Friday, August 13, 2004 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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DVDs: Mary and Ethel Who? by Ken Mandelbaum

MARY MARTIN AND ETHEL MERMAN: THE FORD 50th ANNIVERSARY SHOW (VAI )
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (Warner Home Video)

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Brian Dykstra: Cornered & Alone

Review By Jerry Weinstein

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BETTER THINK TWICE By MICHAEL RIEDEL

Bob Dylan wants Twyla Tharp to do for him what she did for Billy Joel with "Movin' Out."

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The Passion of Dracula By: Michael Portantiere

Tom Hewitt seduces Melissa Errico in Dracula, The Musical.

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Ethan Mordden should have found another title for his new book, but what would be a better choice?

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Reality as theater BY PETER FILICHIA

One-woman 'Haven' aims to generate empathy for people traumatized by war

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Mauer has risen from 'Phantom' extra to its star By Sarah Breitenbach

Extended for two weeks at the Hippodrome

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Comic trip: 'Say You Love Satan' playwright Marvels at dual careers By Terry Byrne

Comic book writer by day, playwright by night.
It sounds like the dual identity of a New Age superhero, but for Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa it's a dream come true.

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at The New York Musical Theatre Festival by Warren Hoffman

An Interview with Kris Stewart, Geoff Cohen, and Isaac Robert Hurwitz

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Hot Rods

Actors who work with puppets find the task a handful.

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Have Dramaturg's Pen, Will Travel By Gwen Orel

A Plethora of Literary Managers Are Shuffling to New Assignments

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From the Serious to the Satirical, Productions Explore Issues of Faith

We're a nation of many faiths. A random look at shows now playing in New York reveals faith as a recurring theme and source of inspiration.

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Welcome to New York

For our annual issue welcoming the seasonal influx to New York City, Back Stage has chosen to provide a smorgasbord of helpful information on how to get started.

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Let's Put On a Show

Review by Edward Karam

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Let's Put On A Show!

Reviewed By: David Finkle

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Let's Put on a Show!

Review by Matthew Murray

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The Siegel Column

Medea in Jerusalem kills, Maureen McGovern holds court at Le Jazz Au Bar, and Laura Benanti and Gavin Creel do their stuff at Joe's Pub.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'BRIAN DYKSTRA: CORNERED & ALONE'

Unkind Words for Bush, Soft Spot for Nancy Reagan By ANITA GATES
It's always dangerous to equate mere outspokenness with humor, but Brian Dykstra's exhilarating one-man show does more than call names.

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On the edge of the stage BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

High art, low comedy and everything in-between hit NY stages

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Eclectic mix for intrepid theatergoers

Downtown NYC is where the action is with 194 shows in a variety of venues

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