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by Joseph Melnicoff - Oct 1, 2006
The Contemporary Theatre of Dallas (CTD) hits solid gold with an impeccable production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
by Eugene Lovendusky - Nov 20, 2007
On November 23 - 26, Luba Mason returns to New York City to celebrate the release of her premiere album 'Collage' at the Metropolitan Room. Mason provides a soulful spin to pop ballads by classic song-writers like Neil Diamond, Van Morrison and Lou Reed. The 'Collage' collection is a labor of love for Luba, a native New Yorker, who spent her early youth devoted to training in classical voice, piano and dance...
by Andy Propst - May 11, 2006
Reviews of 'Harry On Broadway, Act I', Murney's 'I'm Not Waiting' & Friedman's 'Now and Then'
by Nancy Grossman - Mar 6, 2007
Oh,boy! Rave on - the music of Buddy Holly does not fade away...
by Randy Rice - Jul 6, 2006
Tom Jones makes the most of his recent collaborations with Wyclef Jean, Mouse T., and The Cardigans to update his performance from a Vegas Showroom act to an Arena Rock show
by Adrienne Onofri - Jul 1, 2007
BWW salutes 'Beauty' in its final month on Broadway with a profile of the man inside one of the Enchanted Objects.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2008
TheatreWorks, the nationally-acclaimed theatre of Silicon Valley, announced its 2008-09 season, including 'Grey Gardens, 'Doubt, 'Radio Golf' and new works by Stephen Schwartz and GrooveLily.
by James Howard - Feb 25, 2008
REVIEW: Spotlighters brings a 10 year reunion of their smash hit musical back to Baltimore through March 9 only!
by Michael Gilboe - Feb 23, 2007
We interview theater veteran Christine Pedi who is now in Talk Radio with Liev Schreiber. She also discusses her long-standing relationship with Forbidden Broadway and the perils of NOT being typecast.
by Michael Dale - Feb 22, 2008
As I write these words the opening night party of Roundabout's revival of Sunday in the Park With George, which I'll be seeing on Saturday, is no doubt in full swing, but despite the sublime glories of that Steven Sondheim/James Lapine creation, there's another musical in town about radical artists that deserves just as much attention from anyone interested in the euphoric excitement felt when watching a unique, intelligent and wondrously creative evening of musical theatre.
by Pati Buehler - Dec 4, 2004
The Deaf West Theatre Production of Big River takes bold and inventive steps to breathe life into an American classic.
by Jena Tesse Fox - Apr 23, 2004
Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's musical drama finally arrives on Broadway. Ironically, the two-year delay of the Roundabout's revival of Assassins might have been the best thing for the show. Fractured though political thought has always been, the recent political dilemmas and scandals have created deep schisms in the American psyche, with violently passionate emotions on each side.