Leanne Boepple

Leanne
Boepple
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Olivier Awards Announced 
The London theatre world honored its best and brightest on February 12 at the Oliviers, England's equivalent of the Tonys.Among the evening's top winners
Second Stage's Second Stage 
Around the corner from Times Square, the Second Stage Theatre has slipped into its new home, causing a stir Off Broadway. From the outside, it is difficult
Playing In The Park 
Every summer, the Delacorte Theatre hosts one of the city's most popular theatrical traditions, the New York Shakespeare Festival, fondly known as Shakespeare
Shop talk 
Celebrating sales success and international expansion, retail giant Wal-Mart added a fair amount of show to its business at the company's annual shareholders
U2's solar energy 
Forsaking the mirror balls and pop imagery associated with U2 these days, director Jake Scott of Portfolio/Black Dog Films and director of photography
Queen of the Hill 
With numerous nods to her first solo album, including five Grammy awards and the cover of Time magazine, Lauryn Hill (below) has become the frontwoman
Love is in the air 
Cosas del Amor, Enrique Iglesias' sophomore turn on the concert touring scene, is a mix of sweet romance and hard-edged bravado, a perfect blend for the
Quadrennial Approaches 
The Prague Quadrennial, one of the most prestigious international exhibits of theatre design, will take place at the Industrial Palace in Prague from
Shadow games: De La Guarda plays with light in its unique performances 
When audiences enter the Daryl Roth Theatre in New York, they are corralled cattlelike into a holding area before entering the performance space. Show
Born again 
Peter Gatien's famed New York nightspot, housed in a former Episcopal church, has seen its second coming. After a two-year closing (the result of a much-publicized
Gramercy Continues Off B'way's Growth 
You only have to travel about 20 blocks downtown from the Broadway theatre district to discover a thriving new theatrical community in New York, the burgeoning
In memoriam: William E. Greenfield 
Television lighting designer William E. Greenfield died of cancer on January 24 in Riverdale, NY. He was 68. After graduating with a bachelor's degree
Rite of passage: LD Donald Holder's luminous journey through Broadway's The Lion King 
Director Julie Taymor has inherited the legacy of The Lion King admirably, adapting one of Disney's most popular animated classics into an equally popular
Lighting the jet set 
Marking its 70th anniversary, Cessna Aircraft celebrated in style at its annual off-site event held last September 22 during the National Business Aviation
Crowning glory: LD Norm Schwab lights the four seasons at Melbourne's Crown casino 
One of the largest recent construction projects in the southern hemisphere is the new Crown casino in Melbourne, Australia. Designed by an association
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