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    A Meeting of the

    CAMBRIDGE, MASS.-Con-viviality and an oddball note of mutual amusement characterized the two seminars open to the press in a three-day event dubbed ACT II (Act I took place 26 years ago), or The Second Annual Congress of Theatre.

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    PROFILE : Wilde at Heart - Stephen Fry is witty, informed, and no stranger to criticism. Who better to play Oscar Wilde?

    Stephen Fry was born to be Wilde--or at least to play him. One of the most widely recognized celebrities in Britain, Fry is known as much for the wit of his writing as he is for the stature of his

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    Arts Grant Deadline Approaching

    The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York) has announced that applications for its Fund For Small Theatre grants are available. The application deadline is Fri., May

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    Lar Lubovitch Dance Co. Awarded $150,000

    The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company has just been awarded a grant of $150,000 by the Irene Diamond Fund. The Fund will provide $50,000 on an annual basis for each of the next three

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    While the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park attracted crowds with its 31-actor, effects-filled annual revival of A Christmas Carol (through Dec. 28), other central and southern Ohio troupes were finding success with the unconventional.

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    DIALOGUE: Charles Nelson Reilly and Julie Harris

    Like their celebrated production of "The Gin Game," a conversation with American theatre greats Julie Harris and Charles Nelson Reilly is both rip-roaringly funny and deeply enlightening. He may be outspoken and boisterous, she refined and soft-spoken, but they're identical in their love and respect for one another.

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    Broadway's Sweetheart - Megan Mullally steals time away from Will & Grace for a solo show at the Coast Theatre.

    Given the opportunity, Megan Mullally will sneak up on you, stealing your focus from whatever surrounds her. On the new hit series Will & Grace, her expert timing and sharp deliveries have elevated the supporting character of Karen Walker, and the show itself, to comic gold. On Broadway, in How To ...

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    RADIO GALS

    Truly satisfying silliness abounds in all departments, in Taproot Theatre's Seattle premiere production of Radio Gals, a show that has as much fun with '20s music and Midwestern folksiness as Nunsense had with nuns, yet in a more affectionate and less calculated way. Mike Craver and Mark Hardwick's ...