Wednesday, June 26, 2002 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Julie Andrews Says Husband Edwards at Work on "Pink Panther" Musical

But you already knew that if you read BroadwayStars yesterday.

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Aquila Theatre Company's Comedy of Errors Cuts Up in NYC June 26-Sept. 1

Aquila, the cross-cultural theatre troupe that mixes British and American actors and puts physical, quirky spins on classics, revives this popular production.

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She's Still Cook-in'!

The glorious Barbara Cook brings her Tony Award-nominated show, Mostly Sondheim, back to Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater on Sunday and Monday nights

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Mamet's Merlin

Ricky Jay: On the Stem, directed by David Mamet at Off-Broadway's Second Stage Theatre, brings the sleight-of-hand wizard back to the stage in fine and truly amazing form

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There's a little bit of 'Chicago' in Toronto

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Punishing a Norman Princess in England by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER
Though the issues raised in Moira Buffini's prizewinning comedy-drama are as current as the morning's news, the play is set a thousand years ago, in 1002.

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Reduction in Budget Cut Relieves Arts Groups by ROBIN POGREBIN

A 5 percent reduction in funding agreed to by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and the City Council last week is a vast improvement over the 15 percent cut initially proposed by the mayor.

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Beyond the Briefly Inflated Canon: Legacy of the Mysterious 'W. S.' by WILLIAM S. NIEDERKORN

A byline that read "W.S." on the poem "A Funeral Elegy" was the first piece of evidence that led scholars to suspect the author was Shakespeare, a theory they have now retracted.

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Lysistrata Reviewed By: J. Cooper Robb

It may rank as one of the most disappointing events in Philadelphia theater history.
This critic is absolutely right. I had the misfortune to see this train wreck last night. Normally I never miss a Cherry Jones musical... but I think I'll miss the next one. This production is astonishingly inept -- it makes Thou Shalt Not look like Sweeney Todd.

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Follow Spot

Karen Finley deals with the emotional fallout from 9/11/01 in her new performance piece at The Cutting Room

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Archerd: Rosemary Clooney battling cancer again by Army Archerd

As promised, Neil Simon "previewed" his newest play, "Rose and Walsh," at the Geffen Monday night.
Last item.

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STRUMMER THEATER by Michael Feingold

Thunder Knocking on the Door by Keith Glover, songs by Keb' Mo', Anderson Edwards, and Keith Glover; Face the Music by Moss Hart, songs by Irving Berlin

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THE GNOME OF THE RING by Miss Banji D. Realness

The 3rd NYC Hip-Hop Theater Festival

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Everyone's in love with 'Charley' by Terry Byrne

Thanks to John_C on All That Chat for the Boston links!

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All-Singing, All-Dancing, All-Spielberg by Peter Filichia

Steven Spielberg says he wants to make a movie musical. Here are some suggestions.

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JENNA Elfman's been taking singing lessons from composer Cy Coleman.The "Dharma & Greg" star is up for the title role in a revival of Coleman's 1966 musical "Sweet Charity," which is being b…

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Heche Glad To Act Unhappy By LANCE GOULD

Anne Heche's father, Donald, was a Baptist choir director. He also had a secret life, frequenting gay bars. He died of AIDS in 1983.

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Public to bear 'Baby' tuner - Show about late artist skedded to bow in January By ROBERT HOFLER

Keith Haring will get the tuner treatment this winter at the Public Theater.

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