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0092: A Tale of Two Scotts: Lisa chats with Composer/Lyricist Scott Alan. by MusicalTalk

Lisa chats to Broadway musical theatre songwriter Scott Alan. They discuss everything from song influences, song meanings and flying. We also get to hear songs from Scott's first album - w…

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Estelle Getty on IMDB

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Gladys Nederlander, 83, Show Producer, Is Dead By BRUCE WEBER

The cause was heart failure, said her husband, the theater owner and producer Robert E. Nederlander.

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Obituary: Larry Haines

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B'WAY HUBBY BRINGS DOWN CURTAIN ON UNTAMED SHREW By ANDREA PEYSER

So I asked Philip, minutes after a judge granted his divorce on grounds that wife Tricia was cruel and inhuman, if he would remarry.
"Are you available?" he said without missing a beat.

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A MEMORIAL service for the longtime lover of Alfred Hitchcock star Farley Granger had a Hitchcockian twist itself.

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Broadway hit with heatwave

Box office saw sales increase

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Square Peggy By Emily Nussbaum

On Mad Men, Elisabeth Moss plays one of TV's newest nerd girls-but with an unsettling twist.

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At home on stage
The itinerant theatre Q takes up residence in Palo Alto by Rebecca Wallace

Closing the season will be the world premiere of "My Strange Nation, The Music of Susan Werner."

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Casting Call for Teenagers With Talent and Character By GINIA BELLAFANTE

ABC's new talent competition has a misleading title: winners will not to be featured in "High School Musical 3" but in a music video that will run during the credits.

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High School Musical: Get in the Picture
Review By BRIAN LOWRY

In terms of execution, ABC's latest audition show is no better than -- and actually has much in common with -- NBC's soon-forgotten reality program finding stars for the "Grease" stage reviv…

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Weak bow for 'Musical' series

ABC show falls victim to slow Sunday

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Gas prices not seen impacting arts attendance so far By Mike Boehm

Some arts patrons are leaving their cars behind. Others can't.

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High-School Musical: When Your Drama Teachers Go to School

In July, about 450 middle and high-school drama teachers from around the country flocked to Times Square for the eighth year of a program put on by Broadway Teachers Workshop, where they lea…

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Hair Today By: Dan Bacalzo

Director Diane Paulus discusses the Public's revival of Hair in Central Park, singing "Sodomy" at age nine, and where naked cast members hide their microphones.

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Danity Kane's Aubrey O'Day Makes A Great 'Snotty Brat' In 'Hairspray' Opening Night By Christina Garibaldi

With 52 friends and family members in the audience, the 'Making the Band' alum didn't miss a beat.

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Abba's appeal is strong, inexplicable By PHIL GALLO

'Mamma Mia!' shows band's staying power

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'Mamma Mia!' opens Deauville

Musical to kick off festival on Sept. 5

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MITF 2008 Roundup
Reviewed by: Dan Bacalzo

Reports on The Wendy Complex, Prince Trevor Amongst the Elephants, and Daguerreotypes.

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Those Whistling Lads!: The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker - Reviewed by HARRY FORBES

Though the show is a little heavy on the exposition, Dorothy Parker's surefire material and an adept cast help the play, under Bricken Sparacino's direction, flow well, some rough patches no…

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Scandal in Manhattan - Reviewed by CHRISTOPHER MURRAY

When broad comedy fails to catch fire, it can be hard to assess the reasons, but in this case a flaccid script and sloppy direction leave the cast adrift, forcing them to fill in unmotivated…

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The Higher Education of Khalid Amir - Reviewed by IRENE BACKALENICK

"The Higher Education of Khalid Amir" takes off with a series of hilarious scenes and characters.

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Interning - Reviewed by PAUL MENARD

The cast members do the best they can with the material, but Owusu's muddy script falls flat, especially under Rye Mullis' cartoonish direction.

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10-Speed Revolution - Reviewed by MARC MILLER

The cast has energy to spare, but John Heimbuch's violent, nihilistic comedy suffers from a bad case of ADD.

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Courting Mae West - Reviewed by RONNI REICH

Courting Mae West would not be without its excitement, nor is LindaAnn Loschiavo's play of the same name. Yet though it has all the witty banter and innuendo that's expected, too many storyl…

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Around the World in 80 Days - Reviewed by GWEN OREL

"Around the World in 80 Days" matches form and content brilliantly as five actors playing 39 roles perform Mark Brown's adaptation of Jules Verne's adventure story of a race against time aro…

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Around the World in 80 Days

Director Michael Evan Haney has five capable actors playing more than thirty roles in the globe-trotting yarn, as compactly adapted by Mark Brown at the Irish Rep.

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Gate/Beckett: I'll Go On - Reviewed by ADAM R. PERLMAN

Barry McGovern is a masterful Beckett interpreter whose one-man show "I'll Go On" blends Beckett's words with George Carlin's comic timing. The laugh-till-you-hurt/hurt-till-you-laugh result…

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I'll Go On
Review By SAM THIELMAN

"I'll Go On" is about as good as it gets, with McGovern wringing laughs from some of Samuel Beckett's bleakest passages.

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Eh Joe / I'll Go On
Reviewed by: David Finkle

Liam Neeson and Barry McGovern give indelible portraits in Lincoln Center Festival's productions of these Samuel Beckett works.

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The Time of Mendel's Trouble - Reviewed by ANDY PROPST

Anything would be better than this amateurish mess of paranoid political satire, which is the theatrical equivalent of a punishment from God.

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Dog Day Afternoon - Reviewed by HARRY FORBES

One can't help but admire how resourcefully this 16-person ensemble dramatizes the events - character-heavy and action-packed as they are - of the famous 1975 film, even as it inevitably fal…

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Ain't Misbehavin' - Reviewed by CHRISTOPHER MURRAY

Harlem Rep makes clear its association with the City College of New York's Department of Theatre and Speech but still purports to be a professional theatre. On the basis of this production, …

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Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh
Review By SAM THIELMAN

"Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh" returns to the Gotham stage after a well-reviewed first run last year, but it still needs the help of a dramaturg who's not afraid to employ the guillo…

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East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player
Review By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Plays don't work like TV shows or standup routines, so why didn't Don Reed get some help?

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The Female of the Species
Review By DAVID BENEDICT

Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith's comedy ingredients are certainly bold, but the satirical farce meal she serves up is less than satisfying.

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Zorro the Musical

What this musical has first and foremost, is action: magical disappearances and witty exchanges.

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The Violet Hour

This literate, funny yet poignant play has enough going for it even without the surprise element.

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Cheryl B. Engelhardt - Reviewed by DAVID FINKLE

When a tunesmith has a highly personal style, the potential exists for the songs to begin to sound alike after the fifth or sixth or even the third or fourth ones.

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Carradine seeking SAG board spot

Actor part of Membership First majority

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