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Love Songs by: Michael Buckley

Married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley highlight Lincoln Center's American Songbook series.

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Sondheim musical paints Seurat in accurate light BY HEDY WEISS

'I've only seen the Stephen Sondheim musical once, but I think it's pretty accurate in regard to Seurat," said Gloria Groom, the David and Mary Winton Green curator in the European Painting …

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A One-Man Ensemble Cast by HUGH HART

Jason Cottle plays a dozen different parts in the play 'Nickel and Dimed' at the Mark Taper.

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The Edgier Side of the Edge of the World by DON SHIRLEY

This year's festival of productions in sub-100-seat venues puts the emphasis on innovation, organizers say.

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Curtain up for Headley CD by Elysa Gardner

When Heather Headley was a little girl living in Trinidad, she wanted to grow up to be Whitney Houston.

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Saving Face

Changing one's appearance for a role can take its toll.

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Solo Passage

When one-person shows get interactive, the experience can be scary and empowering.

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On Stage: News from London, 'Daisy' and Shaw by Christopher Rawson

The Public Theater has announced that Rosemary Prinz will play the title role in "Driving Miss Daisy" (Nov. 7-Dec. 8).
No, not THAT Public Theater.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Iago rules the stage in festival's 'Othello' by Desmond Ryan

I saw this production Saturday. It was very well done, with three strong, charismatic leading performances.

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'Shear Madness': Overdue for a Chop by Peter Marks

I had never been much of a fan of term limits. Until I saw "Shear Madness."

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PLAYBILL ON-LINE'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Lee Adams

Everybody knows "Put On a Happy Face," the hit song from the Broadway musical, Bye Bye Birdie, but the name of Lee Adams is hardly on everybody's lips. Next to librettists, lyricists always …

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DVDs: Lockwood & Lamont in a Monumental Picture by Ken Mandelbaum

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (Warner Home Video)

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'RAISIN' HOPES by MICHAEL RIEDEL

FINALLY, a revival to get excited about: Lorraine Hansbury's "A Raisin in the Sun," starring Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett. This being Broadway, nothing's set in stone yet. But there…

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THEATER REVIEW | 'IN REAL LIFE'

A Turbulent Awakening From a Dream Come True by BEN BRANTLEY
Charlayne Woodard lends newly infectious vitality to the enduring clich of the wide-eyed but ambitious creature who hits the big city with a headful of dreams.

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Some Real Life Misbehavin' by Linda Winer

Charlayne Woodard's latest tells tales on herself and others

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE JUNEBUG SYMPHONY'

Sleepless and Wordless, He Leaves 'Em Speechless by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER
In this nonstop short day's journey into nightmare, James Thirre turns a sleepless night into a masterly display of usually wordless comedy and circus arts.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'JOLSON & COMPANY'

Hallelujah, He's Still a Bum, but a Bit Sweeter This Time by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER
Al Jolson was a vexatious man, and "Jolson & Company" is a vexatious musical.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'CALL THE CHILDREN HOME'

Packing in the Murder and Masochism by BRUCE WEBER
This new Off Broadway musical has been crammed into a tiny theater like too many towels stuffed into a dryer. Maybe that's why it's such a soggy and unwieldy bit of business.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE MAYOR'S LIMO'

Sometimes Even the Mayor Would Prefer a Squeegee Man by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER
This comedy-drama, written by Mark Nassar, never generates any emotion beyond admiration for the credibility of its performances.

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You've Got Mail: Two Pals Reminisce by Michael Bracken

'Oldfriends.com," making its New York debut at Queens Theatre in the Park, has only two characters, Kate and Val.
With Pat Carroll.

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Real music transforms 'Old' into new BY PETER FILICHIA

Who says you can't go home again?

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Creators' timidity drains `Dracula' of life by Terry Byrne

The idea of a singing vampire begs for camp. But the creators of ``Dracula, A Chamber Musical,'' having its U.S. premiere at North Shore Music Theatre, decided to play it straight.

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Sky's the limit for `Bat Boy' by Terry Byrne

A wacky tale from a supermarket tabloid hardly seems like the makings of musical theater. But SpeakEasy Stage Company's deliriously funny production of ``Bat Boy: The Musical'' easily ranks …

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Follow Spot

Actor Mike Doyle goes from homophobic rapist on TV's OZ to gay military poster boy in Burning Blue at the Beckett Theatre.

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Peter Filichia's Diary: Hundred Fold

Filichia wonders who might be included on a list of musical theater's 100 most interesting characters.

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