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Still looking for anthem singers! (See yesterday's update for more details) Thanks to all who have emailed. We passed them on to the organizers. If you are or have been a member of a Broadway cast, please contact Paige Price or email us at anthem@broadwaystars.com. Please pass on this information to those performers who may not read this website(!). Thanks.

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Broadway Stars to Sing "New York, New York" in Times Square Sept. 28

Mayor Giuliani appears in radio and print ads saying "Come back to Broadway."

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Broadway Flea Market Rolls Out Sept. 30

Daylong event features souvenirs, auctions and celebrity signings

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Touring Full Monty Cancelled After Chicago Stop

The hit movie and Broadway musical to hit the Chicago stage

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Sondheim Considering Assassins for 2002-03

Stephen Sondheim withdraws the revival of his scabrous 1991 musical with a scene that presages the WTC terror attack

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NYSF Confirms Broadway Transfer of Suzan-Lori Parks' Topdog/Underdog in 2002

Don Cheadle (Traffic) and Jeffrey Wright (Basquiat) will recreate their roles in the hit Off-Broadway drama.

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Trouble Averted in River City: B'way's Music Man To Stay Open

Union and management concessions will allow the Susan Stroman revival to march on

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The show must go on, even at Ground Zero

Off B'Way theaters looking to hang on financially
They are now called the Ground Zero theaters. While Broadway's gyrating B.O. grabs the headlines, several small theater companies located in the immediate vicinity of the terrorist attacks, like the Worth Street theater, are fighting to survive.

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Baranski, Mitchell top 'Todd'

Play opens Kennedy Center's Sondheim celebration

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'Beast' needs boost

Disney meeting to discuss future of tuner

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WHY PRODUCERS ASK FOR CUTS

By MICHAEL RIEDEL
AT theater district restaurants and bars where chorus kids, stagehands, dressers and the other worker bees of the Great White Way hang out, the talk these days is of penny-pinching and belt-tightening.

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MUSIC' PLAYS ON

By CIVE BARNES
THIS could well have been an obituary notice.When I first planned to see "The Music Man" last Wednesday afternoon at the Neil Simon Theater, I intended nothing more dramatic than checking up on the production and its new leading man, Robert Sean Leonard.

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LOVE AND WAR, AND ALL IS FAIR

By DONALD LYONS
JOHN van Druten's "The Voice of the Turtle," which was a tremendous hit when it first opened in 1943, is a wartime romance that looks slight but is not.

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