Sunday, November 25, 2001 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Sondheim, Young and Dazzling

Pointed out by a reader, in today's NYTimes article "Sondheim, Young and Dazzling", the writer (Stephen Holden) gives credit for the young poet's role in Evening Primrose to "Neil Patrick Barnes" rather than "Neil Patrick Harris". Doogie gets no respect.

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AmericanTheater Web

The following headlines are from AmericanTheater Web's news section. AmericanTheater Web is part of a good, balanced diet of web consumption.

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Patrick Pacheco of Newsday reports that DRACULA will not be coming to NY this season and other updates.

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New Scrooge in Town

Newsday also has an interview with Tim Curry, the New Scrooge in Town.

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Washington Post: 'Trading Spaces'- Along With Anxiety, Surprises

Why are we linking this? Because the host of this show is Paige Davis (formerly Mindy Paige Davis), who recently appeared on Broadway as Annie in "Chicago" and on the "Beauty and the Beast" National Tour as Babbette. Paige is the New host of TLC's "Trading Spaces" which has 6 million viewers a week. Paige was also recently married to Patrick Page, who is playing Scar in the upcoming tour of "The Lion King", and recently concluded a 2 year stint as Lumiere in "Beauty and the Beast" on Broadway. Their wedding will be featured on TLC's "A Wedding Story" Dec. 24.

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Washington Post: Theater of the Unnerved

The Stage Took a Hit Sept. 11. Is Fearless Programming the Answer?
[Thanks to David L. Hobbs for the link]

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The New York of Our Dreams

Three of the films Ms. Comden and Mr. Green wrote -- "On the Town" (1949), "The Band Wagon" (1953) and "Auntie Mame" (1958) -- will be featured in "A Wonderful Town: New York in Film," a series beginning on Saturday at the Museum of Modern Art.

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'Nevermore' as Never Before

Lou Reed ushers in a new theatrical song
cycle about kindred spirit Edgar Allan Poe by ISAAC GUZMAN

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Rocky Mountain News: 'Lion King' puts bite on DPAC

Demand for seats expected to test ticketers' mettle

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Retro Musical Revue Deserves Encores! by Clive Barnes

As Julian Marsh puts it in the musical "42nd Street": "Musical comedy - the two most beautiful words in the English language."

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