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Henry IV In previews; Opened November 20th 2003Back to Broadway 3 - Forward to Broadway 5
Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Tickets 150 West 65th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue; Tue-Sat & 7 PM Sun 2 PM; 3 Hours 40 Minutes; 2-15 Minute Intermissions; Lincoln Center Theatre presents William Shakespeare's "Henry IV Parts I & II" in this new adaptation by Dakin Mathews. Director: Jack O'Brien; Featuring Michael Hayden, Richard Easton (Title Role), Dana Ivey, Byron Jennings, Kevin Kline, Audra McDonald, Jeff Weiss, Ethan Hawke. Settings: Ralph Funicello; Costumes: Jess Goldstein; Lighting: Brian MacDevitt; Music and Sound: Mark Bennett.
I Am My Own Wife Previews November 11th; Opens Dec 3rd 2003
Lyceum Theatre, Tickets 149 West 45th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue; $61-$86; Tue-Sat 8 PM; Wed, Sat 2 PM; Sun 3 PM; 2 Hours 30 Min; 1 - 15 Minute Intermission; "I Am My Own Wife" is a new one-man play by Doug Wright, a true story of a German transvestite who survived the Nazis and the Communist regime that followed. Jefferson Mays as "Charlotte von Mahlsdorf"; Director: Moises Kaufman; Settings: Derek McLane; Costumes: Janice Pytel; Lighting: David Lander; Sound: Andre J. Pluess and Ben Sussman.
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change Opened August 1st 1996
Westside Theatre, Tickets 407 West 43rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenue. $50-$75; Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat 8 PM; Sun 7:30 PM; Wed, Sat 2:30 PM; Sun 3 PM; One Intermission; A 2 hour musical comedy about male/female relationships including dating, friendship, love, and marriage. Featuring Sean Arbuckle, Marissa Burgoyne, Jordan Leeds, and Janet Metz. Music: Jimmy Roberts; Director: Joel Bishoff; Producer: Jonathan Pollard; Book and Lyrics: Joe DiPietro.
King Lear Previews February 11th 2004; Opens March 4th 2004
Vivian Beaumont Theater, Tickets 150 West 65th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue; A play by William Shakespeare. Featuring Christopher Plummer; Director: Jonathan Miller; With James Blendick, Domini Blythe, Benedict Campbell, Brent Carver, Ian Deakin, Claire Jullien, Barry MacGregor, Lucy Peacock, Stephen Russell, and Brian Tree. Settings: Ralph Funicello; Costumes: Clare Mitchell; Lighting: Robert Thomson, Music: Berthold Carriere.
Laughing Room Only In Previews; Opens November 19th 2003
Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 256 West 47th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue. $60-$90; Tue-Sat 8 PM; Wed, Sat 2 PM; Sun 3 PM; 212-307-4100; "The World's First Jackie Mason Musical Comedy"; Book: Dennis Blair and Digby Wolfe; Music and Lyrics: Doug Katsaros; Director: Robert Johanson; Choreographer: Michael Litchefeld; Featuring Ruth Gottschall, Cheryl Stern, Darrin Baker, Robert Creighton, and Barry Finkel. Settings: Michael Anania; Costumes Thom Heyer; Lighting: Paul D. Miller; Sound: Peter Hylenski; Musical Director: Joseph Baker.
The Lion King Opened November 13th 1997
New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 W. 42nd. St. Between 7th and 8th Ave. 212-307-4747; $30-$100. Call for show times; 2 hrs. 45 min. One intermission. Director Julie Taymor. TONY Award winning musical of the 1994 film of the same name. Disney's new theater adaptation from animated screen. Cast of 46 sings the Elton John - Tim Rice score. Simba the lion cub destined to become king. Garth Fagan - Choreographer.
Little Shop of Horrors Opened October 2nd 2003
Virginia Theatre, Tickets 245 West 52nd Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue. $56-$96; Tue - Sat 8 PM, Wed & Sat 2 PM; Sun 2 PM & 7 PM; A revival of the 1982 musical based on the 1960 film by Roger Corman; Book and Lyrics: Howard Ashman; Music: Alan Menken; Director: Connie Grappo; Musical Director: Henry Aronson; Choreographer: Kathleen Marshall; Settings: Scott Pask; Costumes: Laura Bauer; Lighting: Donald Holder; Orchestra: Danny Troob; Sound: T. Richard Fitzgerald; Stars: Hunter Foster, Billy Porter, and Alice Ripley have been offered the roles of Seymour, Audrey II, and Audrey in that order. With Lee Wilkoff, Reg Rogers, Dioni Michelle Collins, Moeisha McGill, Haneefah Wood, Martin P. Robinson, Anthony Asbury, and Bill Remington.
Lone Star Love Opens January 2004
Theatre TBA, A new musical inspired by "The Merry Wives of Windsor" (William Shakespeare); Conceived and adapted by John L. Haber; Music/Lyrics: Jack Herrick, and contributions from Michael Bogdanov, Bland Simpson, and Tommy Thompson. Director: Michael Bogdanov; Choreography: Randy Skinner; Featuring the Red Clay Ramblers; Settings: Derek McLane; Costumes: Jane Greenwood; Lighting: Brian MacDevitt; Sound: Tom Morse; Musical Director: Jack Herrick.
Mamma Mia Opened October 18th 2001
Winter Garden Theatre, Tickets 1634 Broadway at 50th Street. $56-$100. Wed-Sat 8 PM; Wed, Sat 2 PM; Sun 2, 7 PM; 2 hours 30 minutes; One Intermission; Mamma Mia opened at London's Prince Edward Theatre in April, 1999 and was a fantastic hit that has broken every known British box office record and continues to sell out. The group ABBA has sold over 350 million records worldwide. Mamma Mia includes the hit "Money, Money, Money". Featuring Dee Hoty as Donna Sheridan, a single mother running a tavern on a fictional Greek island. Her friends, Rosie and Tanya are played by Harriett D. Foy and Tamara Bernier. They will all get together for the wedding of Donna's daughter, Sophie played by Jenny Fellner. Also featuring, John Hillner as Sam, Michael Winther as Harry, Keisha T. Fraser as Lisa, and Rebecca Kasper as Ali. A musical love story based on the music of ABBA. Produced by Judy Craymer, Richard East & Bjorn Ulvaeus for Littlestar in association with Universal. Music-Lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus. Playwright Catherine Johnson. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Choreographer Anthony Van Laast.
Movin' Out Opened October 24th 2002
Richard Rodgers Theatre, 226 West 46th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue; 212-307-4100; $40-$95; Tue - Sat 8 PM; Wed, Sat 2 PM; Sun 3 PM; 2 hours; One Intermission; A new dance concert conceived, choreographed, and directed by Twyla Tharp. It is based on the songs of Billy Joel. A story of 6 lifelong friends over 20 years with 24 Billy Joel songs. Starring John Selya, Elizabeth Parkinson, Keith Roberts, Ashley Tuttle, Scott Wise, Benjamin G. Bowman, and Michael Cavanaugh in a cast of 27. Costumes by Suzy Benzinger.
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