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    Eifman's 'Pinocchio' A Fairytale for All Ages

    Give a familiar classic to Boris Eifman, artistic director of Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg, and he can be depended upon to expand the plot beyond belief. He has turned Pinocchio into a spectacular ballet that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

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    SPOTLIGHT ON FALL TV CASTING - Making a 'Scene'

    The candor, humor, and genuine sense of enjoyment that writer/producer Judith McCreary brings to her work are perhaps most evident as she talks about her disappointments. She chuckles through the list of ill-fated feature projects that began her career: a spec script she sold to Warner Bros. and developed ...

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    Memorial for William 'Billy' Roy

    A memorial tribute to cabaret performer-arranger-writer William "Billy" Roy will be held Mon., Sept. 13, at 2 pm at the Players' Club, near Gramercy Park. The memorial will feature performances and remembrances from Roy's professional colleagues. Roy died on Sept. 2 last year in West Palm Beach, Fla. He ...

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    Martha Scott, 90, Oscar Nominee

    Martha Scott, best known for her Oscar-nominated portrayal of Emily in Thornton Wilder's 'Our Town' (1940), died in a hospital in the San Fernando Valley on Wed., May 28. She was 90.

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    Tradtional Values in Cabaret

    In the middle of the opening mix of songs, Marin Mazzie paused and said to partner Jason Danieley, "This act could play the Palladium or even Yankee Stadium." The ovation that followed seconded that thought. Mazzie's beautiful soprano fused with Danieley's gorgeous tenor created magic as Broadway met ...

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    CSA Taps Tarantino for Career Nod

    The Casting Society of America on Tuesday unveiled the nominations for its 20th Annual Artios Awards ceremony, which will include a career achievement award for writer-director Quentin Tarantino.

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    Spacey to Sing at London Fund Raiser

    Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey will show off his vocal talents alongside Sir Elton John at a fund-raiser for a historic London theater, organizers announced Thursday.

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    SPOTLIGHT ON FILMMAKING - Short Attention Spans

    When Gabrielle Conforti accepted a job as a "bet runner"—a courier who literally runs the bets on horse races from gamblers to the betting window—at a casino for some quick money, she could have never known that she'd just taken a huge step forward in her creative ...

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    Drama Dispatch: Feb. 10, 2003: 'Fifth of July'; 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'; 'Cookin' at the Cookery'; 'Vincent'; 'Kimberly Akimbo'; 'Almost Live from the Betty Ford Clinic'; 'Class Mothers '68'

    Revived works from two Wilson receive varied productions; musical bios of Alberta Hunter and Vincent Van Gogh; dark comedy at MTC and Liza, Carol, and other icons skewered.