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    DANCE DIARY - "Melting Pots" Ethnic and Aesthetic

    When the Paul Taylor Dance Company opened its two-week season at City Center recently, one of the most anticipated new works was Prime Numbers, which premiered in New Delhi on Jan. 10 of this year, in celebration of India's 50th anniversary of independence. As to what it's all ...

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    "Wolverine" at Nada

    The Present Company is presenting "Wolverine Dream," a new play by Brian Parks, at Nada (167 Ludlow St., NYC), Oct. 3-27. Described as "your basic airline crash-wrongful death suit-genetic twin clowns-leprechaun bashing-talking wolverine comedy but with a twist," the show plays Thursdays through Sundays at 8

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    "Nothing Like a Dame" To Kick Off Women's History Month

    Several theatre groups and entertainment organizations have once again planned March events commemorating the achievements and perspectives of women as part of National Women's History Month (NWHM). The events take place all over the country and we have listed a few highlights in this

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    42nd St. Theatre Breaks Ground

    Producer Eric Krebs has begun construction on his new Off-Broadway theatre, breaking ground on the far western frontier of the ever-growing 42nd Street entertainment

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    What the Doctor Ordered

    Anything in the body used over and over again is bound to become strained, says otolaryngologist Dr. Leigh Lachman. Whatever your profession, "your throat area has constant in-and-out trauma every time you breathe--that's 16 respirations a minute times a lifetime." Add to that the task of projecting nightly to ...

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    NYC Theatres Produce "Tempest,' "Two of Us,' "Swing!' for Deaf Viewers

    Deaf people may have felt shut out of legit productions in the past, but three productions are taking special pains to make themselves accessible to theatregoers with hearing loss. The shows range from contemporary comedies to classic Shake-speare, and from a modest Off-Off-Broadway two-character show to a big-budget Broadway spectacular ...

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    '99 A Mega-Year for B.O., Media: But Fewer Films, Big Mergers, Runaway Production Must Worry SAG

    In the film production business, it seems, the bigger you were in 1999, the more you liked the financial bottom line. But most actors, swimming for their lives at the bottom of the food chain, must have gazed warily at the