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    Back on the Radar

    Caroline Dhavernas, best known for playing quirky slacker Jaye Tyler on the short-lived 2004 Fox dramedy "Wonderfalls," soured on the small screen after the series was canceled. She has apparently changed her mind.

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    Clear and 'Present'

    Have no doubt: The Tony- and Emmy-nominated Garber is thrilled to be back on a Broadway stage and adores inhabiting Garry Essendine, the self-indulgent, self-absorbed, womanizing matinee idol.

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    Rob Zombie

    Who he is: Best known as the lead singer of metal band White Zombie, Rob Zombie isn't content just releasing platinum-selling discs. Zombie used his status to branch out into directing music videos, animation (he collaborated with creator Mike Judge on a sequence in Beavis and Butt-head Do America ...

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    A Wanted Man

    If you had to pick one person from "Cheers" who would go on to earn an Oscar nomination and headline blockbusters, it probably wouldn't have been Woody Harrelson.

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    Revival of the Fittest

    The major challenge in taking on an iconic work like “Bye Bye Birdie” is how profoundly it is identified with other stars, say Bill Irwin and Jayne Houdyshell.

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    The California Curse

    "It ain't what it's cracked up to be," quipped Peter Bogdanovich of success. "Come into the tent; I'll explain it."

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    Belarus Free Theatre Co-Founder Speaks About Her Life as an Artist

    The European company has returned to the Public Theater and through May 15 will perform three works in repertory at La MaMa ETC.

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    Andrew Ableson & Jeff Sugarman

    Andrew Ableson and Jeff Sugarman, currently appearing in Orson's Shadow at the Black Dahlia Theatre—as, respectively, Kenneth Tynan and Laurence Olivier—each carved out an impressive resumé prior to relocating to Los Angeles. Ableson, an English native with a background in multimedia performance, has numerous London stage credits ...

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    Billy Stritch Connects Industries Through Networking

    Stritch discussed his transition from music to theater at the Actor’s Fund Benefit on Thursday.

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    Missi Pyle: On a Quest

    We dare you to find a contemporary comedic presence as fearless, distinctive, and lacking in vanity as Missi Pyle. Sure, other actors might be able to play menacing, monobrowed dodgeball champions or slightly demented rich-bitch Tae Bo addicts, but Pyle doesn't merely play these roles; she inhabits them with ...