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An Expanding Theater and a Healing Director by JESSE McKINLEY

For Todd Haimes, the Roundabout Theatre Company's artistic director, the 2002-3 season will probably not be remembered for either the highs of "Nine" or the bottom-line lows, but rather for …

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Who is the Pip With Pizzazz? by: Brian Scott Lipton

Ana Gasteyer is Fanny Brice in the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera production of Funny Girl.

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Lauren Kennedy Interview

Thanks to Spidermonkey on All That Chat for the link!

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Just Us Boys

Review by Matthew Murray

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TWO HUCKS IN ONE by BARBARA HOFFMAN

ONCE Huck, twice shy. Or so it seemed for Daniel Jenkins, who played Huckleberry Finn the first time "Big River" splashed onto Broadway, and was asked - for the revival that opens on Broadwa…

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Original reclaims 'Millie' role

Darcie Roberts was the first Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie in a reading for the Alliance of National Musical Theatres years ago.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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A Big Appetite for Bite-sized by Peter Goodman

Stagecraft Squonk Opera brings its '... wunderwerk' tour to East Hampton

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PLATH PLAY HAS NO RHYME OR REASON by DONALD LYONS

TAKE an unstable, paranoid woman who was also a striking confessional poet. Remove the poet and what do you get?

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'Edge' Revives Ghost of Writer Plath by JUSTIN GLANVILLE

Sylvia Plath is famous today more for her unhappy life than for her poetry and stories, which is a shame, because her work is well-regarded by scholars.
Unfortunately, "Edge" a new one-woman play about Plath at off-Broadway's DR2 Theatre does nothing to correct that imbalance.

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Edge

Review by Matthew Murray

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Edge

Review by Adam Feldman

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Edge

Reviewed By: Philip Hopkins

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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK

Lean and Hungry Time That Feels Like Today by BRUCE WEBER
Daniel Sullivan's gripping horror movie of a "Julius Caesar" at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego is politically shrewd and relevant.

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Criminal

Review by Matthew Murray

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New 'Producers' cast keeps us in stitches by Howard Kissel

If you share my conviction that the economic health of New York is related to the quality of casting of "The Producers," you will be pleased to know that my own prognosis for the city is ext…

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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'NIP/TUCK'

Snipped, Implanted, But Short of Perfect by ALESSANDRA STANLEY
With Ruth Williamson.

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A reader emailed us about the possible demise of yet another theatre in NYC:

    I just recently learned from a friend that the Liberty Theatre on 42nd Street is hosting its last show, a "site-specific" production that's part of the Lincoln Center Festival, and directed by Deborah (MEDEA) Warner. After the production is closed, the theatre will become a Cipriani restaurant, and be lost to the theatre community forever.

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For all of the talk about restored theatres on 42nd Street, the truth is that there were nine theatres on the block (originally 11) pre-Disney, and only three of them--the New Amsterdam, the Victory and the Selwyn (I REFUSE to call it the American Airlines Theatre)-- have actually been restored. The rest have either been carved up or leveled, with the exception of the Times Square Theater, which is bracketed on both sides by the Ford Center (formerly the Lyric and Apollo Theatres). Hopefully, a Roundabout or MTC (or perhaps even Clear Channel, which holds the Ford Center lease) can be found to save it.I am not sure how much danger it is in, but this reader may be more clued in than I am (that would not surprise me at all...) But I did find some interesting things out about the Liberty Theater. The New 42nd Street nonprofit organization is charged with overseeing the redevelopment of the Liberty and six others on 42nd Street. It seems that there would be a major fuss if it were taken over by Cipriani, no matter how good the food is! I have emails into Cipriani and The New 42nd Street that have not been returned. I will let you know if I hear anything more on the subject. You should let us know if you hear anything too.

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