Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at midnight (Broadway Time)

N.Y.U. Arts Scholarship Program Caps a Patron's Spending Spree

Alberto W. Vilar, the Cuban-born high-tech investor and opera enthusiast, will donate $20 million to create a program modeled on the Rhodes scholarship.

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Oscar Ratings Fall to All-Time Low

Viewers tuned out ABC's Academy Awards show almost every half-hour starting at 9 p.m. in the East.
Maybe this is a trend among awards shows. Seeing the parallel between the mighty Oscars and the much maligned Tonys, maybe it really is time to reconceive the show. Both of them...

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Big Stars Act in Plays by Kids

As part of the 52nd Street Project, plays by students aged 10 to 12 were performed by veteran actors last weekend.

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'Producers,' 'Stones' hoist B'way B.O.

Mixed results for shows on regular-perf duty

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Legit Weekly Box Office

WEEK 41: Mar. 5 - 11, 2001
Something I have not noticed before: Variety is now carrying a summary of TKTS sales.

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Nunn Cents Incense Theatrical Gents -- A Furore Erupts Over My Fair Lady

He may earn 'only' about $170,000 as artistic director of the National -- but Trevor Nunn makes a lot more in royalties, and now there are even more on the way.

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Randalls Island

Tony Randall talks about the challenges of running a non-profit theater company and bringing Judgment at Nuremberg to Broadway.

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Archive Import - Comment

Problems in paradise? Fortuitous people have made mention of it.

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