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    ight seasons into her Law & Order: Special

    ight seasons into her Law & Order: Special Victims Unit tenure, Mariska Hargitay is still bringing fresh nuances and new dimensions to her portrayal of impassioned Detective Olivia Benson. The end of Season 7 found Olivia in one of her most emotional conundrums yet, and Hargitay made us feel the character ...

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    Kids on Broadway Today for Annual Bash

    It's kids day on Broadway, as performers from many top shows will entertain more than 1,000 children at Madame Tussauds New York.

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    Movie Ticket Prices Hit All-Time High

    The cost of going to the movies hit an all-time high last year as the construction boom in plush multiplex cinemas continued to push up ticket prices, according to research on Wednesday.

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    he French-Swiss philosopher Benjamin Constant

    he French-Swiss philosopher Benjamin Constant once said, "Art for art's sake, with no purpose, for any purpose, perverts art. Art achieves a purpose which is not its own." Though Constant died in 1830, he could have been referring to the Unusual Suspects Theatre Group, a nonprofit organization of professional ...

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    A 'Revolution'

    Almost 30 years after the Stonewall riots kickstarted the gay rights revolution, playwright Michael D. Jackson has another 'Revolution,' a play set to headline a new theatre festival dedicated to gay-friendly material.

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    'Sopranos' Ramirez Lands 'Heroes' Role

    A new hot young female hero is joining the gang on NBC's hit sci-fi drama "Heroes."

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    Tom Jones: The Musical

    "Tom Jones: The Musical" is about as much fun as you can have with your clothes on. Its bawdy 18th-century rakes, ladies, and gentlemen are often itching to be out of theirs.

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    his question really hits home for me as a former

    his question really hits home for me as a former actor. I know what a challenge it can be for actors to be handed an emotional scene and then—sometimes with very little time to prepare—have to come up with a believable result. But it's also what separates ...

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    Chamber Theatre's Wright Aiming to Put Things Right

    When Montgomery Davis stepped down as artistic director of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, he hoped the company's board of directors would choose a young successor.

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    Self-Starter

    "Opening night. The house is sold out.... The show goes remarkably well, and I am happy. People get it. Above all, I feel that I have worked to make it work, and the work on the stage feels wonderful. I am physically and technically free...and I am happy."