Friday, July 14, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Follow Spot By: Michael Portantiere

Jay Rogers is always good for a laugh! Plus: Jonathan Tunick looks forward to the Encores! presentation of Follies.

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Shaw business By Adam Feldman

David Staller's Project Shaw offers GBS from A to Z.

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Hearing voices? Must be Johnson By Terry Byrne

Johnson's skill is undeniable, but it's his love of his creations and his joy in performing that make "The Two an Only" an evening not to be missed.

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A Game of Confession Shows How Secrets Are No Fun By JASON ZINOMAN

What we have in Gerald Zipper's relationship drama are confessions in search of a plot.

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Review by Matthew Murray

Deception has long been essentially a guaranteed route to juicy suspense in written works. If Secrets, which just opened at the Theatre at St. Luke's, defies no other expectations, it certai…

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The long and short of a great life's work BY LINDA WINER

It is hard to imagine a more passionate, knowledgeable, heroic overview than "DruidSynge," the epic marathon that kicked off the Lincoln Center Festival on Monday.

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In 'Zero,' a legend incarnate By F. Kathleen Foley

Jim Brochu's striking resemblance to Zero Mostel enhances his portrayal of the late actor in "Zero Hour."

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In 'Edmond,' William H. Macy Is Desperate and Frustrated, and He Won't Take It Anymore By STEPHEN HOLDEN

In this screen adaptation of David Mamet's play, William H. Macy is perfectly cast as a prim Manhattan businessman who heeds his inner demons and plummets into free fall.

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No saving all this raving by Jack Mathews

William H. Macy gives an award-worthy performance in "Edmond," Stuart Gordon's filmed version of David Mamet's 1982 one-act play about racism and urban dislocation, and viewers who survive d…

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A feast of NYC fests by Joe Dziemianowicz

July is busting out all over with play festivals in which you might just spot the theater's hot new voice.

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Arts, Briefly

Reggae concert canceled at Webster Hall, Shakespeare's first folio fetches millions, surgery for Gandolfini delays "Sopranos" finale and more culture news.

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OBITUARY: Red Buttons, 87; Long Career No Joke By Dennis McLellan

"Red was one of the few comedians who was a great actor, and he opened the doors to a lot of us," comedian Jack Carter, a longtime friend, told The Times on Thursday.

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Location! Location! Attitude!

The wildly inventive team that brought Urinetown to Broadway is back to show us that life down on the Pig Farm ain't what it used to be.

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Young Tarzan's mom not so vine, court hears in beastly divorce BY JOSE MARTINEZ

The mother of Broadway's teenage "Tarzan" star was cast as an unfit parent yesterday in her bitter custody battle in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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The mother of the child co-star of Broadway's "Tarzan" owes a whopping $60,000 in back rent, it was revealed yesterday in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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Inside Move: Scribe's in the 'Pink'
King show the creation of performers Everett, Mellman

Michael Patrick King ("Sex and the City," "The Comeback") is dabbling in legit, co-writing and directing "At Least It's Pink," a collection of dirty songs and stories.

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Festival reflects South Asian emergence BY PETER FILICHIA

Full weekend of productions at George Street Playhouse

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Audio Slide Show: Confessions of a Theater Dork

Hunter Bell, the co-creator of the musical "[title of show]," talks about his "theater nerd" credentials.

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The Quest: All Culture, All the Time By RICK LYMAN

A reporter sets out to fill an entire three-day weekend with nonstop, top-grade, wall-to-wall culture at the height of the summer doldrums.

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