Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)

THE LEADING MEN: Les Is More By Wayman Wong

Thanksgiving's coming, and these guys can sing the stuffing out of any song: Adam Jacobs (Les Miserables), Jonathan B. Wright (Spring Awakening) and Jason Michael Snow (Pirates of Penzance).

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The "Curious Paradox" of Long-Run Champ The Fantasticks

What's the secret to the success of The Fantasticks? A touch of magic, among other ingredients.

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PHOTO CALL: Grey Gardens

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Lorenzo Lamas at Feinstein's at the Regency
Reviewed by: Barbara & Scott Siegel

The television favorite's cabaret debut has some delightful stories and good vocal performances.

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TWO critics' darlings were cut down last week, and both are behaving in ways that tell us a lot about who they really are.

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The Right Page By: Peter Filichia

Patrick Page happily takes to the Broadway stage -- disguise and all -- as the Grinch.

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Audio Slide Show: One Woman's Story

Megan Dodds narrates a look at her role in the show "My Name Is Rachel Corrie."

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Theater Review | 'Stanley (2006)'
'Streetcar,' the Sequel: Stanley Seeks Blanche By ANITA GATES

"A Streetcar Named Desire" is reconsidered in this striking and original but sometimes frustrating performance-art work.

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Passing Strange

"Passing" has a lot going on -- much of it delightful. But this ambitious, not-so-deep-as-it-is-long tuner also needs work before its New York bow in January.

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'Remember'? Yes, we see it all too clearly By F. Kathleen Foley

Tony Danza's singing and sitcom skills can't much enliven this tale's utter predictability.

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I Remember You
Review By Terry Morgan

A vivid production boosts a middling play in the Falcon Theater's staging of "I Remember You," in which an accomplished cast burrow beneath some surface implausibility to display the turbule…

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Chicago Review by: Jonathan Abarbanel

Mary Zimmerman offers a delightful, somewhat modern take on the mythical tale of Jason and the Golden Fleece.

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Prostitute Suite by J. Cooper Robb

Theatre Exile presents a bitter menage a trois.

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Comic genius moves right along By Chad Jones

Despite death's frequent presence in plays' themes, Thomas leaves the audience begging for more of her humor

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Lincoln Center Picks Husband-and-Wife Team for Harmony Atrium Redesign By ROBIN POGREBIN

With kinks still to be worked out, Lincoln Center chooses Billie Tsien and Tod Williams, an architectural team that it can talk to.

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