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    "Wise Guys'Off, "Ragtime' House for Sale

    "Wise Guys," Stephen Sond-heim's latest musical, with a libretto by John Weidman, will not open in April, as previously announced. The producers, Roger Berlind, Dodger Theatricals, Scott Rudin, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, confirmed the cancellation last week after completion of three weeks of work-in-progress presentations ...

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    "Refuge" Takes Annual Blackburn Prize

    Jessica Goldberg, a 25-year-old New York playwright, has won $5,000 as the first prize of the 21st Annual Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, for "Refuge," her play "about four young lives-lost and unsure of what's ahead, seeking a safe place, but unsure of what safety means." The play, Ms ...

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    Mid-Coast CUES - Buck Stops Here

    Valerie Harper's extensive training in dance and in the theatre game techniques of Viola Spolin/Paul Sills is apparent in the supple "plastique" she brings to The Dragon and the Pearl, Marty Martin's biographical play about Pearl S. Buck. In the one-woman show on the mainstage of the ...

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    Broadway Box Office Blasts Off After Tonys

    This year's Tony Award telecast may have scored lower on the Neilsen TV ratings than last year's, but the broadcast seems to have had an effect. Grosses rose for 27 shows on Broadway in the week ending June 11, and remained virtually flat for three other productions. Only ...

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    Drama Desk Offers Free Panel on "Revisals'

    The Drama Desk will host a panel on reworking old shows. Titled "I've Heard That Song Before: Revivals, Revisals & Revusicals," the event will be held on Thursday, June 8, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at New Dramatists, 424 W. 44

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    a cappella quartet

    Vox Bop, a mixed a cappella quartet featured on national Amazon.com TV ad, NBC's "All Things Considered" and NBC's "The Ainsley Harriott Show" is seeking versatile, low bass and soprano with strong reading skills. Must be excellent musician and be able to sing in a variety of ...

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    "pirates" & "I love you...," va

    Seeking singer-actor-dancers for Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance," NY Shakespeare Festival version, at Mill Mountain Theatre, Roanoke, VA, and "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" (Joe DiPietro, book & lyrics; Jimmy Roberts, music), a co-production with Mill Mountain and Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA. "Pirates...," Richard Stafford dir ...