Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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An ode to Cheney: No. 2 with a bullet! by Lenore Skenazy

I'm quick with the buckshot
And you all know the upshot:
Yes, there's blood when the day is done
But here's what is scary -
I meant to hit John Kerry
Oh, you can't trust a Dick with a gun.

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The Seven

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Kiss and Cry

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PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Anthony Rapp

"Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and the Musical Rent" is the title of actor Anthony Rapp's autobiographical tome, which has just hit book stores around the country.

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The Drama Club By: Joseph Marzullo; Text by Brian Scott Lipton

Harry Connick Jr., Kelli O'Hara, and a rainbow of stars shine at The Drama League's So In Love benefit.

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Met Opera Seeks Chenoweth for The Ghosts of Versailles

Peter Gelb, the Metropolitan Opera's incoming general manager, hopes to convince Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth to make her New York opera debut, the AP reported.

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Skepticism and Praise for Change at the Met By DANIEL J. WAKIN

Many among the Met's base of support say they are wary of Peter Gelb's focus on directors and his effort to reach out to nontraditional opera composers.

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Ian McKellen: Hollywood 'resists gay US actors'

The same was not true on Broadway, where people were "very at ease with being open and honest".

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The essence of Chekhov By Charles McNulty

Alfred Molina's portrayal of a pivotal character is key to the Taper's "Cherry Orchard."

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The Cherry Orchard
Review By Ed Kaufman

A first-rate production that almost gets to the essence of Chekhov.

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The Times They Are A-Changin'
Reviewed By: Rob Stevens

Twyla Tharp's new musical, set to the songs of Bob Dylan, is a feast for the eyes, ears, and soul.

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'The Times They Are A-Changin"
Review By PAUL HODGINS

Twyla Tharp tries to harness the songs of composer Bob Dylan to another dance musical, but this time she's less successful than she was with "Movin' Out."

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THEATER REVIEW | 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL'
Maybe He's Just Not Into You, Helena By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

This production by the Theater for a New Audience inspires a quiet prayer of thanks to the theater gods.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'BACK OF THE THROAT'
Homeland Spies Poking Around a Cluttered Apartment By NEIL GENZLINGER

Yussef El Guindi's play about the excesses of post-9/11 security has some very funny lines, but ultimately it feels oversimplified.

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OEDIPUS IN DA 'HOOD By FRANK SCHECK

THE glossary in the back of the program for "The Seven," Will Power's hip-hop take on a Greek tragedy, is one for the books: Rarely do you see side-by-side definitions of the words "bling-bl…

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A so-so sextet BY PETER FILICHIA

Despite a fine cast, 'Yo Soy Latina' lacks an emotional core

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE BOOK OF THE DUN COW'
An Inquisitive Rooster Wonders: Why Does Evil Exist? By ANDREA STEVENS

"The Book of the Dun Cow" is a heartfelt, occasionally moving animal allegory and not-so-subtle antiwar statement.

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The Siegel Column

The Siegels have nothing but praise for Rabbit Hole, Ute Lemper, and Kismet.

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SEX-CHANGE GAL ANYTHING BUT A DRAG By FRANK SCHECK

TRANSSEXUALS seem to be all the rage these days, judging by TV's "Nip/Tuck," the Felicity Huffman movie "Transamerica," and now "Christine Jorgensen Reveals," about America's gender-altering…

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POP REVIEW | 'TRIBUTE TO BURT BACHARACH'
Bacharach, They Long to Be Close to Your (Quirky) Style By STEPHEN HOLDEN

The Loser's Lounge tribute on Saturday night had the feel of a loving celebrity roast at which the blushing honoree was present in spirit but not in body.

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Arts, Briefly
Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

"Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life" will play its final performance at the Schoenfeld Theater on Sunday.

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