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Ann Morrison, the original Mary Flynn, happily resurfaces for the Merrily We Roll Along reunion concert on September 30.

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Cabaret Notes

Michael Vaccaro hasn't yet made it to Broadway -- but he can dream, can't he?

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PLAYBILL ON-LINE'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Lanford Wilson

Lanford Wilson admits he hasn't written anything in about a year, but that doesn't mean his work isn't being seen. Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre Company is devoting its current season to …

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Heading across the river BY PETER FILICHIA

Three theatrical productions with New Jersey roots are in various stages of making their way across the Hudson, en route to off-Broadway openings.

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Taymor Directs New Medium in 'Frida'

Julie Taymor studied dance, puppetry and mime before directing the Broadway production of "The Lion King," for which she received a Tony Award in 1998.

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New Play Draws Jack Nicholson

Jack Nicholson was among the celebrities attending the opening of "Fellow Traveler" at the Malibu Stage Company.

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The Three Faces of a Baseball Legend by SEAN MITCHELL

Lee Blessing's introspective drama uses multiple actors to explore Ty Cobb's drive to excel as well as the workings of the athlete's twisted psyche.

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Roundabout Calls Off Production of Miss Julie

The Roundabout Theatre Company's planned mounting of August Strindberg's Miss Julie will not be seen on Broadway this season. The production, which was to be helmed by David Leveaux, has bee…

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CDs: The "Liver" Bird by Ken Mandelbaum

MAGGIE MAY (Bayview)

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LIZ SMITH

The Redgrave mystique

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EVENTS TAKE LEGIT B.O. TOLL

Sept. 11, holidays darken Great White Way

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SHOWBIZ, PUBLISHING ARE CUSTOM FIT by Robert Hofler

Showbiz and custom publishing have recently made for two uneasy, short-lived marriages. The third time, however, might be the charm with Clear Channel's new Show People magazine, focusing on…

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BIZ JUMPS; '42ND' 879G

Bucking the Broadway trend, road grosses soared during Week 15 (Sept. 2-8), as receipts rose by 20.9% to $11,821,689.

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MOB SCENES by BRIAN SCOTT LIPTON

YOU don't need to subscribe to HBO to see the stars of the cable channel's hottest shows. Just go to a New York theater this fall.

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FROM HBO TO SRO by BRIAN SCOTT LIPTON

NOT to be outgunned in the screen-to-stage sweepstakes is the cast of HBO's prison drama, "Oz."

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2 groups top Jeff nominees BY MARY HOULIHAN

With 16 nominations apiece, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire lead this year's contenders for the 34th annual Joseph Jefferson Awards.
Some familiar names among the nominees, including Chita Rivera, Ann Reinking, Stephen R. Buntrock, Jenny Bacon, and Jeffrey Sweet.

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Garbo Musical Turns Spotlight on Mystery Woman by Anna Peltola

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - What would Greta Garbo, Hollywood's mystery woman who "wanted to be alone," think of an entire musical telling the story of her life in flashy Broadway style.

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Funny Women at the Palace

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TALKING TERROR by JOHN LAHR

Tom Stoppard on the revolutionary road.

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Broadway on Broadway Slide Show

Someone please tell them that's NOT Sutton Foster...

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