowsy Chaperone, opening at LA's Ahmanson Theatre on November 18th
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2005
The Drowsy Chaperone has added three members to its creative team - Larry Blank will do the orchestrations, Phil Reno will be the show's musical director, and Glen Kelly is on board for the dance arrangements.
by Robert Diamond - Oct 30, 2005
No stranger to the New York stage, Tony-winner Lea Salonga will make her Carnegie Hall debut in a highly anticipated concert on November 7th. I spoke to the star to get the scoop on that 'bound to be memorable' night, 'Wicked', what else she's been up to...and lots more!
by Robbie Wachs - Oct 28, 2006
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2006
In between recently getting married and performing her busy eight show per week schedule on the hit musical - The Drowsy Chaperone, Sutton Foster has created a series of four holiday cards to raise money for Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS
by TJ Fitzgerald - Nov 19, 2006
The holidays are here and you're wondering what to do to get in the holiday spirit. How about seeing TWO FROM GALILEE, a new family musical that will play at Symphony Space November 21st-November 26th
by Jan Nargi - Nov 1, 2004
Appealing Revival Is Right at Home in Boston's Newest Theater Complex
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2006
The latest play of the Project Shaw series will be studded with a starry cast, including Daniel Reichard, Charlotte Rae, Penny Fuller, Alison Fraser, and series regulars George S. Irving and Paxton Whitehead; it will be presented on June 19th
by Margaret Cross - May 12, 2006
Staged reading stalwarts Musicals Tonight! revives a Kern/Wodehouse gem.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2006
On March 20, Michele Pawk, Fritz Weaver, Malachy McCourt and Simon Jones, among others, will enter George Bernard Shaw's Heartbreak House, the third reading presented as part of the Shaw Project
by Linda Lenzi - Mar 30, 2005
On March 29, GLAAD Media Awards were handed out honoring individuals and projects in the media and entertainment industries.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2006
On March 20th, the Shaw Project reading of Shaw's Heartbreak House--starring Michele Pawk, Fritz Weaver and others--will be presented at the Players Club
by James Sims - Mar 15, 2007
Stars of theatre, film and television gathered last weekend (March 10 and 11) for the 23rd Annual Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.), the longest continuously running AIDS benefit in the world, raising more than $300,000 for AIDS Project Los Angeles...
by James Howard - Mar 12, 2007
Local actress talks about life on the road with Cats, one of the world's most popular musicals. It is currently at DC's Warner Theatre (through 03/18).
by Shira Greenberg - Jun 8, 2005
Elaine Stritch, Stockard Channing, Jo Anne Worley, Jason Graae and more celebrated the Tonys with the Actors' Fund in LA.
by Shira Greenberg - Jul 12, 2005
On stage photo coverage of Sondheim's 75th Birthday celebration at the Hollywood Bowl.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2006
Marc Kudisch, Malcolm Gets, Nancy Anderson and George S. Irving will star in Arms and the Man--the first reading of the ambitious new Shaw Project--on January 23rd
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2006
Marc Kudisch, Doug Sills, Rebecca Luker, George S. Irving and Max Von Essen will be among the stars taking part in the Shaw Project's Fanny's First Play on February 27th
by Jena Tesse Fox - Jan 25, 2005
Sherri D. Sutton tells her own life story of growing up Baptist and Gay in her new one-woman show.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2006
Marc Kudisch, George S. Irving, Malcolm Gets, Nancy Anderson and Alison Fraser will be among the stars of the Shaw Project's Arms and the Man, opening January 23rd
by Michael Dale - Jan 17, 2004
When you've started talking about the weather it's usually a sign that your date's not going very well. Unless, of course, you're on a date with Lady Guenevere. The way Lerner and Loewe wrote her in the musical Camelot, the chick seems to have a bit of a weather fetish. Think of it. When we first see her she's so disgusted at the thought of getting married that she runs away in the middle of a forest. But how does Arthur win her over? He sings a song about how nice the weather is in his kingdom. All he's gotta do is tell her "The winter is forbidden till December" and "The rain may never fall till after sundown" and she's all hot for a royal wedding. Need further proof? Look how Lancelot steals her heart away in Act II. He sings "If Ever I Would Leave You", a song that actually names all four seasons! When the musical climax occurs at "Oh no, not in springtime, summer, winter or fall..." the queen's been worked up into such a medieval, female Viagra frenzy she's willing to dump a wealthy king who gives her everything for some dude who writes rhyming couplets about himself and fights jousts for a living.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 15, 2007
There is guilt and sin aplenty, but little redeeming about 'The Scarlet Letter'
by Jena Tesse Fox - Feb 5, 2007
This week's Nightlife Awards ceremony at Town Hall was a plethora of the top talent the city has to offer
by Pati Buehler - Feb 2, 2004
We are treated to Broadway's Tony-award winning starlet, Sutton Foster, joined by veteran performers William Michals, Dee Hoty, Matt Bogart and Donna McKechnie.
by Michael Dale - Dec 20, 2006
With its sharp wit, incisive lyrics and music that's ferociously insistent when not rapturously melodic, Company is such a well-written show that, with the help Raul Esparza's spot on starring performance, it can still pack a wallop despite director John Doyle's interpretation that regularly threatens to suck the life out of it.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2005
The Drowsy Chaperone, a musical that kicks up its heels to the shows of the 20s, will open at LA's Ahmanson Theatre on November 8th
by Robert Diamond - Aug 31, 2006
With reality-TV star Constantine Maroulis joining the cast of The Wedding Singer shortly and some other recent cast changes, it seemed like the perfect time to check in with one of the show's most popular stars, Felicia Finley for the scoop on that and lots more…
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2005
The 19th Annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction will be held Sunday, September 25 from 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM in Shubert Alley & West 44th Street.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 30, 2006
Natasha Malinsky will succeed Jessica-Snow Wilson in the upcoming Off-Broadway comedy Wasps in Bed
by BWW News Desk - Aug 23, 2006
Jessica-Snow Wilson will star in the new Off-Broadway play Wasps in Bed, opening September 7th
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2006
As with the Shaw Project's previous staged readings, You Never Can Tell--set for April 17th--will feature a star-studded cast led by Tovah Feldshuh, Malcolm Gets, George S. Irving, Elena Shaddow and Paxton Whitehead
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2006
Overruled and Augustus Does His Bit, the latest presentation of the Shaw Project, will feature Charlotte Moore, Kathleen Widdoes, Paxton Whitehead and series regular George S. Irving on May 8th
by Jake Brunger - Apr 24, 2005
Karen Louise Hebden's production of Company at the Derby Playhouse starring Glenn Carter as Bobbie