Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

0023: Lea Salonga, The Harder They Come, Jenifer Toksvig (1) by MusicalTalk

DOM AND NICK discuss Miss Saigon and its Fillipina star Lea Salonga. Tim talks about The Harder They Come (playing at the Theatre Royal Stratford East) and interviews lyricist/bookrwriter an…

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Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Follow Spot By: Michael Portantiere

Rob Fisher is ready to Face the Music, and Broadway stars are all set to get down and funky at Joe's Pub.

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Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire's lament, Rabbit Hole, now in a well- wrought Midwest premiere at Goodman Theatre, is a sober-sided and contagiously compassionate look at a harm beyond closure.

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Film Has Two Versions; Only One Is Julie Taymor's By SHARON WAXMAN

In an unusual move, Joe Roth, the executive who is producing Ms. Taymor's film, "Across the Universe," has created his own version of the film without her agreement.

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Producer Gives $25,000 to Nonprofit Troupe: Nice Gift By Mary Romano

Barbara Freitag, a Broadway producer who made a profit on "The Drowsy Chaperone" and lost money on "Urban Cowboy," likes to look beyond the box office.

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Reviewed by: Dan Bacalzo

Lucy Thurber's quirky and original new play is deftly directed by Jackson Gay and brought to vivid life by a fantastic ensemble cast.

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This new work from Lucy Thurber features interesting characters and plenty of weighty ideas. Though it has an admirable poetic, otherworldly quality, it isn't as moving, or convincing as it …

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If you don't hack them off, dead limbs kill the tree. Just consider "Stay," a new play by Lucy Thurber that could be beautiful if it weren't burdened with a stultifying plot device.

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Be It Padua or Illyria, Boys Will Be Boisterous By BEN BRANTLEY

The Propeller Company's all-male productions of Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" and "Twelfth Night" are boisterous and inventive.

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Dying for It

Moira Buffini's free adaptation of the play, renamed Dying For It, preserves its subversive qualities, while giving full rein to its wonderfully surreal humour.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Performed in an impressive range of eight different languages, exotic Asian music and acrobatic skills, this production certainly catches the magical otherworldliness of one of Shakespeare's…

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Air Rage by Hilton Als

"Talk Radio" twenty years later.

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Confident, Elegant, Chatty Even By STEPHEN HOLDEN

Barbara Carroll transformed every selection into a shapely composition with improvisations and quotations in her show at the Oak Room on Sunday.

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