Much ado about nothing...the title is fine with me. 'Weegee' is used not just as the person, but also as a set of photographic work...as in "I went to see a bunch of 'Ansels'."

In the article, the first paragraph starts after a series of Weegee quotes, "The imagined speaker is Arthur Fellig, better known, and very well known, as Weegee (1899-1968)." Certainly does not leave anyone guessing.

That aside, I'd love to see the show.