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'Hello, Dolly!' songwriter to give workshop, concert by Alice T. Carter

With Don Pippin, Jason Graae, Paige O'Hara and Karen Morrow.

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Who is that masked man? by Jerry Rice

Southland-grown "Phantom" ' haunts L.A. stage
Brad Little.

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Bar-Hopping With Hirschfeld

In 1932, Caricaturist Al Hirschfeld And Writer Gordon Kahn turned their extensive nocturnal research into the ultimate boozy baedeker.

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PHOTO CALL: Kathie Lee Gifford in Listen to My Heart: The Songs of David Friedman

Kathie Lee Gifford and composer David Friedman after a performance of the revue Listen to My Heart Upstairs at Studio 54.

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Playing it Proud

Olympia Dukakis' social activism takes firm hold with her latest film, The Event.

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MOMIX Returns to the Joyce

MOMIX opened a three-week engagement on Sept. 23 at The Joyce Theater with Opus Cactus, which was conceived and directed by the company's artistic director, Moses Pendleton.

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The Season That Was On Disc

Compact Disc Reviews by Andy Propst

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Songs are story in revamped 'Almost Heaven' by John Moore

After more than two years of trying to figure out the most effective way of staging the Denver Center Theatre Company's "Almost Heaven: Songs and Stories of John Denver," the obvious still has not fully sunk in with its creative team:
"Almost Heaven: The Songs of John Denver." Now, that would be a powerhouse.

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Once Roiled, Revelation Theater Returns

The not-for-profit Revelation Theater, which has been struggling to complete building its two-story West 39th Street playhouse for most of 2003, finally inaugurated it on Tues., Oct. 7.

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CDs: Bon Voyage by Ken Mandelbaum

ANYTHING GOES (Prism/ First Night Records)

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London's Panned Money to Burn Closes Quickly

Daniel Abineri's musical thriller Money to Burn, the second show to play at the new West End venue The Venue, closed this Saturday, October 11, only two days after it opened.

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Leapin' Lizards! Equity Prexy Patrick Quinn Is a Daddy at Philly's Walnut Street, Nov. 4-Jan. 4

Patrick Quinn, president of Actors' Equity Association, will be wearing a new hat and a new haircut in the Walnut Street Theatre staging of Annie.

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'Yogi': A chance to catch Ben Gazzara by ROBERT DOMINGUEZ

Fifty years after dazzling Broadway audiences with a series of intense leading roles - he played Brick in the original production of Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in 1955 - Ben…

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Filichia describes what's propelled him to The Third Stage of Cast Album Nirvana.

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Jersey writer's passage to Afghanistan BY PETER FILICHIA

Trenton native William Mastrosimone, best-known from the play and film versions of "Extremities" and "Bang Bang You're Dead," has a new play opening at his hometown's Passage Theatre Company…

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CHANGING MINDS - ONE JOKE AT A TIME by GERSH KUNTZMAN

JACKIE Mason's favorite comedian is back in town.

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Inner Tube

The skinny on how TV gets that look
They say the camera adds 10 pounds.
But the creators of "Beautiful Girl," a film starring full-figured actress Marissa Jaret Winokur as a pageant contestant, wanted TV to remove the bigness.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'TO MY CHAGRIN'

An Easy Segue From Tender to Tough by MARGO JEFFERSON
Peggy Shaw's new show, at P.S. 122, is filled with tonal changes. It moves through aggression, nostalgia and tender idealism, and between rowdy humor and social criticism.

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Room for improvement BY PETER FILICHIA

'The Good Daughter' has potential to be even better

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Williams' Versatility Shown by MALCOLM JOHNSON

'8 By Tenn' At Hartford Stage Demonstrates Playwright's Breadth

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HE SAID, SHE SAID by HILTON ALS

One-acts by Edward Albee and Samuel Beckett.

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Touch

Review

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Julia Pastrana

Reviewed By: Philip Hopkins

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Darrell Henline, Cabaret Magazine Editor, Dies at 75

Darrell Henline was the publisher and editor of the monthly magazine Cabaret Scenes.

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Biz jumps; 'Chicago' 903g

Road grosses

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