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by Craig Brockman - Sep 21, 2003
Photo coverage of the 2003 BC/EFA Broadway Flea Market
by Jan Nargi - Sep 17, 2004
Rising pop star Jake Simpson makes an engaging 'Tommy' in Boston...
by Jake Brunger - Oct 19, 2003
In our new weekly column, Jake covers the latest news in the world of London Theatre...
by Craig Brockman - Oct 16, 2003
Susan Egan, currently in Cabaret portraying Sally Bowles, sat down to talk about her career including her recent position as Artistic Director for the Orange Country High School of the Arts and so much more!
by Jake Brunger - Nov 29, 2003
Harry Meets Sally on stage whilst Broadway sensation A Chorus Line makes a welcome return alongside Harriet Walters eating Dinner.
by Pati Buehler - Nov 23, 2003
'Yes, but who's gonna come to a show a called ' Urinetown?' says Little Sally to Officer Lockstock, two of the principals in this off the wall musical comedy. Well, I'll tell you they came in trickles at first, then in streams (no pun intended) to Broadway to see this unexpected phenomenon win Tony Awards for best music, best book and best direction.
by Michael Dale - Nov 10, 2003
In the premiere week of Singular Sensations, one of Broadway's greatest stars discusses the serious work behind light entertainment
by Jake Brunger - May 24, 2004
The chandelier falls on the audience - but surprisingly it's not at Phantom, there's a new Harry and Sally, Lorna Luft gives us Judy Garland and summer gets underway.
by "Broadway Bill" Schmalfeldt - May 23, 2003
In which we 'fix' what's wrong with the Tony Awards and whine about the lack of a radio area in the press room thereof. OK, so nobody asked me. Like that's ever stopped me from expressing an opinion. But you know it and I know it. The Tony Awards are not the most compelling TV show on the early summer schedule.
by Linda Lenzi - May 19, 2004
On Monday, May 17, at 8:00 and 10:00 PM, Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series presented 'The Girly Show,' a celebration of the music of Michael John LaChiusa, and BroadwayWorld was there to capture Michael and all the lovely ladies.
by Timothy Kuryak - May 13, 2004
Urinetown - the Musical, opened Tuesday in its Los Angeles Premiere at the Wilshire Theatre. As one of the characters, Little Sally, in the musical reminds us, it is an 'awful title' with a 'plot so absurd…' But what she doesn't mention, and instead lets the entire cast show you, is that Urinetown - The Musical is one of the best shows to emerge from Broadway in the last decade.
by Robert Diamond - May 10, 2004
On May 17, at 8:00 and 10:00 PM, Lincoln Center's American Songbook series presents 'The Girly Show,' a celebration of the music of Michael John LaChiusa. Girls appearing include Kate Shindle, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Maureen Moore, Luba Mason, Barbara Walsh, Carolee Carmello, Julia Murney, Sally Murphy, Michele Pawk, Mary Testa, Alice Playten, and Celia Keenan-Bolger.
by Michael Dale - Mar 4, 2004
America's most prolific major playwright reminisces on the birth of Off-Off-Broadway, the creation of gay theatre, the first completely nude play and how a certain Catwoman welcomed him to Broadway.
by Craig Brockman - Jun 15, 2003
I recently had the chance to sit down with Bruce Kimmel and ask him a plethora of questions. Bruce is used to putting others in the proverbial hot seat on his website - but as they say...turnabout is fair play!
by Michael Dale - Jun 10, 2004
Karen Ziemba, Robert Cuccioli, Kate Baldwin and Michael Mastro star in a faithful production of one of musical comedy's most perfect creations
by Michael Dale - Jul 6, 2004
A one-night benefit for Animal Haven celebrated the exotic artist who popularized fan dancing
by Jake Brunger - Jul 25, 2004
On its 21st Anniversary, Jake takes a visit to the West End production of Snoopy! at the New Player's Theatre
by Robert Diamond - Jul 24, 2004
Stephanie talk about The Boy From Oz, her upcoming concert on August 2nd at Birdland and lots more…
by Jake Brunger - Jul 17, 2004
Closings, Mary Poppins rehearsals and new songs for Bat Boy...
by Craig Brockman - Jul 16, 2004
Susan Egan, who was last seen on Broadway in Thoroughly Modern Millie recently completed her 'Coffee House' CD on LML Records.
by Heather Colon-Smith - Jan 8, 2004
Heather Smith recently sat down with Donna Lynne Champlin to ask her training, experiences both on and off Broadway and more.
by Jake Brunger - Jan 5, 2004
In the second part of his London recommendations, Jake looks at where you should go for good plays.
by BWW - Jan 4, 2004
As I read The New York Times article 'The Broadway Musical Is Changing Its Key', I was pleased to see that what I meant to say or how I said it was pretty much there. Thank you, Bruce Weber (hey, I gotta kiss butt, ya' never know when he may be reviewing me next!).
