Sunday, December 2, 2001 at midnight (Broadway Time)

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Two items on Talkin' Broadway that are worthwhile reading before the message falls off the board:

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Casting Directors

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The Public's Stake in a Cultural Crossroads by EVAN and FREDA EISENBERG

Making the public spaces at Lincoln Center perform on the same level as the artists who tread its stages is crucial to the redevelopment of the center.
Slide Show: Plans for Lincoln Center

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Theater's Quicksilver Truth: All Is Change by MATTHEW GUREWITSCH

The bond of actor and audience in the Off Broadway play "Metamorphoses" shows what can be done only on the stage.

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The Ecstasy, and Agony, Linking Dance and Sport by JUDITH JAMISON

A new work for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates the strength and style of Florence Griffith Joyner.

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tick, tick...BOOM! Advertises Final Weeks

Jonathan Larsons tick, tickBOOM! is advertising "Final Weeks!" in The New York Times.

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Dates and Gala Set for The Guys

Dates have been announced for the Bat Theatre Company production of Anne Nelsons The Guys, starring Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver.
Off-B'way's Little Ham Extends Run

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Barbara Cook Returns with Mostly Sondheim

Barbara Cooks acclaimed concert Mostly Sondheim is coming to Broadway. The show will run Sunday and Monday nights at the Vivian Beaumont Theater from December 30 through February 11.

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Summer of '42 Will Now Open on December 18

Summer of '42 is moving up its opening date at the Variety Arts Theater. The new musical, which was scheduled to open on January 10, will now make its off-Broadway bow on December 18.

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Bea Arthur Ready for February Broadway Bow

Bea Arthurs solo show has set Broadway dates. The newly titled Bea Arthur on Broadway: Just Between Friends, with Billy Goldenberg at the Piano will begin performances at the Booth Theatre…

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Pullman and Ruehl Set to Star in B'way's Goat

Mercedes Ruehl and Bill Pullman are set to star in Edward Albees The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? on Broadway, a production spokesperson confirmed.

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So many stars are shoved before our eyes these days that we all could rank as amateur astrologers.

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Cell phone discussions of Alan Alda in Q.E.D., James Hindman in Roadside, Baby Jane Dexter at Arcis Place, and Margo Martindale in Shove.

Follow Spot
The Gershwin masterpiece Porgy and Bess will be telecast Live from Lincoln Center on March 20, 2002.

Charles Nelson's Casts and Forecasts
Kristin Chenoweth prepares to be Marian to Matthew Broderick's Music Man; further delays for Carnivale; a Hart-felt tribute to Miss Kitty.

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We are critics, hear us roar

When KATE TAYLOR started her job, they said theatre criticism was dead. They were wrong

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An actor's life

Michael Simkins
In acting, perhaps more than in any other profession, you form rapid and intense relationships with people you have only just met. The us-against-the-world syndrome is a necessary part of the job of getting a show on, and in all the excitement and height...

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An actor's life

Michael Simkins
I had a friend, another actor, round to see me after curtain down the other night. I'd got him his ticket, so I was primed with a glass of wine when he arrived at the stage door. He liked the show, and my performance, but at the end of his largely posit...
[Thanks to Sarah Chagal for pointing out Michael's column]

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