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by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2004
The National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) has announced the casting for its 16th Annual Festival of New Musicals, which will be held at the new DODGER STAGES on Sunday, October 3 and Monday, October 4, 2004.
by "Broadway Bill" Schmalfeldt - May 27, 2003
See the new picture in Broadway Bill's photo album!
by Robert Diamond - Jun 28, 2004
Appearing on July 12th at 8pm along with Tom Kitt will be singer/songwriter Amanda Green, and a cast of Broadway regulars, including Mario Cantone, Jenn Colella, Nancy Opel, Alice Ripley, Amy Spanger, Greg Naughton, Jonathan Dokuchitz, Matt McGrath and others presenting a sneak peak at songs from their upcoming musical - HIGH FIDELITY, and lots more.
by BWW - Jun 15, 2004
Bryant Park came alive with the sound of musicals when TimeWarner, NYC & Company and the League of American Theatres and Producers presented Broadway Under The Stars on June 14th. Click to see pictures from this spectacular event!
by BWW - Feb 6, 2004
First Show The Broadway Musicals of 1926 Songs include: 'Someone to Watch Over Me,' 'Blue Skies,' 'The Birth of the Blues,' 'The Black Bottom,' and even 'I Would Like to Fondle You'
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Feb 16, 2004
Bryan Batt hosted the 7th annual Broadway Bears event held by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS on Sunday, February 15th and BroadwayWorld.com was there.
by Raymond McLeod - Dec 2, 2003
In this very first journal entry, Raymond Jaramillo McLeod, now starring as 'Wreck' in Wonderful Town, takes us through the show's early rehearsal period. New installments will be available each week.
by BWW - Aug 5, 2003
Corine interviewed Brent in his Chicago dressing room. Read what he has to say about Chicago, movies, future career dreams, and more...
by Michael Dale - Apr 7, 2004
Beloved 79-year-old star is premiere attraction at New York's newest cabaret room
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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