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    The Other Sure Thing: Preparing A Will

    It's time to answer that age--old question: "Do I need a Will?" The answer is most often "yes." A Will is particularly important for artists because the rights to an artist's creations still need to be monitored after the artist's death.

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    Sony Suspends Advertising Executive

    Sony Pictures suspended two advertising executives Thursday for allowing movie ads to feature accolades from a critic who didn't exist.

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    The Multi-Media Is the Message

    Projections, Film, and Video Mix It Up with Theatre

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    Kennedy Center Looks at Sondheim

    A quartet of directors--Christopher Ashley, Mark Brokaw, Sean Mathias and Eric Schaeffer--will oversee six musicals by Stephen Sondheim during next summer's Sondheim Celebration at the Kennedy Center in Washington.

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    Keith Baxter: How Do You Like Your Ghosts?

    Gothic thrillers have their share of melodrama, acknowledges veteran British actor Keith Baxter, star of the play "The Woman in Black" playing at the Minetta Lane Theatre..

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    Hit Syrian Play Looks at Mideast

    The melancholy voice of Lebanese diva Fayrouz singing her hit, "Jerusalem, the City of Prayers," is the perfect introduction for the runaway hit "Tab el-Mout, Ya Arab," or "Welcome to Death, O Arabs."

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    The Credeaux Canvas

    Soap and paint oils don't mix.

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    The Right Way to Sue

    In Ellen Melaver's manic and uneven new comedy, "The Right Way to Sue," Maggie (a convincing Jennifer Morris) is continually losing her newborn daughter.

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    The Multi-Media Is the Message

    Undoubtedly, when "The Rocky Horror Show" 's Brad and Janet morph from film projections into real live people—they seemingly float off the movie screen and onto the stage—the use of video technology or mixed media, or "projection design" as it's known in the business, has entered a ...

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    A Glowing ABT Giselle

    The everlasting question regarding Giselle is how long can a ballet that first saw the light in 1841 keep going? The 160-year-old creation from the Romantic era is bound to eternity, given the performances by American Ballet Theatre's Paloma Herrera and Giuseppe Picone in the leading roles seen on ...