Saturday, April 6, 2002 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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THEATER REVIEW | 'MENOPAUSE'

Hot Flashes! Squishy Thighs! Yee-Ha!
By ANITA GATES

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CABARET REVIEW | DAVE FRISHBERG

His Attorney's Bernie
By STEPHEN HOLDEN

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Clark Jones, Director in TV's Early Days, Dies at 81

Mr. Jones directed many of television's first large-scale live arts programs, including a 1952 broadcast of "Carmen" from the Metropolitan Opera, "Peter Pan" with Mary Martin in 1955, the R…

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Roy Huggins, Creator of Hits in TV's First Years, Dies at 87

He may not have written for Broadway, but he was one of America's great dramatists. If you want to read Huggins' insights into what works, and doesn't, in drama, pick up the three books Ed Robertson has written about Huggins' biggest hits (The Fugitive, Maverick and The Rockford Files).

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Less Ado About Nothing

'Twelfth Night' only entry in Park fest
By PATRICIA O'HAIRE

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Flash-y, Funny Look At the Big Change

By ROBERT DOMINGUEZ

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Yahoo/Daily Variety: Hollywood Bowl tunes up season schedule by Phil Gallo

John Mauceri will lead the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra through "The Music Man," with Eric McCormack and Kristin Chenoweth in the leads, on Aug. 4, while the 100th anniversary of the birth of R…

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Archerd: Liza Minnelli Beaming in London by Army Archerd

I spoke with Liza Minnelli after her show Wednesday night at London's Royal Albert Hall. She was bubbling over in her dressing room after a dozen standing ovations.

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Archerd: Montel and Mandela Team Up for Wildlife by Army Archerd

Emmy winner Doris Roberts spends her "Everybody Loves Raymond" hiatus in a new production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the Strand in London's West End, bowing May 15.

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Tunes and Tomes

Charles Wright reviews a new book that takes issue with a popular notion regarding the career of Kurt Weill.

Chicago Sun-Times: Making 'Contact' with 'pure dance' BY HEDY WEISS
Ask the prolific director-choreographer Susan Stroman to name her favorite creation, and you might expect her to point to her first Broadway effort (the exhilarating dances for "Crazy for You") or her work on such high-profile revivals as "Show Boat," "The Music Man" and "Oklahoma!," or, most obviously, her undisputed megahit, "The Producers."

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