Olympic athlete turned musical stage star Cathy Rigby gives a savvy and spirited performance as a pint-sized, pistol-packing Annie Oakley in this attractive revival of the 1946 Irving Berlin classic.
Manoff has never written or directed a play before and her inexperience is evident. The play meanders annoyingly until the final 20 minutes, when it finally finds some dramatic and thematic focus.
NEW YORK--Drummer Ralph Peterson impressed mightily with his first extended stand as bandleader in New York at Sweet Basil last week.
What the butler sees here is the fragility of farce. Frantic tomfoolery represents the most delicate style of stage comedy, going flat in a hurry unless directed and played with exquisitely precise…
You might think the daughter of a Cuban comic and his wife, a Puerto Rican exotic dancer, could come up with some colorful recollections. With Marga Gomez, who is that daughter, you'd be right.
Play chronicles the rise of the Order, a white-supremacist group based in the Northwest that embarked on a yearlong crime spree that included robbery, counterfeiting and the murder of Alan Berg, the…
New Jersey's Brendan Byrne Arena threw a welcoming party for the state's favorite son, and that son, Bruce Springsteen, delivered his trademark rock 'n' roll marathon to a crowd of adoring fans.
Ice-T and Body Count's much balleyhooed return to the Southern California concert stage Friday was almost as unsettling as the idea of censorship.
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