Theatre World 2005-2006: The Most Complete Record of the American Theatre

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John Willis, Ben Hodges
Hal Leonard Corporation, Jul 1, 2008 - 422 pages
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Now in its 62nd year, 'Theatre World' provides a complete statistical and pictorial record of the Broadway and off-Broadway theatre season. Each entry includes complete cast lists, producers and directors, authors and composers, opening dates, plot synopses, and biographical information.
 

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Theatre World Volume 62, 2005-2006: The Most Complete Record of the American Theatre (Theatre World)

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Touted as the definitive season document of Broadway, Off Broadway, and Off-Off Broadway (New York theaters with 100 or fewer seats) and high-profile regional theaters, this book details productions ... Read full review

Contents

Productions That Opened June 12005May 312006
19
Productions from Past Seasons That Played Through This Season
67
Productions from Past Seasons That Closed During This Season
85
Productions That Opened June 12005May 312006
89
Productions from Past Seasons That Played Through This Season
135
Productions from Past Seasons That Closed During This Season
143
OffBroadway Company Series
147
Productions That Opened June 12005May 312006
179
2006 THEATRE WORLD AWARD WINNERS
299
THEATRE WORLD AWARDS PRESENTATION
302
PREVIOUS THEATRE WORLD AWARD RECIPIENTS
305
MAJOR THEATRICAL AWARDS
309
LongestRunning Shows on Broadway
321
LongestRunning Shows OffBroadway
331
June 12005May 312006
337
INDEX
353

OffOffBroadway Company Series
215
PROFESSIONAL REGIONAL COMPANIES
257
20052006 THEATRICAL AWARDS
297
JOHN WILLIS CoEditor
423
Copyright

About the author (2008)

JOHN WILLIS has been the editor-in-chief of both "THEATRE WORLD and its companion series "SCREEN WORLD for over forty years.

Ben Hodges is an actor, director, theatre and independent film producer, and was executive director of Fat Chance Productions and the Ground Floor Theatre. He is editor of Forbidden Acts: Pioneering Gay and Lesbian Plays from the Twentieth Century, and co-editor of The Commercial Theater Institute Guide to Producing Plays and Musicals.

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