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Something More! - 1964 Broadway Articles Page 54.2

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by Charles Shubow - Sep 26, 2006
Will this 'cute' musical survive on the road?
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2004
Tonight at 8PM, one of Broadway's most talented chicks, Julie Danao (Miss Saigon, Rent, Saturday Night Fever, AIDA), will be performing an original live acoustic set at The Bitter End (Laguardia and Bleecker).
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2006
Arthur Hill, who created the role of George in the original Broadway production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, has passed away at the age of 84
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2006
'Monk' star and theatre veteran Tony Shalhoub will join the previously-announced Patricia Heaton for the New York premiere of Theresa Rebeck's The Scene
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2006
A song list has been announced for The Country Music Association (CMA)'s second annual 'Broadway Meets Country' gala benefit concert, featuring a star-studded line-up of Broadway talent and country music stars
by James Howard - May 24, 2006
Randy Dunkle appears as Georges/George in Fell?s Point Corner Theatre?s production of Sunday in the Park with George through June 11. Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 2PM. Go to www.fpct.org for more information.
by Michael Dale - Mar 28, 2006
They're witches! They wear bikinis! They sing and dance! What more could you ask for?
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2006
Edmund Gaynes and West End Artists Company will present the off-Broadway premiere of Anulla by Emily Mann. Performances begin May 4 and continue through June 11. Opening Night is set for May 14 at 7pm, at The Theatre at St. Luke's (308 West 46th Street). Pamela Hall directs Eileen De Felitta as Anulla and Neva Small as The Voice of Emily, the Interviewer.
by Robert Diamond - Mar 15, 2006
One of the hottest topics today, in the world of theatre business, is the increasing trend of Broadway shows setting up shop in Las Vegas. BroadwayWorld.com now turns it spotlight to the desert...and it seemed like the perfect time to chat with Michael Gill. Widely considered to be the leading expert at this crossroads of Broadway and Vegas, Gill reveals what makes a Broadway show desireable for transfer. He also talks about his current and upcoming productions, such as Hairspray and Phantom. Here is an insider's take on the Vegas theatre business and much more.
by Jake Brunger - Jun 29, 2006
With all guns blazing, the loud, brash, crude puppet phenomenon of Avenue Q hops over the pond to London's West End.
by James Howard - Jun 23, 2006
Part II of II: Members of the cast of Southern Baptist Sissies, the acclaimed production at Baltimore's Spotlighters Theatre on Gay/Straight relations, Dolly, Reba and Wynonna, and Family.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2005
Plays by 16 rising playwrights will be performed as part of the SPF 2005 Summer Play Festival, which runs from July 5th to July 31st at various Theatre Row venues
by Beau Higgins - Jul 28, 2006
by Michael Dale - Jan 14, 2005
Try to remember their May to December; Tom Jones and new partner Joseph Thalken open their quirky and lovable new musical version of a cult favorite
by BWW - Jan 13, 2006
BroadwayWorld checks in with the orchestrator and musical supervisor of The Lord of the Rings for the lastest on the ambitious production!
by James Howard - Dec 7, 2006
WHO: Towson University Department of Theatre Arts WHAT: Urinetown: The Musical WHEN: Through December 9. HOW MUCH: $10 General; $5 Students and Seniors
by Maya Cantu - Aug 9, 2005
The Actors' Theatre of Washington's production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses is sexy, bold and at times brilliant...just don't get tickets if you're under 18
by Pati Buehler - Aug 22, 2006
On August 22nd, a new CD with a new record company will be hitting the streets. Jekyll and Hyde Resurrection CD recorded on Global Vision Records, a newly formed record company that features contemporary theatrical recordings
by Adrienne Onofri - Apr 30, 2004
Denis O'Hare puts the question to his 'Assassins' castmates for a 'school project.'
by Michael Dale - Apr 24, 2006
Lisa Kron's 'solo show with other people in it' explores the sickness that can inflict both people and communities
by Kerrie Smith - Apr 13, 2006
Call Barry Levinson! Maybe he can turn this play about Jews in nostalgic Baltimore into something more memorable.