Tuesday, March 4, 2003 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Audiences Hibernate as Broadway Takes a Dip

'Aida,' 'Beauty' fade at B.O. by Robert Hofler
NEW YORK (Variety) - Broadway appears to have gone Wall Street as March audiences are certainly bearish. Most of Broadway's 26 shows suffered big declines at the box office last week.

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Club Gets 'Rhythm'

Playwrights at work on a stage version of 'Get Shorty' by Robert Hofler
NEW YORK (Variety) - One good club deserves another. "The Rhythm Club" opens its doors at the Manhattan Theater Club next season.

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Horst Buchholz, German Actor, Dies at 69

Horst Buchholz's Hollywood credits included roles in Billy Wilder's cold war satire "One, Two, Three" and "The Magnificent Seven."

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Horst Buchholz's Broadway Credits

And in a rare typo for the IBDB, there are also Broadway credits listed for a Horst "Bucholz" (with one H).

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Elaine Barrie, 87, Dies; Married Barrymore by DOUGLAS MARTIN

Elaine Barrie was the fourth wife of the Shakespearean actor John Barrymore. Their tumultuous on-again, off-again engagement and marriage enthralled the nation.

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Appreciation

A Theater's Class Act by Megan Rosenfeld
Frankie Hewitt, Stage Mother to Ford's

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LIZ SMITH

David & Liza's 1,200 best pals on guest list

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The Rhoda Not Taken by Jane Horwitz

Valerie Harper Cracks Upscale In 'The Tale of the Allergist's Wife'

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Well, hello, Satchmo by Desmond Ryan

Andr De Shields conjures Louis Armstrong back to vibrant and captivating life in Ambassador Satch, but the show has to struggle with the inescapable fact of what happened to the jazz icon's…

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THEATER REVIEW

Recent Plays
Four plays address magical realism, sexual foibles, self-identity and being black and female.
Erendira, Far and Wide, One Million Butterflies and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf.

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Erendira Review

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THEATER REVIEW | 'HIGH PRIEST OF CALIFORNIA'

Life in a 50's Apartment, Rendered in Noir and White by BRUCE WEBER
The script of "High Priest of California" has holes, but the production is terrifically attuned to the noir spirit of the writer Charles Willeford.

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SAINT WITH PAINT by DONALD LYONS

For all its infectious energy, "Radiant Baby" lacks a coherent take either on Haring's art - we are shown lots of it in quick takes - or on the decade he came to symbolize.

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Centre stage and loving it by RICHARD OUZOUNIAN

Jeremy Kushnier starring in Toronto-bound musical hit Aida

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Designing Dixie by FRANK RIZZO

Actress Takes On Roles Of Women Who Ultimately Define A Piece Of Who She Is

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'BOOM!' never bombed, but it took time to become a hit by Michelle Jabes

Larson's life tale fell to wayside as 'Rent' became a hit

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Dirty Story Review

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THE RATIONAL PASTIME by Michael Feingold

Greenberg Wins the Pennant; Haring Gets Marketed Again
Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg; Radiant Baby by Stuart Ross, Ira Gasman, and Debra Barsha

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WE'RE 2! by Charles McNulty

Howard's Professor of Desire; O'Hara Gets Skittish
Anto Howard's Scattergood; Robert O'Hara's Booty Candy

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THROUGH THE FLAMES by Francine Russo

Kristin Marting's Erendira; Dawn Akemi Saito's Erendira

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Photo File

Fabulous dames, a Broadway outfielder, a hot-hot-hot director, a legendary composer, and a really radiant baby.

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Hilary Swank to Take Wed. Miracle Matinees Off

The seven-performance schedule will allow Swank to "ease into her Broadway debut," according to a production spokesperson.

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CDs: La Pelirroja by Ken Mandelbaum

REDHEAD (Fynsworth Alley)

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BACK TO THE BOARDS

In an increasingly flat-screen world, stars like Al Pacino and Gwyneth Paltrow look to theater for a human connection. Will the rest of us follow?

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CAA STROLLING TO LEGIT LANE

Too early to know which clients to follow former WMA agent
In a surprise move with significant implications for New York theater and the agency business, William Morris Agency theater topper George Lane has ankled the percentery for Creative Artists Agency.

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VETERAN Broadway agent George Lane has left William Morris after decades at the talent agency.
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