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    NY Filming Continues to Heat Up As Summer Ends

    Plenty more is on the burner for the fall, as well. A rundown of current and upcoming projects

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Robert Goulet - Silvery Swoon

    In the sprightly Ross Hunter film farce I'd Rather Be Rich (1964), Sandra Dee must choose between her real fianc (Andy Williams) and an imposter (Robert Goulet) whom she enlisted to appease her dying grandfather. The dilemma is resolved when she realizes that Goulet's character quite literally makes ...

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    BISTRO BITS: Record Time

    The compact disc, the king of digital recording, is clearly the calling card for any cabaret or jazz performer who wishes to establish credentials in major markets or simply make it to that next level. CDs are more important than ever. Their very existence can serve to validate a rising ...

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    BISTRO BITS: In Sync

    Knowing who you are is the first step toward putting together a good act. Choosing the right material is the second step. Reams have been written in this column on the subject of what goes into putting a good act together. Therefore, instead of pontificating, let me point to some ...

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    Admission Free: Summer Events Where the Price Can't Be Beat

    RAKKA THAMM!!! is at it again. For the eighth summer in a row, the Manhattan-based theatre company--which got its name from an X-Men comic--ventures nightly into Greenwich Village's Washington Square Park, appropriating concrete mounds usually dominated by skateboarders, and bringing free Euripides to everyone. Recently though, says Artistic Director ...

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    Drama Desk Awards

    Actor in Play (Anthony LaPaglia), Featured Actress (Allison Janney), and Director (Michael Mayer, who was also cited for his staging of "Side Man," soon to transfer to the Roundabout).

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    STAGE AND SCREEN: Lure of Live Performance

    Dorie Barton and Alison Eastwood refuse to let commercial success keep them from the