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by BWW - May 10, 2004
The nominees are in!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2005
The Mirror Repertory Co. will premiere Leon Pownall's DO NOT GO GENTLE, a play about the famed and troubled poet Dylan Thomas with Geraint Wyn Davies in the starring role, on Monday, April 25th 2005 at the Arclight Theatre (152 west 71st St.) Previews begin April 22nd.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2005
The hit West End production of Schiller's Don Carlos starring Sir Derek Jacobi may be heading for Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2005
Actors Stock Company NYC Presents Miriam Jensen Hendrix's drama ROBESON - An Intimate Portrait of the Later Years of the Entertainer and Activist
by Robert Diamond - Mar 13, 2005
Making her Broadway debut in the critically acclaimed Brooklyn Boy, is fresh face Ari Graynor.
by BWW - Jun 6, 2004
It was theater's biggest night of the year, and BroadwayWorld's got the complete list of winners.

Click in to see the results in all 23 categories for the 58th Annual Tony Awards, presented on Sunday, June 6, 2004 at Radio City Music Hall. Here's to the best of 2004...

by Adrienne Onofri - Jun 2, 2004
Ten things I remember about the 2003-04 theater season.
by Adrienne Onofri - Jul 14, 2003
Since I live in New York City, I usually don't take a 'theater vacation'-you know, the eight-shows-a-week type of trip to New York or London. Even when I go to London, theater is just one of the activities on my itinerary. But the last three summers, I have found myself in a summer theater destination and have been appreciating more and more the joy of taking my No. 1 pastime on the road.
by West End News Desk - Feb 11, 2005
The 2004/05 season continues in the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield with LEAR which runs from Wednesday 9 March - Saturday 2 April 2005. Bond's epic masterpiece, brought to vivid life in a new Crucible production that reunites Ian McDiarmid and Jonathan Kent for the first time since leaving the Almeida Theatre in London.
by Adrienne Onofri - Apr 23, 2004
William Shakespeare was born 440 years ago this week. 'He was not of an age, but for all time,' said Ben Jonson. So let's celebrate the man to whom all theater lovers owe a debt.
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