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CDs: Harmony by Ken Mandelbaum

A FAMILY AFFAIR (DRG)

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The Brickman Cometh

How do you get from Rio to the Garden State? Just ask Marshall Brickman, co-author of the new musical Jersey Boys.

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Theater of Cruelty By: Adam Klasfeld

New York is a city of haunted houses and bloodcurdling theatrical events this week.

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Thoughts about Rosie O'Donnell, Harold Pinter, Martin Charnin, Thomas Meehan, Tom Aldredge, and Tommy Tune.

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'Color' of Money By GORDON COX

Scan the roster of producers on "The Color Purple" and you'll likely recognize a few names. You've probably heard of Oprah Winfrey. Ditto Quincy Jones. But Andrew Asnes and Adam Zotovich? No…

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Something Wicked This Way Comes By Boris Kachka

Sultry Idina Menzel heads back downtown and leaves her teenybopper fans behind.

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Colm's vow pirated away

After Les Miz and Phantom, he swore never to commit to another giant musical. Then, he tells Richard Ouzounian, came The Pirate Queen

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TRUE CONFESSIONS

Anonymous is starring in one of Broadway's big hits and sharing stories of backstage life to our readers. This week, learn all about Broadway "fame"!

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Plenty of new blood onstage this season By ISA GOLDBERG

October has long been the scariest month of the year, when murderous fiends get a ghoulish green light. This fall, it seems, New York's theatrical community has gotten in on the act.

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Before its bow, auds at odds with 'Todd'

Show battles ghosts of prod'ns past

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Wasserstein's 'Third' winds up mostly academic by Howard Kissel

Much about "Third" is droll and well-observed, but too often it seems like an essay masquerading as a play.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'ASHLEY MONTANA GOES ASHORE IN THE CAICOS OR WHAT AM I DOING HERE?'
Spoofing the Morning Shows, But What's With the Congas? By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

Roger Rosenblatt's comic revue seems like a collection of stray thoughts and political jabs which occasionally sparkle but mostly land with a quiet thunk.

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4:48 Psychose

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LOST IN LACK OF TRANSLATION By FRANK SCHECK

BETTER bone up on your French before at tending this latest offering from the always challenging Next Wave Festival.

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Two stories, one disappointment BY PETER FILICHIA

Arthur Laurents' "2 Lives," now at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, seems to be two different plays.

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My Life Is a Dog By Jeremy McCarter

Joe Brooks's vanity musical is not terrible enough to be campy fun, but it's pretty lousy all the same.

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Absurd Person Singular
Review By Jeremy McCarter

The current revival of 'Absurd Person Singular' needs no help to seem clumsy and unconvincing.

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Latinologues
Review By Jeremy McCarter

Any effort to make Broadway less a province of rich old white folks deserves applause.

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A Soldier's Play
Review By Jeremy McCarter

As an investigator puzzles out a black soldier's murder in the South in 1944, Fuller shows how all of us, individually and collectively, are prisoners of our history.

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British miniseries takes a gamble with music by David Bianculli

A basic description of "Viva Blackpool," the new six-part miniseries premiering tonight at 10 on BBC America, will intrigue some people - but, most likely, repel many more.

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