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Heather Dilly

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Stephen Sondheim's journey to 'Bounce' by Chris Jones

"Oy, Oy, Oy," kvetches Stephen Sondheim, the iconic composer whose name launched a thousand books and journals, and whose personal approval is more valuable and sought after in theatrical ci…

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The team behind `Bounce' by Chris Jones, Sid Smith and Michael Phillips

Interviews with much of the cast and crew.

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`Bounce' huge for Sondheim Review by Charles Storch

The quarterly magazine, which describes itself as "dedicated to the work of the musical theater's foremost composer and lyricist," has been primed for a new Stephen Sondheim show literally a…

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Polar opposites linked by blood and legacy by Michael Phillips

Who were the Mizner brothers, anyway?

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'Urinetown' hits our town

ACT's latest collaboration brings Broadway hit to Geary Theater by Steven Winn
Three years ago, when the lofty dreams of "Frank Loesser's Hans Christian Andersen" ended in a spectacular bomb at the Geary Theater, it was hard to imagine salvaging much of anything from the wreckage.

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Brochure makes waves for Playhouse by Jackie Demaline

Party with the Cincinnati musical stage's favorite star! Playhouse in the Park celebrates Pam Myers' first solo CD, The Chance to Sing, with a release party 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. July 9.
Second item.

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Theater percolates in Skidmore's woods by BEN SHER

The LAByrinth Theater Company has white-hot energy. LAByrinth plays -- often written, directed and performed by its members -- are funny, furious, profane, bold. They feel dangerous.

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Theaters Pause To Check Health by Frank Rizzo

Every two years leaders of the nation's not-for-profit regional theaters gather to take their collective temperature.
In June 2001, they were running a fever.
But after 9/11, a continually crashing economy, a war and a shifting market, it looks like it's time to call 911.

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The Seventh Monarch

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LIZ SMITH

The "My Fair Lady" revival; Lainie Kazan; etc.

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THE STARR REPORT by MICHAEL STARR

"The Early Show" has a busy week ahead.
On tomorrow's show (7-9 a.m./Ch. 2), Jim Dale - who voices all the "Harry Potter" characters on the "HP" audiobooks - will be in the plaza doing a live reading from "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix." That's expected to air during the show's second hour.

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The Ethicist by Randy Cohen

Broadway Sound Designer Tony Meola asks The Ethicist about house tickets... Awwww, we wanted him to ask if it was alright to sell a tape of off-stage body mic conversations from The Wild Party! (Yes, you should.)

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FRANK RICH

Gay Kiss: Business as Usual
CBS staged the first live gay network reality show in prime time. They called it "The Tony Awards."

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A Stage Design Worthy of Leonardo Da Vinci by ROBERTA SMITH

"The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci," Mary Zimmerman's new work, continues her use of appropriation, which pervades nearly all contemporary art forms.

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In One Actor, a Gay Survivor and Her Peers by DON SHEWEY

In Doug Wright's play "I Am My Own Wife," Jefferson Mays produces several great performance moments without using words.

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A New Marquee Name: Hirschfeld

The Al Hirschfeld Theater will take its place on Broadway on Monday, when the Martin Beck Theater at 302 West 45th Street is officially renamed.

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BroadwayStars salutes two swell people who should be Broadway Stars...
Congratulations and best wishes to actors Heather Dilly and Jonathan Sale on their wedding today!

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The articles above require registration on ChicagoTribune.com, but for Sondheim fans, they're worth it.

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