Thursday, June 8, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Arts, Briefly
Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

Promenade Theater to Close; Jerry Lewis Plans Broadway Musical; Footnote

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The Nutty Producer

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Van Zandts going legit By GORDON COX

Thesp/musician Steven Van Zandt has teamed with wife Maureen and legit producers Nina Keneally and Jamie Lightstone to form Renegade Theater, dedicated to producing limited Broadway runs of …

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Geffen goes 'Drinking'

Carrie Fisher will world preem her one-woman show "Wishful Drinking" at the Geffen Playhouse in October.

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Accident Turns Play Into an Improv Show

Harry Connick Jr., who plays the lead character in "The Pajama Game," filled a 27-minute interruption in the performance that was caused by a minor accident.

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Questions For. . . Cynthia Nixon

The actress, who is nominated for a Tony Award for her role in "Rabbit Hole," answered readers' questions.

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Audio Slide Show: Shades of 'Purple'

Elizabeth Withers-Mendes and Felicia P. Fields talk about being nominated for Tony Awards for their performances in "The Color Purple."

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Ask a Star: LaChanze

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Sitting pretty on Broadway BY PETER FILICHIA

Bob Martin, 43, is unique in this year's Tony Awards race.

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These leftovers are fresh By Greg Braxton

Spalding Gray's widow puts his unheard words into the mouths of others to celebrate his life.

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RITA'S HART-FELT DEBUT By BARBARA HOFFMAN

JUST DON'T ASK WILSON ABOUT HUBBY TOM, THANKS

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Stopping Traffic
Reviewed by: David Finkle

Mary Pat Gleason's courageous solo show details her struggle with bipolar disorder.

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Stopping Traffic
Review by Matthew Murray

"People have been telling me to shut up since I was four years old," says Mary Pat Gleason at the top of her new solo show, Stopping Traffic, at the Vineyard Theatre. Though this line elicit…

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Stopping Traffic

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In The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer
Reviewed by: David Finkle

The Keen Company's revival of this powerful docudrama encourages audiences to mull over what patriotism meant in the 1950s and what it means now.

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A Rock Star's Life, as Told by Those Who Aren't Too Interested, in 'Mark Smith' By JASON ZINOMAN

Kate E. Ryan's odd little play, the latest production from the 13P theater company, certainly sets a mood.

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'Millie' mauled in NJPAC production BY PETER FILICHIA

"Thoroughly Modern Millie" has a thoroughly awful Millie.

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Bermuda Avenue Triangle
Review By Laurence Vittes

Funny and aiming to please, this should do well with its target audience.

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The Will is Gone

With his eight-year stint on "Will and Grace" behind him, Eric McCormack switches gears dramatically to play the man in Some Girl(s)' lives.

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Broadway Magic

Drama critics often use the words "magic" or "magical" when reviewing a play or a performance. But there have been many literal displays of magic on Broadway over the years, as well.

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Elvis and Juliet
Reviewed by: Barbara & Scott Siegel

This modern take on Shakespeare's classic romance is a hunka hunka burning trash.

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