Friday, September 5, 2003 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Variously Victor by Jenelle Riley

For those who know Victor Garber only as emotionally isolated spy/father Jack Bristow on the ABC series Alias, let's for a moment discuss range.
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A Whole Lazzi Theatre Going On

Northern California's Humboldt County focuses attention on an old Italian performing style.

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The Thing About Men

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Slimmed-down 'Lady' still has all her charms by Jackie Demaline

"My Fair Lady," with Crista Moore and Neal Benari.
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Q & A: 9/5/03 by Ken Mandelbaum

Word from the Neil Simon Theatre is that Peter Scolari will play Wilbur Turnblad in Hairspray while Dick Latessa takes a couple of brief leaves of absence in the near future.
I coulda sworn I heard that somewhere...

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Stage Notes 09/03/03 by Paul Wontorek

At present count, there are 17 Broadway shows set to open before year's end--the highest count for a fall season in over a decade. Here's a preview of what Broadway has in store.

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The Hot Month

Review by Matthew Murray

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MART CROWLEY, 35 YEARS LATER, REVISITS THE "BOYS" FROM THE BOYS IN THE BAND by ELLIS NASSOUR

In 1967, when starving writer Mart Crowley finished his play The Boys in the Band, he says he intended it to be controversial. When the play opened Off Broadway in 1968, accolades and ange…

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EVERY WITCH WAY by MICHAEL RIEDEL

A preview of "Wicked."

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IN THE RADIO STUDIO WITH

Jonathan Schwartz: An Alchemist's 36-Year Seminar by SAMUEL G. FREEDMAN
For decades Jonathan Schwartz's radio programs have conjured the city for me, by introducing me to new vocalists and telling his cunning stories.

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Peter Filichia's Diary

Filichia wonders whether or not Broadway is finally ready for Sondheim and Weidman's controversial Assassins.

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Paper Mill star tries on mentor's shoes BY PETER FILICHIA

Darius de Haas admits he's worried.

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Performance As Voice Of Gracie Requires More Than Imitation by JEFF RIVERS

Through the years, people have often asked actress Didi Conn, "Did anyone ever tell you that you sound like Gracie Allen?"

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The show must go on: Lyric Stage stitches together 'Pigs' on the fly by Terry Byrne

When the Lyric Stage Company decided to revive its 1999 hit, "When Pigs Fly," the staff thought they knew what they were getting into.

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LIZ SMITH

"Hairspray" speculation (second item).

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THEATER REVIEW | 'TRUMBO'

One-to-One Words of a Blacklistee by BRUCE WEBER
Blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo's letters, as read by Nathan Lane, are filled with thrilling torrents of words, tailored to a readership of one.

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As blacklist victim, Lane is a perfect H'wood 10 by Robert Dominguez

Nathan Lane isn't returning to his Max Bialystock role in "The Producers" until New Year's Eve, but his comedic talent is in full bloom in "Trumbo," a riveting & sometimes hilarious theater …

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Trumbo

Review by Adam Feldman

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Trumbo

Reviewed By: David Finkle

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Love Letters

Reviewed By: Barbara & Scott Siegel

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The Siegels' Nightlife Notes

Mychelle Colleary breaks out in a new show at The Duplex; the Siegels are there to take note, and to take notes.

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Banderas brings 'Pancho' to life

Written by Larry Gelbart, who has already given the medium one of its best movies (Barbarians at the Gate) and best series (M*A*S*H), Pancho chronicles the real-life partnership between Villa and movie pioneer D.W. Griffith.

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