Jeremy Gerard

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    Frank Langella Thought About Quitting KiddingBut he’s finally learning not to make the dangerous career choice.
  2. Here Comes the SonBravehearts Tony Kushner and Mary Alice Williams take on Mel Gibson’s Passion.
  3. Bible StudiesShmuley Boteach on Mel Gibson’s controversial Passion—and who killed Jesus.
  4. Comedy of MannersWhen Neil Simon dissed Mary Tyler Moore, he wasn’t just being nasty. The onetime king of Broadway seemed hell-bent on revenge—agai […]
  5. Get RealThe eight Tony nominees for Best New Play and Musical prove nothing if not this: Broadway is more escapist than ever. It’s been a long tim […]
  6. Broadway for DummiesProducers and players had a showdown over the use of digital music and the number of musicians your $100 ticket entitles you to hear. Was anyone […]
  7. The Sound of MuzakBroadway producers have a new weapon in their face-off with musicians: a digital orchestra. Will they make good on their threat?
  8. New York Awards 2002Vibrant, creative, edgy, demanding (only sometimes!), smart, funny. For this year’s awards, we’ve chosen eleven New Yorkers who not […]
  9. Slow BurnTry as they might, Catherine Keener and Edward Norton can’t set off many sparks in a revival of Lanford Wilson’s Burn This; keep an eye o […]
  10. In Brief: Three-Cornered MoonFor a screwball family comedy purportedly in the warm-and-fuzzy tradition of You Can’t Take It With You, Gertrude Tonkonogy’s Three-Cornered Moo […]
  11. Comedy of ErrorsWhen it comes to the goofiness of baseball, Take Me Out swings (and scores) – too bad it also takes sex, race, and sport so seriously; s […]
  12. Shake It Up, BabyHarvey Fierstein’s back on Broadway in Hairspray, a big fat wet kiss of a show, and all’s right with the world; the Roundabout spruces up […]
  13. Take a VowAfter its opening last year in a Chicago suburb, Jason Robert Brown’s funny, haunting chamber musical about a marriage gone sour moved Time maga […]
  14. You’ve Got MelThe Producers has become the season’s singular sensation, as the Tony Awards surely will make clear, and a vote for A Class Act wi […]
  15. The Yuk-UpWho makes the funniest man in the world laugh? Meet Tom Meehan, Mel Brooks’s secret weapon on The Producers.
  16. A Toast to the End of the WorldA troupe of theater luminaries revisits Follies, Stephen Sondheim’s dazzling eulogy for the Golden Age of American musicals – and the pe […]
  17. Welcome to PottersvilleThe first four books have been read and reread, J. K. Rowling says she’s taking her time with No. 5, and the movie hasn’t been filmed yet, but d […]
  18. Marquee MarksWith three transfers and a plan to take over the Biltmore, the Manhattan Theatre Club is the latest nonprofit to storm Broadway’s commercial bazaar.
  19. Candor and WebOnce, Broadway news and gossip was limited to the newspaper columns of a boldfaced few. But the Internet has made Walter Winchells of us all.
  20. Fall Preview: Theater / Born In The U.S.A.As the British spectacles finally close up shop, Broadway raises the curtain on the most American season in memory (Sorry, Grizabella): From […]
  21. Gotta Get a GimmickThe season passes, along with “Cats” and two legendary showmen, David Merrick and Alexander H. Cohen, who managed to drag their rivalry into the […]
  22. That Swing ThingDown in Lincoln Center’s smallest theater, Broadway’s slinkiest choreographer works out her thirties thing with a little help from Benny Goodman […]
  23. Under the BoardwalkOcean City, N.J.; June 5-6
  24. Brood FoodEight hot restaurants that are kid-friendly – yet anything but predictable.
  25. Art Isn’t EasyStephen Sondheim, whose landmark musicals include “Company” and “Follies,” gives a biographer good cause to call him Broadway’s master of ambivalence.
  26. The Happy HawkersThe folks who brought us “The Lion King” and “Ragtime” changed forever the way Broadway sells itself to the world – and pretty much killed off […]
  27. Passion PlayThe crisis of faith over Terrence McNally’s “Corpus Christi.”