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Musicians' Union Files Complaint Against Radio City Owner By JESSE McKINLEY

The union said that Radio City's owner was trying to "personally extort" a public apology.

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A Broadway Blockbuster Does the Hollywood Math By JESSE McKINLEY

The new movie of "The Producers" is not a remake at all, but rather a wholly new film based on the hit 2001 musical inspired by the original film.

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March of the Falsetto: Out of the Shower, Onto Broadway By JESSE McKINLEY

"Jersey Boys," the new Broadway musical, seemed to demand actors who could sing, rather the other way around. Enter John Lloyd Young.

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Go West, Young Mimi Marquez By LOLA OGUNNAIKE

With "Rent" on her résumé, Rosario Dawson left her native New York for Los Angeles, and already she is sounding like a changed woman.

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The Delicate Job of Transforming a Geisha By DAVID M. HALBFINGER

A runaway best seller isn't usually a studio risk. But to its filmmakers, "Memoirs of a Geisha" was a minefield.

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The Also-Rans in an Episode of Leipzig Idol By JASON ZINOMAN

Itamar Moses, a young playwright, works with historical research, sharp speeches and wordplay in his new show "Bach at Leipzig."

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DIRECTIONS
The Bard of Dark Roast By ROBERT SIMONSON

David Rosengarten combines theater and a 10-cup taste test.

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Expect snow flurries as 'White Christmas' returns

Nobody knows snow business like Ken Billington, a Tony Award-winning lighting designer ("Chicago") and the man who makes the white stuff fall from the theatrical skies in the stage version o…

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Audio Slide Show: Sweeney's Voices

Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris discuss their roles in the new revival of "Sweeney Todd."

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Instruments of Revenge by Michael Feingold

Attend the tale, for Sweeney's odd, but as to knowing the score, don't touch that Doyle

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Radical, revisionist 'Sweeney Todd' on Broadway By Chris Jones

You can see why Sondheim liked this show in England. It sends his gorgeous notes into the audience's veins more directly.

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A More Visceral 'Sweeney' By MALCOLM JOHNSON

Brilliant Reworking Of Sondheim Musical Stars Cerveris, LuPone

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Shaiman hears 'inner song' in 'Bob' musical By Borys Kit (Hollywood Reporter)

Tony-winning composer-lyricist Marc Shaiman has signed on for musical duties on Disney's "Bob the Musical."

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Arts, Briefly
Compiled By LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

The hit makers behind "Les Misérables" announce a new musical, CBS sweeps Thursday and more culture news.

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Barbara and Scott: The Two of Clubs

The Siegels report on three shows that dare to be different: belter Karen Mason turns sweet, cabaret battler Milla Ilieva turns on the charm, and the cast of Broadway - Our Way!, well, they'…

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THEATER REVIEW | 'CRIMINALS IN LOVE'
Young Romance Bubbles Up From a Seedy Underworld By JASON ZINOMAN

While this aggressively zany play has a bit of everything, it's a little too glib to be considered a serious work, but perhaps not light enough to be a fun night at the theater.

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