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 BWW - Jan 13, 2004
BroadwayWorld.com Radio is proud to announce a partnership with Seth Rudetsky to bring its listeners Seth's Broadway Chatterbox. This exclusive arrangement will feature selected interviews that are recorded live (at Don't Tell Mama) during Seth's Broadway Chatterbox weekly talk show which features sassy Broadway celebrities.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
The New York Times reports that Emma Stone is in negotiations to star on Broadway as 'Sally Bowles' in Roundabout Theatre Company's CABARET revival this fall. She would take over for Michelle Williams, who ends her run on November 9.
by Charles Shubow - Jan 1, 2001
Attend Free July 4th Concert on both July 3rd AND July 4th
by Sally Henry - Jan 1, 2001
Considered a treasure trove of American history sought after by genealogists, urban planners, sociologists and a gamut of other researchers, Sanborn Fire Insurance maps, first created beginning in 1867 for assessing fire insurance liability for buildings in U.S. cities, are now available to the public for more than 300 locations in Indiana.
by Sally Henry - Jan 1, 2001
The tragedy of the 2004 Indonesian tsunami is seen through the eyes of an adolescent girl in the young adult novel, SHADOW PRINCESS. In the chaos of the disaster, 15-year-old Tumbuh finds herself experiencing things that are usually forbidden to females, including the ancient art of Indonesia's shadow puppet theater.
by Sally Henry - Jan 1, 2001
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
The Summer Play Festival announces casting for the eagerly anticipated Summer Play Festival (SPF) now celebrating its fifth season in New York. Casts include Annie Golden, former lead singer for 'The Shirts' who has appeared in the movie HAIR; Marin Hinkle from CBS' TWO AND A HALF MEN; Annie Parisse from NBC's LAW & ORDER; Jenny Ikeda from MTC's acclaimed production of TOP GIRLS; and Dan Lauria from the long running series THE WONDER YEARS. Singer, songwriter and Tony Award winning Stew from the musical PASSING STRANGE will also be writing new music for one of the plays.
by Michael Dale - Feb 9, 2004
Rosie O'Donnell says Taboo ain't finished at the final Broadway performance. Pictures from the final performance coming later this week...
by Linda Lenzi - Feb 28, 2004
Opening night coverage of the star-studded arrivals, curtain call, and after party for Fiddler on the Roof.
by Jake Brunger - Feb 20, 2004
Lee Evans ends it all, Zimmerman flaunts it all, Gavin bags it all and Harry fills them all! Phew! Just another 7 days in the UK's theatre industry..
by Craig Brockman - Feb 17, 2004
Kate Shindle, who will be presenting her 'Me and My Shadow' at the Ars Nova on February 22nd recently took time out to talk about her life before and after becoming Miss America, her career and more!
by Jake Brunger - Dec 30, 2003
Jake gives an honest guide of what's hot, what's not, and how to get the most of your visit. This week - musicals.
by Jena Tesse Fox - Aug 29, 2004
The gang from Charles Schulz's comic strip grows up in this brilliant new comedy by Bert V. Royal that is premiering at the Fringe Fest.
by BWW - Aug 26, 2004
The stars are coming out to honor Cy Coleman for the Actor's Fund.
by Craig Brockman - Apr 9, 2004
This Monday, April 12th, several of Broadway's finest will take to the stage at Symphony Space on the upper west side for a concert version of SNOOPY! The Musical. The event will benefit the Pied Piper Children's Theatre. I recently sat down with Jen Cody, Hunter Foster and Deven May to talk about their involvement in Monday's concert.
by Craig Brockman - Apr 25, 2004
While one show on Broadway laments what ever happened to class, another three blocks away answers the question. You'd be hard-pressed to find a classier woman on Broadway nowadays than Beth Fowler, currently in The Boy From Oz.
by BWW - Apr 12, 2004
On Monday, April 12, 2004 the Pied Piper Children's Theatre of NYC presented SNOOPY!!! in concert for one performance only. BroadwayWorld.com brings you *EXCLUSIVE* photos from this afternoon's rehearsal of the show, and coverage of the concert at night. It was dog-gone fun!
by BWW - Apr 1, 2004
The Pied Piper Children's Theatre of NYC is proud to present the beloved family musical SNOOPY!!! in concert, for one performance only on Monday, April 12 at Peter Norton Symphony Space.