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Lucy and the Conquest

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Starry Cast Set for August Xanadu Reading

Playbill.com has learned that Tony Award winners Jane Krakowski and Ben Vereen as well as All Shook Up's Cheyenne Jackson will be part of an August reading of the new musical Xanadu.

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Point of No Return: The Phantom Diet By Marty Rhodes Figley

Maybe All a Woman Needs To Lose Weight Is a Healthy Operatic Fantasy

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It's coming back? That's wicked! By Diane Haithman

Fans have something to scream about as the 'Oz'-themed musical plans a long return to Los Angeles.

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Shepherdstown sets stage for playwriting by J. Wynn Rousuck

In most of the offerings, you'll be sure to see American family life, with a twist

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Slide Show: A New Tent

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival serves up plenty of humor in a new production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

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'Forest' darkness proves illuminating BY PETER FILICHIA

Maybe Tammy Ryan should have called her new play "The Dark Part of the Marriage" instead of "The Dark Part of the Forest."

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Crazy for the Dog
Reviewed by: Barbara & Scott Siegel

The lack of appealing characters in Christopher Boal's dysfunctional family drama is likely to drive audiences crazy.

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Apostasy

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The Life of Galileo

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Spamalot: You'll laugh a lot by RICHARD OUZOUNIAN

Eric Idle takes a bow as musical's national tour brings the Killer Rabbit and the Holy Grail

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CZECHS AND BALANCES by JOHN LAHR

Tom Stoppard on Prague's rock revolution.

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Arts, Briefly
Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER

"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" captures more swag, two ancient Greek theaters are set to close and more culture news.

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Theater Review: A Soldier Returns From War, but the Struggle's Just Starting in 'Angel Mountain' by ANITA GATES

The faults in John-Richard Thompson's play soon fade as this surprising, absorbing, well-acted drama takes hold.

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Theater Review The City's a Wondrous Toy, Just Made for a Girl and Boy, in 'Manhattan Madcaps of 1924' by NEIL GENZLINGER

The story is purposely silly, the choreography hokey, the production values minimal. But this show is all about the music.

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Carrie Nye, 69, Williamstown Festival Actress, Is Dead by CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

Carrie Nye, known for her dry wit and Mississippi drawl, was a fixture at the Williamstown Theater Festival in northern Massachusetts.

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Actors on the London Stage: Listen Closely and You Can Hear the Neurons Firing by BEN BRANTLEY

Mental gymnastics are proving to be a compelling spectator sport on the stages of London this summer.

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Inside Move: From BevHills to Chi? by GORDON COX

Spelling may sing her way to 'Chicago'

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Usher moves to B'way by Gordon Cox

Grammy winner will star in 'Chicago' through Oct. 1

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'Blonde' to play Palace by Gordon Cox

'Legally' to open April 29

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Can 'Chorus' still line up auds? by Gordon Cox

Producers make case for revival that mirrors original '70s mold

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Menier's tuner factory by David Benedict

Chocolate sweetens London legit scene

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Inside Move: Scribe's in the 'Pink' by Gordon Cox

King show the creation of performers Everett, Mellman

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'Divas' delivers mo' music to D.C. by Paul Harris

Caffey's cast covers 400 years of music in new show

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Cattrall will meet Mamet by David Benedict

Thesp will headline Donmar's revival of 'Cryptogram'

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Kline replaces Walken by Gordon Cox

Thesp prepping for prod'n of 'Courage'

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Biz dips; 'Purple' 41.1m

B'way Grosses

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B.O. bump; 'Wicked' $1.5 million

Road grosses

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'Line' doc lands callback by Gordon Cox

Breglio unsure whether footage will be released

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MIDTOWN FEST BLENDS LOCATION, PROVOCATION by FRANK SCHECK

THEATER festivals in this town are a dime a dozen, but there's one thing the Midtown International Theatre Festival can boast that the others can't: convenience.

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Today in Theatre History: JULY 17

1953 Actress Maude Adams dies today. Born in 1873, Adams, at the age of 32, played the title role in James M. Barrie's Peter Pan when it had its world premiere at the Empire Theatre in 1905.…

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Daphne Rubin-Vega and Malik Yoba Start Everythings Turning Into Beautiful, Off-Broadway July 17

Daphne Rubin-Vega and Malik Yoba star in The New Group's Off-Broadway staging of Seth Zvi Rosenfeld's Everythings Turning Into Beautiful, which begins July 17.

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Philandering Poet Caught Up In World Premiere of Rajiv Joseph's All This Intimacy, July 17

Rajiv Joseph's All This Intimacy makes its world premiere in New York City as the second half of Second Stage Theatre's Uptown series, starting July 17.

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Emick, Larsen, Graae Star in Cape Playhouse Guys and Dolls July 17-29

A trio of Broadway-caliber actors headline the Cape Playhouse's new staging of the evergreen Frank Loesser musical Guys and Dolls, which will run at the Dennis, MA, theatre July 17-29.

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