Sunday, July 29, 2007 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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LIZ SMITH

HOLLYWOOD hotshot Dale Olson is an enduring phenomenon in Los Angeles. He has promoted more than 150 film campaigns, from the original "Superman" to "Rocky" to the "Halloween" series. Now he…

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Nothing can stand in their way By MICHAEL GILTZ

With 'Xanadu' a surprise hit on Broadway, its stars are believing in magic

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I was a corkscrew for 13 years BY JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ

"Beauty and the Beast" takes its final bow today, ending a marathon run of 13 years and 5,510 performances.
Bill Nabel has been there for every step, twirl and cork-pop in Broadway's sixth-longest-running show.

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He's Broadway's Golden guy BY MARY HOULIHAN

Actors just love Tony-winning 'Soundrels' director

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Women give different perspective of 'Full Monty' By Alice T. Carter

"It's a guy show much as 'South Pacific' is a guy show," says Donna Lynne Champlin, who plays Georgie Bukatinsky, whose husband, Dave, is one of the out-of-work men. "But they definitely nee…

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'HSM' cast knows a thing or two BY MISHA DAVENPORT

Professional actors remember their own real-life high school musical days

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Critic's Notebook: Do the white thing By Wesley Morris

In 'Hairspray,' it's song and dance -- and race

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On Main Street, New Vigor for an Old Movie House By KARIN LIPSON

A theater's owner aims to bring Broadway-quality shows to the North Shore.

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Writing Team Faces Past in Examining Toll of War By MARGO NASH

The Quinnipiac University's Theater for Community is presenting a play about the lingering effects of war, "Gathering Shells," at the Little Theater in New Haven through Aug. 5.

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For Future Theater Enthusiasts, Free Seats By PETER GERSTENZANG

FOR the next two weeks, in the City of Stamford at least, it pays to be a child.

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Twist
Review by Matthew Murray

There's more than a little joy to be found in watching Twist, though you can't help but wish everyone involved had allowed themselves to feel it a bit more on their own, charmingly off-kilter terms.

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Party Come Here

Since this is the first musical at Williamstown's handsome and comfortable new Nikos Stage, I wish I could say it's a stand up and cheer first. However, despite a cast featuring performers w…

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Like Connie Fisher who was so cast as Maria in The Sound of Music, Lee Mead was actually already professional. He is a good choice, very handsome and very charming, as well as singing sweetl…

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The Hothouse

Written in 1958 just before The Caretaker, Pinter's dark comedy The Hothouse presents a sinister version of the civil service, full of murderous machinations and black humour. Ian Rickson's …

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Two Women, Rare Books: A Small, Literate Musical By STEPHEN WELLS

"Bookends" is not your standard, brassy song-and-dance entertainment, but rather a small (despite a cast of 13), not-quite-chamber musical.

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