Wednesday, April 9, 2003 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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AT DINNER WITH NELL CAMPBELL AND MATILDA ROCHE

A Diva Enters, With Marabou and Mashed Potatoes by ALEX WITCHEL
Nell Campbell, an actress and the owner of Nell's nightclub, isn't the only showgirl in the family.

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The Art of Making Art

Remembering theatre caricaturist Al Hirschfeld

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HBO 'Stritch' Documentary to Theaters First by Gregg Kilday

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - HBO is planning a theatrical release in the fall for documentarian D.A. Pennebaker's "Elaine Stritch at Large," a backstage look at the actress' one-woman …

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Zeta-Jones 'Spending' for Screen Project

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Catherine Zeta-Jones' Milkwood Films banner will develop and produce a feature film based on the stage play "Getting and Spending," production partner Path…

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'NINE' IRONS IN THE FIRE by MICHAEL RIEDEL

'CHICAGO" director Rob Marshall can't swing by a Broadway musical these days without triggering intense speculation he's there to check out its big-screen potential.

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A prize that opens stage doors by ROBERT DOMINGUEZ

Little-known playwright Cruz savors a rave from the Pulitzers

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Tapping Cuban Roots for American Drama by BRUCE WEBER

"Anna in the Tropics" by the Cuban playwright Nilo Cruz won the Pulitzer Prize, chosen over more celebrated works by far more celebrated playwrights.

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LIZ SMITH

Ann Reinking (second item).

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Playwright, Mahoney plan musical sojourn to '1941' BY MARY HOULIHAN

Originally written for the Chicago Humanities Festival in 2001, "America 1941" has been reworked to include a part for Steppenwolf Theatre and "Frasier" actor John Mahoney, who came on board…

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UP ON CLOUD 'NINE' by BARBARA HOFFMAN

SHE played a swinger on "Ally McBeal" - but from now on, they'll call her "the girl in the sling."

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Filichia attempts to get inside the mind of Michael Riedel, the notorious New York Post theater gossip columnist.

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Speechwriter With a Second Act for a Play About Titans by WARREN HOGE

"The Hinge of the World," a play by Richard N. Goodwin, a former presidential speechwriter, debuted with some excitement in Guilford, England.

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Elvis was King, but even he thought Jackie ruled by David Hinckley

It's now 50 years since Jackie Wilson got into show business and almost 20 since he died. Our culture forgets a lot of things in that amount of time, even some of the best things, of which J…

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Lookin' for Shows in All the Wrong Movies

Do you have a really bad idea for a Broadway musical based on a popular movie? Send it to TheaterMania and win a fabulous prize!

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GIVE 'STONE' THE COLD SHOULDER by DONALD LYONS

THERE'S an attitude among playwrights that sees the American family as so terrible, you might as well just let 'em have it.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'DON JUAN'

Molire's Mixed Feelings About Don Juan's Sins by BRUCE WEBER
In the Theater for a New Audience's production, Byron Jennings's Don Juan is fascinatingly amorphous and escapes definition.

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THEATER REVIEW

Recent Plays
Reviews of "Empress of China" and "Havana Under the Sea."

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Cheers to you, Smirnoff BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

The stand-up session is said to be Smirnoff's fresh accounting of the differences between men and women rather in the manner of "Defending the Caveman."
Actually, the two-hour event looks suspiciously more like "The Best of Yakov Smirnoff."

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Emmy-winning director David Greene dies at 82

Born in Manchester, England, he began his career as an actor, working in British film and on stage with Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh at the Old Vic. In 1951, he toured the U.S. and Canada in "Antony and Cleopatra."
Among his motion picture credits are the 1973 "Godspell," which he wrote and directed, earning a Writers Guild nomination for the screenplay.

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Dutton Sworn in for 'Beltway'

Charles S. Dutton has been tapped to portray Montgomery County, Md., police chief Charles Moose in "The Beltway," USA Network's original movie about last year's sniper killings in the Washington area.
Also cast in the project are Jay O. Sanders ("Kiss the Girls") as Montgomery County executive Doug Duncan and Charlaine Woodard ("Unbreakable") as Muhammed's former wife Mildred.

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COMMENTARY

Historic Pulitzer victory generates little applause in the sour Big Apple BY CHRISTINE DOLEN
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