Sunday, August 20, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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"It's Free Theater in the Park, but New Yorkers Are Still Paying a Price," by Manny Fernandez

Waiting in line for tickets to Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," starring Meryl Streep, often begins the night before a performance.

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"Backpage: Robes and Furr'd Gowns Hide All"

A tattered muslin coat may not seem fit for a king, but in this case it's just a fitting.

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"One Pippin Who's on the Right Track," by Anita Gates

Pippin is a handsome production, despite some overwhelming flower-power visual commentary here and there.

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"Broadway's Touring Shows Find Seats Harder to Sell," by David Leonhardt

Why do some of Broadway's biggest hits have such a hard time when they hit the road?

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"Usher's Next Stage," by Rebecca Louie

After a bit of banter with actress Bianca Marroquin, who plays Roxie, a piano swells with a Kander and Ebb tune. Trading his Grammy-winning R&B croon for a forceful boom, Usher sings, "All I…

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"On the Record," by Steven Suskin

[title of show] and Falling in Love Is Wonderful

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