Thursday, January 25, 2007 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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From Unread to in Demand, Thanks to 'Utopia' By JULIE BOSMAN

A 1978 collection of essays on 19th-century Russian intellectuals has virtually disappeared from bookstores across New York City, thanks to Tom Stoppard and his epic three-part play "The Coa…

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Theater Briefs By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

"Frost/Nixon" sets its Broadway opening, Primary Stages announces part of its new season and Andrew Lloyd Webber may appear as a guest judge on "You're the One That I Want."

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'Italian' renews its lease

Off Broadway's 499-seat Little Shubert Theater has had trouble keeping a tenant since it opened in 2003, but it looks like the current occupant plans to stick around for a while.

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A quick understudy By Adam Feldman

Maureen Moore has carved out a unique position as a professional contradiction in terms: a star understudy.

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Bawdy and soul By Smith Galtney

Bodacious songstress Bridget Everett combines big lungs, butt sex and influential friends to mount her ribald solo show, At Least It¹s Pink.

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SIZABLE HELPING OF LEWD By BARBARA HOFFMAN

OK, so maybe it's not all that typical. But neither is "At Least It's Pink," Bridget Everett's raunchy musical romp opening tonight at Ars Nova.

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A smarter shade of blond by Jessica Werner Zack

Laura Bell Bundy a no-brainer as Elle Woods in 'Legally Blonde,' opening in San Francisco

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Sister act By Charles Leroux

The makeup, the mannerisms and the voice set the stage for the transformation of Cherry Jones to Sister Aloysius in 'Doubt'

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Forget Hamlet. Here Comes The Camp King Arthur By Paul Majendie

Simon Russell Beale, one of the greatest classical actors of his generation in Britain, is camping it up as King Arthur in the Monty Python musical "Spamalot" -- and critics thoroughly appro…

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Blood simple By Gia Kourlas

Flemish director Jan Fabre opens a vein in Je Suis Sang.

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Amusing asides By Chris Barton

Who needs comedy clubs? The worlds of sketch, improv and stand-up are happily colliding in offbeat venues all over town.

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Estimated Time of Arrival
Reviewed by: Dan Bacalzo

This collection of short plays by Amy Fox, Lisa Ebersole, Anthony Minghella, and Michael Weller is deftly directed and nicely acted.

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Love Is Up Against the Wall, So Now It's Time to Fight By Ginia Bellafante

"Estimated Time of Arrival" is a series of thin comic vignettes presented over the course of an economical 90 minutes that prize the sort of love consumed by its own inertia.

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Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen
Review by Mark Blankenship

If Broadway producers ever greenlight a musical based on "Mean Girls," the Lindsay Lohan pic about a brainy teen who courts popularity partly by pretending to be bad at calculus, they should…

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The Math Rookie Is a Girl, a Big Problem for the Geeks By NEIL GENZLINGER

Kathryn Walat's play is intended to be a light comedy, but ends up being surprisingly oppressive, with nothing beyond easy, tired stereotypes to offer.

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There Came A Gypsy Riding

Frank McGuinness excels at those Irish family dramas in the tradition of Sean O'Casey where the characters are strong and the stories remarkable. There Came A Gypsy Riding is no exception.

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Dead Set 3
Review by David Cote

Devised by multimedia auteur Caden Manson and executed by six fearless actors, this visually and sonically ravishing production will leave you rattled, amazed and perhaps a little queasy.

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Must Don't Whip 'Um
Review by Helen Shaw

Backed by her genre-spanning, elastic band Gloria Deluxe, Hopkins pulls off the impossible: She makes postmodernism danceable once again.

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