Patty Duke, who won a supporting actress Oscar playing Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker,” starred in 1960s sitcom “The Patty Duke Show” and served as president of SAG, died Tuesday. She was 69…
The Miracle Worker
A sold-out crowd filled the Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro, Calif., earlier this summer to celebrate the 35th anniversary of specialty record label Varese Sarabande. Among the parade of film music…
R.G. Armstrong, a character actor with roles in a number of films by director Sam Peckinpah, as well as a vast number of credits in other Westerns for both the big- and smallscreen, died July 29 in…
Theater producer Edgar "Buddy" Freitag -- currently represented on Broadway by "Memphis," "Porgy and Bess," "Nice Work If You Can Get It" and "End of the Rainbow" -- died on Wednesday, May 30, in New…
Upon a preliminary viewing back in February, "Spider-Man" was a spectacular mess. The finished version is reasonably improved but somewhat less spectacular.
Theatrical producer Randall L. Wreghitt, who brought innovative dramatic work to Broadway and Off Broadway, died Wednesday, May 18, due to complications from carbon monoxide poisoning.
A slow, eventless play about two inarticulate women.
Edie Falco and Alison Pill will star in an Off Broadway production of Chloe Moss' play "This Wide Night" in the spring.
The Broadway revival of "The Miracle Worker" has given up holding out for a miracle. The production, which has struggled to attract auds since it began previews Feb. 12, will shutter April 4.
After some tough winter months, Broadway sales picked up a bit last week, as they usually do around this time.
The battle of wills between Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan remains emotionally effective.
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