Two Naked Cowboys, one Spanish-speaking SpongeBob, a headless Hello Kitty, and an ersatz version of Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" all vie for attention on a teeming, muggy, late-summer Times Square afternoon. Unbeknownst to the masses, though, the coolest cartoon character of all is dining on s ... More >>
Michael Feingold will return to chair the 2014 Village Voice Obie Awards -- Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway's highest honor -- to be presented Monday, May 19, at Webster Hall.
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Boomers Turn Broadway into a Pop-Music Scrapbook
The company amasses 25 Broadway musicals in one CD box set
The President and First Lady were over t'England the other day, and they gave the Queen an iPod loaded with HRH footage and musical comedy scores, and a songbook for The King and I signed by composer Richard Rodgers. Get it? RIghtbloggers, who generally regard Britain as a PC hellhole, nonetheless c ... More >>
Recalling jazz's brief, obscure, but occasionally revelatory love affair with Broadway
More than half a century after his death, composer Kurt Weill still provokes strong reactions
At 81, Alvin Epstein's trying something classic and new
Some old pieces of theater can be amazingly up to date; others are just an amazing up
Jimi Hendrix, meet Leonard Bernstein: Two equally recondite sources of jazz repertoire
Dianne Reeves rides a formerly unsingable Monk ballad into the jazz singers' pantheon
An Englishman Works America, and a French Canadian Invades the Baroque
Sallie Wilson Follows in Anthony Tudor's Footsteps
Journeys: on the Town, on His Own, Through Family History
While Broadway Lives the Puccinian Past, William Bolcom Gives the Met a New 'View'
Tharp's Dancers Gleam on Broadway, and ABTs at City Center
The Theaters a Seedy Business This Year, CD-er Than Ever
Ralph BurnsFrom Woody Herman to Ray Charles to Bob Fosse
Kirsten Childs Joins the New Musical Elite
Not the Same Ol Song and Dance