Thursday, March 9, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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I Remember Mama

Lisa Kron and Jayne Houdyshell face off in Well, Kron's harried and hilarious look at the conventions of theatre and wellness.

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Ellis. On Orton

Director Scott Ellis mines the "darkness under the farce" of Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane.

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Measure for Pleasure

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Bernarda Alba

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BOY, GEORGE DODGES PRISON By LAURA ITALIANO

Coming soon to a park near you - Boy George, raking leaves.

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Her place on the world stage By Christopher Reynolds

Two plays commemorate a young U.S. activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer.

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'J.A.P.' hitting stage, book shelves By GORDON COX

Story follows six women a summer camp reunion

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Dreams Deferred by J. Cooper Robb

Another postponement at the Prince Music Theater highlights the difficulty of producing world premiere musicals.

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A fairly good 'Fella' BY MICHAEL SOMMERS

Paul Sorvino and cast overcome clunky staging to redeem a classic show

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A LA CARTER: Wine flows in a night at the opera by Sylvia Carter

The Frank Loesser musical, which was chosen partly for its interesting mix of quasi-operatic arias and Broadway-style numbers, was the inspiration for an opening gala for 700, held last nigh…

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Measure for Pleasure
Review By MARILYN STASIO

This is an orgy to which all are graciously invited.

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Bawdy Stand-Up in Wigs and Silk Britches (No Glossary Needed) By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

David Grimm's play is essentially a nasty comedy-club routine performed in silk britches and powdered wigs.

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Measure for Pleasure
Reviewed By: Dan Bacalzo

David Grimm's newly minted "Restoration romp" often forgoes good taste, but it has moments of wit and comic brilliance.

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'Measure' a Bawdy Comedy By MICHAEL KUCHWARA, AP Drama Critic

"Measure for Pleasure" is a delightfully bawdy comedy with a sentimental streak, particularly where true love is concerned.

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The Many Faces of Every Family By JASON ZINOMAN

The reason to see this revival is the pleasure of watching Sherry Glaser do something with the meticulousness that only a lifetime of observation and years of work can produce.

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Family Secrets
Review By MARK BLANKENSHIP

This one-woman show about a cheerily dysfunctional Jewish family has the freshness and surprise of the latest downtown discovery.

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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE FROG BRIDE'
The Princess Bride Wore Green By LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

Absorbing, funny and suspenseful, "The Frog Bride" is, in the great tradition of storytelling, enchanting.

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A light courting, in and out of character BY ROB KENDT

The medium is the message in Jeffrey Sweet's beguiling but unsettling romantic comedy "Bluff."

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Playwrights fest stresses new talent By Mike Boehm

South Coast Repertory hosts the annual weekend of new works.

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Rodney Strong, 78, Dancer Turned Pioneering California Vintner, Is Dead By ERIC ASIMOV

In 1959, he and his wife, Charlotte, with whom he had danced on Broadway, moved to Tiburon in Marin County. There, he established Tiburon Vintners, which bought bulk wine, bottled it and sol…

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PAGE SIX

NOW we know why Lee Radziwill bolted a preview of "Grey Gardens" after the first act.

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BOLDFACE
Well, to Keep the Cats Off, of Course By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

The after-party of "Grey Gardens," which opened on Tuesday night at Playwrights Horizons, was at Planet Hollywood.

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