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by Craig Brockman - Sep 12, 2003
Seth Rudetsky gives us the inside scoop on this year's Actors' Fund benefit.
by Linda Lenzi - May 10, 2004
The Dancing Feet of Broadway's 42nd Street Meet to Bid Farewell to Lovely Beth Leavel 'Dorothy Brock' at Tony's DiNapoli Restaurant in Times Square!
by "Broadway Bill" Schmalfeldt - Jul 31, 2003
Some fun stuff looms on the horizon. But... so does Boy George!
by Michael Dale - Jan 22, 2004
With those words and one last musical flourish, the final performance at Henry Miller's Theatre came to an end
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 Pati Buehler - Dec 1, 2003
There was a familiar excitement at the Merriam in Philly. Many of these loyal theater fans had been 'razzle-dazzled' before.
by Adrienne Onofri - Aug 14, 2003
The creator-performers of some of the one-person shows in the New York International Fringe Festival share their insights...
by Robert Diamond - Aug 12, 2003
Mandy Gonzalez, currently starring in Aida as Amneris, sits down to discuss Aida, Vampires, and lots more...
by Craig Brockman - Apr 5, 2004
The Artist Showcase Series presented The Broadway Kitchen Sink Volume One: Your Favorites Sing Their Favorites on April 4th and BroadwayWorld.com has the exclusive pictures from the sold-out event!
by Timothy Kuryak - Apr 5, 2004
After the rousing success of last years Actor's Fund special event, an all-star reading of 'All About Eve,' last night at Hollywood's famed Pantages Theatre, the stars again were back out in force, this time to read through the other classic film of the same year, 'Sunset Boulevard.'
by Michael Dale - Apr 19, 2004
Let's just recognize that enormous elephant in the room right from the top, shall we? Because as soon as the flood of praise for bare began to trickle its way to New York from Los Angeles, where its scheduled 32 performance run received such raves that it was extended to four months, the comparisons to Rent came pouring out as quickly as the comparisons to Hair saturated the word-of-mouth at Rent's Off-Off Broadway opening...
by BWW - Apr 13, 2004
Continued coverage of the Snoopy benefit held at Symphony Space. The evening was a rousing success... between e-bay auctions, donations, the silent auction and ticket sales - The Pied Piper Children's Theater of NYC raised over $70,000!! BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the excitement from curtain calls to the private party held at Citrus!
by Craig Brockman - Apr 11, 2004
Scott Alan's songs were showcased on April 11th at the Duplex by a talented cast including Shoshana Bean, Billy Porter, Cheyenne Jackson, Schele Williams, Kate Wetherhead and Courtney Balan. Alan accompanied the cast on piano, with Stephen Oremus stepping in during a solo performed by Billy Porter.