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    Something She Does

    Some theatregoers link Joanna Gleason with musicals, but she's equally adept at dramatic work and has been proving it for more than 30 years.

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    vocal ease

    he difference between a vocal coach and a voice teacher used to be clear. But these days there is a lot of confusion about who does what—especially in the musical theatre and pop worlds. The classical world has always had pretty clear boundaries between the two, because coaches are ...

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    Ball of Fire: Barbara Stanwyck Centennial.

    Ball of Fire: Barbara Stanwyck Centennial. BAMcinématek celebrates the Brooklyn-born actor of Hollywood's Golden Age. Today: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946), directed by Lewis Milestone, with Stanwyck, Van Heflin, and Kirk Douglas. BAM Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn. 6:50, 9:30 p.m. $10; $7 ...

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    CBS Wins Key to 'Kingdom'

    The broadcast networks went medieval over "The Kingdom," a Middle Ages drama set in Europe's world of castles, kings and typhoid fever.

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    A Class Act

    "It's all in the songs," pleads Ed Kleban. "Just listen to my songs."

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    PBS Stations Struggle for Folks, Funds

    The Public Broadcasting Service, the performing arts' primary avenue to America's homes, stays alive through a combination of government and private funding sources. But PBS affiliates nationwide have been seeing those sources dwindle, and so broadcast execs at both the national and local level are looking for ways to ...

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    Equity, AFTRA, Others React to Minority Concerns

    The NAACP's and Latino community's vocal concerns about minority performers' plight in film and TV has spread to reactions from sources as diverse as the nation's performers' unions and U.S. minority business

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    Taming of the Bard: Directing Shakespeare

    One salient lesson of "Directing Shakespeare," the classical directing symposium organized and produced by the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation April 27-29, is that there's always a new philosophy or insight to consider when it comes to tackling the Bard. Through a comprehensive array of panel discussions, workshops, and ...