In their dealings with a potentially scary press person like myself, celebs are sometimes solicitous, occasionally pandering, at times delightfully ass kissy, but always tons of fun. Here are just a few of the highlights through the years:
Daniel Sullivan works some Bard magic in Central Park
Award winning actor/playwright Charles Busch is getting another honor to accessorize his mantel with on Monday. His frequent costar Julie Halston will present him with the New York Innovative Theatre Awards' 2011 Luminary award at Therapy (348 W. 52 Street), from 6 to PM. On the eve of his ... More >>
Last night was my big performance in Project Shaw's all-critics reading of Androcles and the Lion at the Players Club, performed after one rehearsal. Instantly, I could tell why they cast me as the king of the jungle--they needed someone with sharp claws! And I thought I did pretty well in ... More >>
left to right: Healy, Riedel, Green, Haskins, meOn this Friday night's Theater Talk (1230 that night on PBS), legendary thesper Marian Seldes appears to talk about her illustrious career. Marian's the one who gave no acceptance speech at all for her special Tony--she simply looked bemusedly ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesMay 28, 1964, Vol. IX, No. 32OBIES 1963-1964More than 500 participants and well-wishers of the off-Broadway theatre converged on the Village Gate on Saturday afternoon to applaud winners of the Ninth Annual Village Voice Off-Broadway Awards and h ... More >>
Yo La Tengo and David Cross appear on Emily Hubleys latest
The theater district gets its own Twelfth Night, complete with kings bearing gifts
At Lincoln Center, the ambiance of felching. Elsewhere, smoking gossip.
Radio Golf lands a little short; at Deuce, it's fault, McNally
Vagina dialogues, wildly theatrical theatrics, and some of zee most outrageous zings you've heard
Plus: Getting a message or two from Rufus and a ride-along with Andrew
A downtown rep's narrow focus fuels its transformation into an institution
If this season was any indication, the future is brighter Off-Broadway
McNally's 'Dedication' shows that even the cleverest playwrights babble when they're in love
Yes I said yes I will finish reading Ulysses, and celebrate a fictional date
Respect for a master actor and teacher who inspired others through the unmatched sublimity of her example
Can there be grandeur in helplessness? Could Renaissance craftsmen spin cotton candy?
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Keep Your Emotional Distance, and They All Look Like Insects
New York Theater Folks Gaze Back at the Off-Broadway Year
After a Flurry of Productions, a Critical Look at an American Master
The 46th Annual Obie Awards
After Three Decades in the Reviewer's Chair, What's Left to Say? Lots.