Lea Salonga rehearses in new musical version of "Flower Drum Song"
NYP2002090441 - NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- Tony Award winning actress Lea Salonga (white blouse) rehearses a scene from the new version of the 1958 musical "Flower Drum Song" at a Sept. 4, 2002, press conference. The show's new politically correct book is by David Henry Hwang based on the original by Oscar Hammerstein ll. rlw/ep/Ezio Petersen UPI
Over-diagnosis, treating people at-risk of disease as if they had the disease is a significant threat to human health, an Australian researcher says.
Lifetime Television has adapted Kim Edwards' blockbuster novel "The Memory Keeper's Daughter" for the small screen, the U.S. cable TV network said Thursday.
Lloyd Richards, a pioneering black director who became one of the most influential people in the U.S. theater, died on his 87th birthday this week.
A 17-year-old party guest was attacked, sodomized with a pipe and left near death in a Harris County, Texas, backyard while the homeowner slept.
"Tarzan" is set to swing onto Broadway next spring, says the Disney show's producer, Thomas Schumacher.
Producers of the new Broadway musical, "Tarzan," say they are planning an open casting call for an actor to play the tree-swinging title character.
Walt Disney's stage musical version of "Tarzan" is scheduled for Broadway next spring, the company has announced.
The musical "Hairspray" was the top scorer Monday in the competition for the 57th annual Tony Awards for the best of Broadway, winning 13 nominations including best musical of the 2002-2003 season.
Recognizing that "Flower Drum Song" was a dated, stereotypical view of Americans of Oriental descent, the administrators of the artistic estate of Richard Rodge
Widespread Panic announced details of a fall tour that begins with three Halloween shows at UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans and continues across the southeast, stopping in Memphis, Tenn., Charleston, S.C., and Macon, Ga. Longtime friends George McConne
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