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    Penn Bonds with Kelley's 'Brotherhood'

    Chris Penn is in final negotiations to make his first foray into series television starring opposite Randy Quaid and John Carroll Lynch in David E. Kelley's new CBS drama "The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H."

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    Fosse Footage Found

    The Museum of Television & Radio has unearthed some rare video footage of legendary choreographer Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon discussing the use of choreography in the Broadway musical, and even performing dance numbers from "Damn Yankees," "The Pajama Game," and other shows. The Museum will screen the program daily throughout ...

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    Pols Ponder Tax Breaks For Producers, Patrons

    Legislators in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are working on different prescriptions to give the legit entertainment industry a shot in the arm.

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    The Conquest of the Universe or When Queens Collide

    Although Charles Ludlam's earlier plays are not as well made as his later ones, he is now remembered for witty, clever productions of satiric plays designed with ingenious sets and costumes: in other words, high camp.

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    Hot Rods

    Someone once asked Stephanie D'Abruzzo, the female lead puppeteer in Broadway's Avenue Q (Kate Monster and other puppet characters), if she ever forgets that her puppets aren't real. "I'm working too damn hard to forget they're not real," she responded tartly.

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    NY Film Fest Blends Old, New

    The New York Film Festival's lineup this year is a multigenerational affair where old masters and new talent will rub shoulders.

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    FEATURE Bard to the Future

    Turning 10 means it's time to start growing up, behaving properly, and developing mature sensibilities, right? Dear God, let it not be so. Although Troubadour Theater Company has grown in size and sophistication in its 10 years, neither its company members nor its mission has lost the high-energy high-jinks ...

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    Local 802 Foils Brooklyn Opera

    The struggle over virtual music between the Opera Company of Brooklyn (OCB) and the musicians' union has flared up again.

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    Guthrie Theater's New Home Taking Shape

    The future has begun merging with the past as the Guthrie Theater's new $125 million home takes shape on the Mississippi River.