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Loose Lips By: Brian Scott Lipton

James McDaniel soldiers on, Jeff Blumenkrantz gets published, and Elaine Stritch makes the stars feel at home.

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Jill Heads Back Up the Hill

Long absent from Broadway, Jill Clayburgh makes up for lost time this season with a welcome return in not one but two comedies

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Photo File By: Joseph Marzullo; text by Michael Portantiere

Brooke Shields returns to Broadway, Mos Def goes "bling," and fun folks turn out for Jim Caruso's Cast Party.

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The Siegel Column

The Siegels praise Elaine Stritch to the skies but have some problems with the film version of Proof.

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Spirit
Reviewed By: Dan Bacalzo

The London-based ensemble Improbable has fashioned an enthralling theater piece that simultaneously celebrates and deconstructs the creative process. »

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UNCLEAR CHANNEL By MICHAEL RIEDEL

IT was the corporate giant that theater people feared would gobble up Broadway.

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Obituary: Guy Green, 91; Cinematographer Turned Director By Dennis McLellan

He directed movies such as "Light in the Piazza," "Diamond Head," "A Walk in the Spring Rain" and "The Magus."

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Kristin and November's Women of Faith Concert

It is with great regret that we let you all know Kristin Chenoweth will not be participating in the November Women of Faith concert in Oklahoma City. She has been asked to withdraw by the or…

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He's absent, yet he's there By Karen Wada

August Wilson isn't on hand for 'Radio Golf's' development. Still, the cast feels his presence.

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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK
Celebrating Shaw, a Serious Optimist By BEN BRANTLEY

The long and fecund career of George Bernard Shaw is being celebrated in a festival of talks, readings and performances at the New York Public Library.

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Peter Filichia's Diary

When he wasn't seeing shows this summer, Filichia spent time with some good books.

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12 down, 10 to go for 'all-state' actor BY PETER FILICHIA

Some years ago, Carl Wallnau set a goal for himself: He would appear at least once at every professional theater in New Jersey.

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Passions flare in naming of P-town troupe By Maureen Dezell

In Provincetown, a brouhaha is bubbling over changes planned for two local theaters.

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CINDY ADAMS

BOOKS COMING OUT EVERYWHERE

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HIS WISE WAYS By LOU LUMENICK

IT'S ironic that director Robert Wise will be best remembered for the schmaltzy Oscar-winning "The Sound of Music" - still one of the most popular films of all time 40 years after its releas…

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Solving for X: Is She Crazy or a Math Mastermind? By MANOHLA DARGIS

Gwyneth Paltrow plays the daughter of a famous dead mathematician in John Madden's terribly serious film adaptation of the much-admired Broadway play.

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'Proof' lives up to its powerful pedigree By Claudia Puig

Proof proves undeniably that the intimacy of a stage play can be re-created powerfully on screen.

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Lend an ear to Charlie Kaufman By Mark Swed

His wit once more runs rampant in his intriguing "Theater of the New Ear," which opened the UCLA Live season Wednesday night at Royce Hall.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'SPIRIT'
Visions of Toy Soldiers, and War, Dance in Boys' Heads By BEN BRANTLEY

"Spirit," by the London-based Improbable troupe, is a funny, melancholy and altogether entrancing journey into a land of dreams.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR'
For Women Without Men, Idleness Is a Virtue By HONOR MOORE

This 1953 play Dorothy Parker wrote with Arnaud d'Usseau is as unyielding and coruscating a portrait of women before feminism as I have ever seen.

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For fans of Parker BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

Revival of 1953 play offers flashes of writer's famous wit

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'Blood! Love! Madness!' is freshly reconceived By David C. Nichols

How cagey of the Actors' Gang to revisit "Blood! Love! Madness!" at its new Ivy Substation venue.

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MAID FOR LAUGHS, NOT LOVE By FRANK SCHECK

SOMEONE at the New York City Opera must be accruing some serious frequent-flier miles on British Airways. The company has recently specialized in recruiting West End stars rarely seen on our…

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Arts, Briefly
Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

'Lennon' to close, Grand Palais reopens, Britney Spears announced the birth of her baby boy on her Web site and more culture news.

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