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    'Perfect Crime' Alumni Sought for Celebration

    "Perfect Crime," the longest-running play in the history of New York theater, is celebrating its 25th anniversary on April 18, 2012.

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    Kutcher Wants to Return to 'Two and a Half Men'

    A clean-cut Ashton Kutcher said Wednesday that he's interested in continuing with "Two and a Half Men" beyond this season — and CBS wants him, too.

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    Follow Back Stage at Sundance This Weekend!

    Back Stage and the Screen Actors Guild are co-hosting a party at the Tweet House tonight on Main Street in Park City. Follow @BackStageCast for exclusive information and festival updates!

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    Conference Peers 20 Years Into Broadway's Future

    Will people still come to see shows in 2032? Will actors still be performing live? Will Times Square still be the crossroads of the world? Will "The Phantom of the Opera" still be open?

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    U.S.-U.K. First-Look Deal: Mixed Reviews

    The late-September announcement that Broadway producers Bob Boyett and Bill Haber had reached a three-year first-look deal with Britain's National Theatre has generated little optimism and something of a sense of resignation from three key figures in the American regional theatre scene.

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    Evon Arts' Coming Together

    In this, their fifth installment of "Coming Together," produced at the Cunningham Studio, the majority of the program's nine pieces reflected firm grounding in a recognizably "Ailey" technique.

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    At 80, Finkel Lives an Actor's Life

    As history teacher Harvey Lipschultz, 80-year-old Fyvush Finkel delivers his lines with a veteran's precise timing and an undiminished zest that younger performers, if they've got an ounce of sense, must envy.

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    Heaven

    "Heaven," presented by and at the Sacred Fools Theater, 660 N. Heliotrope Dr., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Nov. 14-Dec. 21. $15. (310) 281-8337.

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    Drama Dispatch: Nov. 10, 2003: 'Wicked'; 'The Long Christmas Ride Home'; 'Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks'

    What happened in Oz before Dorothy and her house dropped in? A new musical deconstructs the Oz mythology and provides star-making opportunities for Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel. Plus Paula Vogel examines family holiday-time pressures and summer stock makes a winter visit.

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    Guthrie Theatre Ogles $25M Bond Issue

    Although, as of press time, the Minnesota Legislature had not yet voted for a $216 million capitol investment-bonding bill, which includes a $25 million allocation for the Minneapolis-based Guthrie Theater, the odds are pretty good that it will happen, suggests James Morrison, a Guthrie Theater spokesman. More striking, Gov. Tim ...