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    Mid-Coast CUES - Starting Over

    It's back to square one for the $36 million Chicago Music and Dance Theatre, which has abandoned its proposed Cityfront Center construction site. The concept of a 1,500-seat shared home for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Chicago, Music of the Baroque, Chicago Opera Theatre, Old Town School of ...

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    BISTRO BITS: Mon Coeur S'Ouvre Ta Voix

    Australian singing star Judi Connelli, making her first local cabaret appearance in over a year, is currently in residence at The FireBird Cafe nightly, through Nov.

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    Tonys Endure Slings & Arrows of Outraged Showmen

    The Broadway theatre community's reactions to the Tony Award nominations--ranging from boycotts to lawsuits--have continued

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    Forum Offers Acting Technique for Singers

    Singer's Forum now offers Acting Technique for Singers, a class with Josephine Abady (former artistic director of Circle In The Square, Berkshire Festival), focusing on improvisation, monologues, cold readings, and audition techniques. The class is held Wednesdays at 4 pm. The Musical Theatre Workshop with Lynda Wells (manager for ...

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    Kennedy Center Grants $132,500 To Theatres, Writers

    Three American plays, all centering on multi-cultural themes, and the theatres that will premiere them have received $132,500 in grants from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays.

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    Music Hall Reopens Gala Celebration Follows $70M Restoration

    Radio City Music Hall re-opened Monday night after a $70-million, seven-month restoration-the Art Deco, Depression-era landmark theatre's second major refurbishment since the 1970s. Such disparate acts as Tony Bennett, Billy Crystal, Ann Miller, Ann-Margret, Sting, Mary J. Blige, Shirley Jones, Raquel Welch, and-of course-36 Rockettes appeared in the gala ...

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    Musical "Camille"

    "The Camille Act," selections from the new musical "La Dame aux Camƒlias," plays The Triad, Mon., May 12, at 10:30 pm. Presented by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the show is written by Julia Gregory and musical-directed by Michael

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