Sunday, March 14, 2004 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Denver-born 'Brooklyn' gets its shot on Broadway by John Moore

"Brooklyn," Sibling's debut production last May, opens on Broadway Oct. 21, it will be announced this week. Rehearsals begin July 5.

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Stage of healing by John Moore

After years of abuse, a search for solace
Martin Moran.

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Homemade 'Dish' by Jim Carnes

Luke Yankee and his mother, the late actress Eileen Heckart: Yankee's one-man show, "Diva Dish," is full of stories about his mother and her famous friends.

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Behind Hairspray's joyous hold by RICHARD OUZOUNIAN

If you'd like to have an insight into why Hairspray is such a uniquely joyous musical, try spending some time with Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

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Marked man by BLAKE GREEN

The makeup expertise of Angelina Avallone is well- represented in four shows on Broadway, but you'll have to go Off- Broadway to view her talents as a tattoo artist.

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A tale of love and loss BY PETER FILICHIA

Swoosie Kurtz is the daughter of a World War II bomber pilot who named her after his airplane "Swoose" (half swan, half goose), from a lyric in a then-popular song. And while her unique name…

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Common of Earthly Delights by JAMES TRAUB

Times Square turns 100 next month. Now, as in the beginning, it's a noisy realm of desire and commerce and when its present-day expression no longer satisfies, it, too, will pass.

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That Old-Time Radio
The legendary New York disc jockey still carries the torch for Sinatra and the standards, but that doesn't mean he resists all innovation he says satellite radio rocks.

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Unstarving Actors by MICHAEL POLLAK
Q. If you're an actor, do you get a special rate in theater district restaurants?

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Elaine Paige.

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Crowning achievement by Michael Phillips

Regina Taylor has spent her life telling stories. Now 'Crowns,' her tale of strong women and strong faith, is one of the hottest titles in regional theater.

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Where have you seen her before? by Michael Phillips

Opening this week at the Goodman, "Crowns" shows off the writing and directing side of Regina Taylor's multidirectional resume.

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Where for art thou, principles? by Chris Jones

Shakespeare Theater, Quaker partnership crosses troubling line

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Agency Needs Work On Show by Frank Rizzo

Hartford Stage, Long Wharf Theatre and Goodspeed Opera House aren't the only arts groups that have works-in-progress.
Sometimes that also applies to governmental agencies.

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Master's range was all of music by Howard Reich

In the final weeks of his life, which he spent at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the magnificent composer Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson would not stop working.

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