Tuesday, December 11, 2001 at midnight (Broadway Time)

'Stomp' livin' large

Walden takes 'Pulse' of giant-screen pic
Walden Media has partnered with film and theater producer James Stern ("The Producers"), Harriet Newman Leve ("Hedda Gabler"), and Don and Steve Kempf of Giant Screen Films ("Michael Jordan: To the Max") to turn the percussion-heavy legit show "Stomp" into a large-format film titled "Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey."

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Handful of tuners drive Broadway B.O.

Four musicals account for nearly a third of all receipts

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Former Long Wharf topper makes New Haven return

Hughes to helm 'Vacation' at Yale

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Paper Doll Eyes Spring Broadway Bow

Producer Randall L. Wreghitt is moving ahead with his plans to bring Mark Hampton and Barbara J. Zitwers Paper Doll to Broadway this season.

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Sh-K-Boom Presents a Holiday Benefit Concert

On December 12 at the Cutting Room, Sh-K-Boom Records will present the Second Annual Holiday Sh-K-Boom Room Concert.

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Off-B'way's Tintypes Closes Early

The Melting Pot Theatre Company production of Tintypes will end its run at the McGinn Cazale Theatre on December 16. The musical was originally scheduled to play through December 30.

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Toronto Star: Graduate ticket sales soar by Richard Ouzounian, Theatre Critic

A sign of things to come here in NYC?

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