Friday, May 25, 2007 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Poison pen play BY PETER FILICHIA

'You've Got Hate Mail' finds humor in a marriage that appears terminal

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They're the ones 'Grease' fans want BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

The word from reality-show viewers has newcomers preparing to star in Broadway revival

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Recognizing the feats of tap mentors BY ROBERT JOHNSON

Extravaganza's honorees include Savion Glover's mother, Yvette

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My showdown with Nick Hytner by Michael Billington

A shadowy car-park encounter with the director of the National Theatre brought me back to that 'dead white male' debate.

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I'm sick of being nasty

As Henry Goodman heads for the West End as a barnstorming Tevye in 'Fiddler on the Roof', he talks to Dominic Cavendish

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You don't have to be mad to be a great actor ... but it helps

As Antony Sher gets ready to play a tortured genius, he looks back on the disordered lives of our top thespians

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In New York, it's ovation season by Matt Wolf

Do we rise to our feet to recognise a play's merit, or to justify our financial outlay?

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Creepy Crawly Conspiracies By JEANNETTE CATSOULIS

With "Bug," William Friedkin continues to be more fascinated by the evil inside our heads than the boogeyman outside.

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Present Laughter
Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald

Victor Garber is ultra-smooth in the Huntington's smashing revival of Noel Coward's classic comedy.

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Present Laughter
Review By FRANK RIZZO

Vet stage thesp (and now TV regular) Victor Garber wears silky sophistication and style as comfortably as one of his never-ending series of dressing robes in the Huntington's sparkling and p…

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Inhabiting the Tortured Soul of a Tennyson Narrator By ANNE MIDGETTE

My philistine sense of Tennyson as slightly dated and uneven in quality was only reinforced by this one-man staging of his famous and very long poem "Maud."

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Theater Review | 'Phallacy'
When Art Meets Science, Things Don't Go Very Well By NEIL GENZLINGER

Carl Djerassi, a Stanford chemistry professor who helped develop the birth control pill, sets up a head-on collision between science and art in this not-dark-enough comedy.

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Scibblers Ahoy! by Garrett Eisler

Hawthorne and Melville meet angel of death, courtesy Len Jenkin

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Walnut St.'s 'Carousel' busts out all over By Howard Shapiro

It's a splendid production, bursting with talent, of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

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Lipstick on a Pig - Reviewed by GWEN OREL

Linda Evans' Lipstick on a Pig is the type of play where characters demand to know "What did happen?" - and that's pretty much all that happens.

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Mary Lynn Rajskub lets loose in 'Complications of Purchasing a Poodle Pillow' By Charlotte Stoudt

Mary Lynn Rajskub may play a serious techie spy on '24,' but in her new solo act she shows off playful humor (and, yes, sensuality).

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Partway to Paradise by Michael Feingold

110 in the Shade, Stairway to Paradise, and Passing Strange

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For 'Once,' A Musical Strikes the Right Chords By Ann Hornaday

"Once" may be cinema's first bona fide alt-Celtic indie busker musical.
At a time when the musical genre has been colonized by sub-par schlock like "Dreamgirls" and "Chicago," director John Carney's resuscitation of the form is all the more welcome.

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FEST HITS LOWER EAST STRIDE By FRANK SCHECK

THE Theater for the New City presents its annual gift to the community this weekend with the 12th Lower East Side Festival of the Arts - a free Memorial Day Weekend tradition featuring about…

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East Side, best side BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

Lower Manhattan to share its artistic riches

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