Thursday, July 17, 2008

ATW NewsClips - Mid-Morning Links

Chicago Tribune Head Candy Blog

Jersey Boys Joke of the Day - Monday

Jersey Boys Joke of the Day - Tuesday

>Jersey Boys Joke of the Day - Wednesday

Jersey Boys Joke of the Day - Thursday

Associated Press

Eric Idle adds an orchestra to Monty Python comedy
In Eric Idle's world, a leaf blower is part of the orchestra.

amNY New York City Theater Blog

Morning News: Thursday, July 17, 2008


* New Victory Announces 2008-2009 Season of Family Programming
* Akers, Cavenaugh, Callaway, Reichard, Haran and More Set for Fall Cabaret Convention
* Curtains' Paice to Star in Signature Theatre Company's New Musical Ace
* Fourposter, Heroes and Beasley's Christmas Party Comprise Keen Company Season
* Chenoweth, Dench, Linney, McDonald, Rashad Nominated for Emmy Awards
* Grease's Keeling to Perform at New York City Triathlon July 20


My, Oh Mia!
Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Christine Baranski, Dominic Cooper, Amanda Seyfried, Rita Wilson, Jane Seymour, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Louise Pitre come out for the New York premiere of the film Mamma Mia!

* 60th Annual Primetime Emmy Nominations Are Announced
* Keen Company Announces 2008-2009 Season

Second Stage to Purchase Broadway's Helen Hayes Theatre

About Last Night Blog

TT: Jo Stafford, R.I.P.
Jo Stafford, who died yesterday, is mostly forgotten now, save by those who were young a half-century ago, but back then she was one of the most popular singers in America,

The Guardian

Men in black
In pictures: As Zorro: The Musical hits the West End, relive the masked hero's many lives on stage and screen

Alan Bleasdale reunited with BBC after 22-year absence
Writer to return with a drama based on the sinking of RMS Laconia during the second world war

The Guardian Performing Arts Blog

Chris Wilkinson: Noises Off: Getting down to the nitty-gritty
David Pollock: Wlll booking chaos bring order to the Edinburgh Fringe?

* Gate Adapts Hedda, Dances to Sadler’s Wells Deal
* 1st Night Photos: Keanu Leaves Females in Private

London Theatre Guide

First Night Feature: The Female Of The Species
In a week where Germaine Greer has loomed over the production like the angry clouds of a British summer sky, The Female Of The Species faced critics who would actually watch the play last night.

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