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Leave It to Me! - 1938 - 1938 Broadway Articles Page 2

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by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2004
The most interesting suggestion of a show they can secure rights to perform will receive 2 free tickets to any performance on their 2005 schedule.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 2, 2009
Set in French Guiana, a region where on Christmas Eve the temperature has graciously dropped to 104 degrees, three amiable convicts are employed as roofers above the Ducotel's general store. The roof winds up being the least of the family's troubles.
by Michael Dale - Mar 6, 2006
A leading lady who yells her lines and a director going for too much realism saps much of the humor from this Neil Simon classic
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2009
Florida Studio Theatre Opens a new installment of Laughing Matters on March 24, 2009. Laughing Matters has consistently remained the biggest hit in the Goldstein Cabaret! Laughing Matters Too broke all Cabaret attendance records in 2007 and returns with great enthusiasm in 2009! Parodying both local and national current issues, audiences can not only relate but find an escape with laughter!
by Gabrielle Sierra - Mar 18, 2009
Florida Studio Theatre Opens a new installment of Laughing Matters on March 24, 2009. Laughing Matters has consistently remained the biggest hit in the Goldstein Cabaret! Laughing Matters Too broke all Cabaret attendance records in 2007 and returns with great enthusiasm in 2009! Parodying both local and national current issues, audiences can not only relate but find an escape with laughter!
by TJ Fitzgerald - Jul 6, 2008
Beloved TV M*A*S*H actor takes the stage in new comedy at New World Stages.
by Kristin Huffman - Jan 18, 2008
In November 2006, Kristin Huffman made her Broadway debut as Sarah (flute, piccolo and sax) in John Doyle's production of Company. The actress, with a new series of tales that go inside the making of Company from an actor's perspective, starting at the Cincinnati Playhouse and on to New York, continues her stories about a 15-year career that has led her to the door of the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 28, 2005
The Indiana birthplace of Cole Porter, after undergoing renovations, is set to become a museum and bed and breakfast
by Shira Greenberg - Apr 19, 2005
'What A Pair! 3' honored Renee Zellweger and Nancy Ryder for their support of the Revlon/UCLA Breast Cancer Center.