Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Don Juan Giovanni and Figaro
Boston Review By: Sandy MacDonald

These operatic pastiches of Mozart's great works turn out to be a 50-50 proposition.

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Baryshnikov Center Gets Resident Theater By ROBIN POGREBIN

The space - to be named the Jerome Robbins Theater - will be in the 37 ARTS Building at 450 West 37th Street, which already houses the Baryshnikov Arts Center.

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Scott Thomas set for 'Seagull'

Actress to star in Broadway transfer

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Roundabout lowers cost of tickets

Theater company introduces low-price program

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Jude Law as Hamlet makes my heart sink by Andrew Dickson

As an actor Law is, at best, mediocre. Can he really cut it as the great Dane or is something rotten in the state of Donmar?

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PLAYS MAKING WAVES MAY SWIM ACROSS POND By CLIVE BARNES

LONDON - Would it, could it, should it? Or, as New York theater buffs wonder while they're here: Will this or that West End production ever make it to Broadway?

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Campbell Scott scares himself By Terry Byrne

Alone onstage, he pours himself into 'The Atheist'

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'Avenue Q's' creators go from losers to winners By Diane Haithman

The new incarnation of Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx's play has been a long time coming.

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Stage Two By: Brian Scott Lipton

The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Michael Kahn sees his long-held dream come true with the opening of the Sidney Harman Hall.

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Backstage: From Betty to a Bathtub By Jane Horwitz

Girl-Band Member Amy Ziff Declares Her Theatrical Independence in 'Accident'

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Three Sailors, Lost at Sea, Fighting a War of Nerves By NEIL GENZLINGER

If you've never seen or read a story about people trapped in a cave, a lifeboat, a mine, a crippled spacecraft, well, "Purple Hearts" is one.

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Theater Review | 'The Private Lives of Eskimos'
Must Check This Out! Eskimos Speak Spam! Who Knew? By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO

Ken Urban's new play is mystifying and frustrating. But there are satisfying elements in the production, which are rendered with wit and feeling by the versatile cast.

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Theater Review | 'Melodrama and Mayhem on Main Street'
A Woman's Worth in Love, Marriage, Friendship, Murder By ANNE MIDGETTE

"Woman Seeking..." is the name of the company presenting this program of six short plays. But it would also be an appropriate title for the program itself.

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King Lear
Reviewed by: Dan Bacalzo

A masterful performance from Ian McKellen anchors the RSC's strong production of Shakespeare's tragedy.

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Unlocking mystery of Shakespeare the man By Louise Kennedy

The latest captive of this yearning is Robert Brustein, the director, critic, playwright, and founder of the American Repertory Theatre. In his new play "The English Channel," the first prod…

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A revolutionary 'Figaro'? Almost. By Louise Kennedy

CAMBRIDGE - The revolution continues at the American Repertory Theatre.

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Obituary: Julia Heflin; Teacher, Theater-Arts Advocate By Patricia Sullivan

Julia Dorn Heflin, 96, who died of respiratory failure Aug. 20 at the Washington Home hospice, in her long lifetime staged a play on the streets of Moscow, taught drama with the patriarch of…

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Leads Named for 'South Pacific' By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

Plus, MTV is filming "Legally Blonde: The Musical."

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'Hairspray' gets high-def DVD release

New Line to debut disc on Blu-ray first

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