Tuesday, December 26, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Trial by auditioning fire best test by Richard Ouzounian

Marvin Hamlisch says he's looking for more than just talent as judge on Triple Sensation

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Loose Lips By: Brian Scott Lipton

Tony Award winner Jefferson Mays prepares for a new journey, and Kathleen Widdoes comes full circle in San Francisco. Plus: Where to find Karen Finley, Tony Kushner, James Naughton, and othe…

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Broadway Is Rocker's Latest Alternative By GINIA BELLAFANTE

Like men of his generation, Duncan Sheik found little to interest him in musical theater, but he has won critical praise as the composer of the score for "Spring Awakening."

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Musical dream recreated on screen by MARK LEPAGE

"I was eight years old, that winter of '63 when Where Did Our Love Go came out," says director Bill Condon.

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Dream Sequins By Ann Hornaday

A Stellar Cast Twinkles in a 'Dreamgirls' That Dims as Often as It Dazzles

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From Black Comedy To 'Indian Blood' By ERIC GRODE

The problem in assembling a 2006 best-of list isn't finding 10 highlights but narrowing the field down from about 135 candidates.

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They Don't Run the Asylum, but Inmates Make the Music By JASON ZINOMAN

Dario D'Ambrosi's jaunty new musical, "A Crazy Sound," lives up to its title right from the start.

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'Frog Bride' tries, lands short By Toby Zinman

Philadelphia Theatre Company's stab at family theater succumbs to artifice and crassness.

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'High School Musical' graduates to the big time BY MICHAEL GILTZ

The TV phenomenon arrives in concert

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Arts, Briefly
Compiled by ADAM SANK

Reviving a Rare Work by Tennessee Williams; The Grinch Steals Christmas... Again; A Dreamgirl Takes Manhattan

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Inqlings | More stars in sight for Academy's 150th By Michael Klein

The celeb quotient keeps rising for the Academy of Music's 150th anniversary celebration on Jan. 27 as former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw has been booked to host, and actor John Lithgow will …

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