A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2004
Ars Nova presents Boocock=VP. What if the guy running for Vice President was not only the Presidential contender's best hit-man, but also so 'warts 'n all' self-revealing that his candidacy was unassailable?
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2004
Some of Broadway's Top Talent Will Perform Songs by Harold Arlen, Marc Blitzstein, Dorothy Fields, Frederick Loewe and Jule Styne in Celebration Of The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of These Immortal American Songwriters
by Jena Tesse Fox - May 27, 2005
BroadwayWorld was there to capture the farewell party City Center threw for departing Music Director Rob Fisher.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2005
In September 2005, Tony-winning Broadway legend Barbara Cook will release Tribute, a CD honoring Wally Harper and Bobby Short, as well as favorite composers such as Harold Arlen and Arthur Schwartz
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2005
The Color Purple, headed to Broadway in 2005 has launched a new web site for the production.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2005
San Diego - The Old Globe is pleased to present the world-premiere musical Himself and Nora, by Jonathan Brielle (composer and co-lyricist) and Sheila Walsh (author and co-lyricist), directed by Globe Associate Artist Joseph Hardy and Jeff Calhoun. This fascinating new piece about James Joyce and his relationship with his lover and 'muse' Nora Barnacle runs in the Old Globe Theatre March 16 through April 24 (press opening: March 24).
by Michael Dale - Feb 22, 2005
More than 50 years after moderate Broadway success, Encores! gives this bountiful Dorothy Fields/ Arthur Schwartz score a much-needed return to Manhattan
by BWW - Feb 13, 2005
We spoke to your favorites to find out what they thought was the most romantic Broadway love song.
by Pati Buehler - Feb 11, 2005
This lovely, lively couple have made their mark as one of the few husband and wife Broadway performers and they are having the time of their lives!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2005
PS CLASSICS has announced plans to record JASON DANIELEY and MARIN MAZZIE, 'Broadway's golden couple' (The San Francisco Chronicle), in a studio recording drawn from their acclaimed evening of duets, 'Opposite You.'
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