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by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2004
Primary Stages (Casey Childs, Executive Producer; Andrew Leynse, Artistic Director) is pleased to announce that Measure for Pleasure by David Grimm is this year's 'Bug 'n Bub' Playwright Award-winning play. The play will have a reading on Monday November 29th at 7 PM at Primary Stages Phil Bosakowski Theatre, 354 W. 45th Street.
by BWW - Mar 15, 2005
Hosted by Rob Evan, some of Broadway's brightest stars will perform the music of up and coming composer Neil Berg.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2005
Silence! the Musical, the musical parody of the Silence of the Lambs that will play the New York International Fringe Festival from Aug. 12th through 28th, will feature Paul Kandel, Jenn Harris and Lisa Howard
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2005
Stephen Sondheim, whose Anyone Can Whistle will receive a concert staging at the Ravinia Festival in Illinois, will take part in a pre-show chat on August 26th
by Jan Nargi - Jan 19, 2005
New Rep production is brutal, bloody, and twisted - but you can't take your eyes off it.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2005
Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) is proud to present Natasha Richardson (Blanche Du Bois) & John C. Reilly (Stanley Kowalski) in a new Broadway production of Tennessee Williams' classic drama A Streetcar Named Desire, with Amy Ryan (Stella Kowalski) & Chris Bauer (Mitch), directed by Edward Hall at Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street).
by Michael Dale - Aug 31, 2004
ont size="2"> The breaking point for Sara Kahn came one afternoon at The Public Theatre when she gave an audition with nobody else in the room but director Elizabeth Swados' dog. Coupled with the recent news that what would have been her first Broadway musical lost its backing, Kahn decided to leave a world where her most consistent work was singing and dancing about the joys of Scotch Tape and post-op wound care in trade shows and closed her voice to singing for good. After a stint at Columbia University where she earned degrees in social work and public health, our heroine found herself performing stress management counseling for Wall Street victims of mergers and acquisitions, still dissatisfied with her lot.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2005
Duncan Sheik's rock musical tragedy Spring Awakening has found a home with the Atlantic Theater and will be produced by the company in May of 2006
by Timothy Kuryak - Apr 16, 2004
Christopher Hampton's latest play, 'The Talking Cure,' in its American Premiere last evening at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, under the direction of Gordon Davidson, has much more interesting and fascinating production notes in the program than any of the action on stage would suggest.