Sunday, March 31, 2002 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Toronto Star: Gotta sing gotta dance

The musical mantra is enjoying renewed popularity on Broadway, TV and at the movies, but this time around, it's being done with by Richard Ouzounian

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Toronto Star: Buffalo Gal helps celebrate the city

But even with Betty Buckley, it's not good enough for Broadway by Richard Ouzounian

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On Wisconsin: Sept. 11 an odd excuse to vent spleen at critic

[Thanks to Leanna for this... odd... link!]

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When it Raines...

Musical theater and soap opera star Ron Raines visits Chicago by Michael Buckley

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Readers respond to Filichias "Time Machine" column with their own wish lists of historic performances they'd love to have seen.

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Follow Spot

Karen Akers, who will be honored at the MAC Awards on Monday, discusses the importance of the cabaret art form in a post-9/11 world.

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Charles Nelson's Casts and Forecasts

Al Pacino is among the Angels, The Music Man is on the way, Chris Durang is tuning up a tuner, and an actors dream is about to come Tru.

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Tunes and Tomes

Performance artist Tim Miller shows off his great Body of work.

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Bye, Bye 'American Pie'; Mrs. Robinson Is Calling By JESSE McKINLEY

Jason Biggs corners the market on young American male sexual angst, from teen-movie losers to "The Graduate" on Broadway.

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When a Rapper Acts Out By KELEFA SANNEH

Rapping, like acting, exists in a gray area between charisma and craft. You put on some nice clothes, you deliver your lines and people respond, because they like you, or the character you'…

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HEY, CRITICS: DON'T YOU BE AFRAID OF THE DARK By CLIVE BARNES

Having lived in the fragile glass house of criticism for as long as I have, I am never particularly disposed to throw stones at fellow inmates.

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FRANKLY HILARIOUS By BARBARA HOFFMAN

During a preview performance of "Fortune's Fool," starring Alan Bates and Frank Langella, a door on the set closed with such force that a chandelier fell down.

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Heard on the street:
For the ABC's Movie of the Week presentation of THE MUSIC MAN, they are probably going with JASON ALEXANDER as Mayor Shinn.

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Debbie Does Workshop... Buzz around town this weekend is good about the DDD workshop presentation at the Jane Street the past few days. Looks like Araca may have another fringe hit on their hands...

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Happy Easter, everyone!

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