Thursday, December 11, 2003 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Stage Notes: 12/11/03 by Paul Wontorek

The Sh-K-Boom folks on Great Joy!; Jeffrey Wright on Angels; and Paul on Never Gonna Dance, Avenue Q and GLAAD.

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Lea Thompson Wedded to 'Ed' Cameo

"Caroline in the City" and "SpaceCamp" star Lea Thompson is set to guest star on NBC's "Ed." The "Casual Sex?" and "Howard the Duck" thespian will do a three-episode arc playing Ed Stevens' (Tom Cavanagh) ex-wife Liz.
Yes, Melissa Errico played Liz in the season two episode "Closure."

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Equity Demands Meetings

Council Tells Members to Gather with Broadway/Tour Casts

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Review by Gordon Cox
It's a perpetually tantalizing topic, but Reddin's script, about a contemporary family gathering at which the matriarch reveals her own role in the dissemination of information about the murder, is content simply to ask the questions.

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Review by William Stevenson
Though it could use more action and conflict, the play does offer some gripping moments and a compelling performance by Mary Beth Peil in the lead role.

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'Angels' Enjoys a Second Coming by Linda Winer

Many who already have reviewed the TV "Angels" have described this as a dream cast. And certainly, it is. I can't stifle a pang, however, for the dream casts that defined these characters fo…

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Tunes, Tomes, & Videos

New Christmas CDs showcase Barbara Cook, the Philly Pops (with Ann Hampton Callway), and the Broadway Inspirational Voices.

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An Engrossing 'Story'

Review by Andy Propst

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The Story

Review

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Handy Dandy

Review

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Nothing But the Truth

Review

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All Over the Map by: Dan Bacalzo

Embarrassments in Philadelphia, Oy Vey in a Manger in San Francisco, and Man From Nebraska in Chicago.

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Getting Your Show on the Road by Simi Horwitz

Booking an Act on the College and Small Theatre Circuits

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Thomas Joins Rossellini in The Stendhal Syndrome

Broadway.com has learned that Richard Thomas, best known as John "John-Boy" Walton in the television series The Waltons, has been picked to co-star with Isabella Rossellini in the upcoming P…

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Subs at center stage BY JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ

It's been a bad year for Broadway shows.
But it's been a good year for Broadway understudies.

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She Dupes To Conquer

Modern women may need new understanding to play pre-feminist characters.

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Kudisch to Play Proprietor in Assassins on B'way

Tony nominated actor Marc Kudisch has been tapped to the play a new, expanded version of the Proprietor in the upcoming Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's Assassins.

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Center stage by Peter Filichia

The intense snowstorm of last weekend caused all of New Jersey's professional theaters to call off their Friday and Saturday performances. But only the Paper Mill Playhouse will offer an ext…

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What's on Kushner's calendar by Frank Rizzo

Kushner also says his new musical that just opened off-Broadway, "Caroline, or Change" will definitely be on Broadway, perhaps as early as February but certainly before the end of the curren…

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'Little Women' Runs a Little Late by Gordon Cox

"Caroline, or Change" also has been offered an available Broadway theater, said to be the Eugene O'Neill, where "Nine" plays it final performance on Sunday.

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'Angels' touches Eustis; 'BCN's changing cast by Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan

BLINK AND YOU'LL MISS HIM: Watch carefully during Part II of "Angels in America," airing Sunday on HBO, and you'll glimpse Oskar Eustis, artistic director of Trinity Repertory Company.

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REAL 'WICKED'

TALK about your reality shows: Taye Diggs will join the cast of "Wicked" as the love interest of Idina Menzel - his real-life love.

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Reporters, murder and ethics make for a slick mix in 'The Story' by Linda Winer

Tracey Scott Wilson's "The Story" at the Public Theater, is so damp off recent ethics-and-black-journalism headlines that one could easily - in fact, too easily - overlook the skill of this bright new playwright.
If so, our loss - and most likely - Hollywood's gain.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE STORY'

Ambition and Ethics Wage War at a Paper by BRUCE WEBER
Tracey Scott Wilson's compelling new play is a timely and well-executed review of the current year in journalistic ethics.

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Engrossing 'Story' covers key journalistic issues BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

A timely play and an absorbing yarn, "The Story" registers as one of the best bits of news from off-Broadway in some time.

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The Story

Review by Matthew Murray
Much of the play is interesting, but in the wake of the real-world events Blair set in motion, the play's edges don't seem as sharp, its insights not quite so cutting.

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The Story

Review by Eric Grode
It's what Front Page-era newshounds used to call a corker, and it's a bright spot on the current theater scene.

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The Story

Reviewed By: Barbara & Scott Siegel

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THEATER REVIEW

Recent Plays
A Christmas Carol; Lesbian Pulp-O-Rama in "A Very Pulpy Christmas"; Nativity: A Life Story.

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PIRANDELLO IN A FASHION, OVERDRESSED by DONALD LYONS

Unfortunately, director Fabrizio Melano, renowned for his opera stagings, has jazzed up the play absurdly.

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Love and Taxes

Review

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Never Gonna Dance

Review

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