Wednesday, July 26, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Third Time's a Charm

"You can have a film festival anywhere, but you can only do a musical theatre festival in New York City," says 32-year-old Kris Stewart, executive director of the New York Musical Theatre Fe…

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Battle of N.Y. blue bloods BY HELEN PETERSON

Vicious court battle rocks the world of Manhattan's one-time society queen

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Los Angeles Review by: Jonas Schwartz

The NoHo Arts Center presents a strong production of this new musical about an outsider who finds himself and his family.

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The Sisters Rosensweig
San Diego Review by: Brian Scott Lipton

Wendy Wasserstein's family drama gets a highly accomplished revival under David Warren's astute direction.

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Wonder of the World

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Aerial acts By Mary Carole McCauley

Bill Pullman comes to Baltimore to work on his play about stranded astronauts

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At Lincoln Center, Reynold Levy Is Loosening Things Up By ROBIN POGREBIN

Some strategies for making a renowned cultural center more accessible to a wider audience: redevelopment, new initiatives and, of course, a guy in a water tank.

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'Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise': Apartheid's Private Pain Becomes Group Art By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

Tormenting memories dissolve into soaring music, and pain is salved by a collective embrace in this heartfelt, powerfully performed theater piece.

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Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise
Reviewed by: Adam Klasfeld

This production from South Africa consists of heartbreaking and inspiring tales by five actors from the country's turbulent townships.

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