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    Rodgers Awards Honor New Musicals

    The late composer Richard Rodgers is remembered for changing the Broadway musical in many ways.

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    Rep This!

    This in-depth discussion with union leaders, activists, and players on both sides of the negotiating table will spell out how actors can get involved in making a more perfect union at a time when labor issues are hot, and likely to get hotter this summer.

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    The Independent Spirit Awards, given by the

    The Independent Spirit Awards, given by the Independent Feature Project/West, will be held Mar. 24 in Santa Monica and aired on the Independent Film Channel and Bravo. The nominees are:

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    Law & Order

    When David E. Kelley's Boston-set legal drama The Practice goes tabloid or gets soapy-silly, as it occasionally does amid its earnest, grey-toned legal milieu, it is the show's marvelous, complementary ensemble cast that keeps it real.

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    Battle Continues Over Stratford Shakespeare Theatre

    The most recent attempt to turn Stratford, Conn., into a shrine to William Shakespeare on the order of the Stratford in Ontario, Canada, or Stratford-upon-Avon in England, has collapsed. The effort to establish the Stratford Shakespeare Festival Theatre in the town midway between Fairfield and New Haven lasted some 10 ...

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    Ally McBeal

    To think that a couple of pompous, bickering shrinks, their down-to-earth dad, and his live-in care provider could remain the funniest characters on TV for... seven years, is it? Operating on the premise that there is nothing funnier than a couple of foppish aesthetes bumbling through their lives, the plots ...

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    Blackburn Winner Named

    British playwright Charlotte Jones was awarded the $10,000 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize at a ceremony in London's Arts Club on Sun., Feb. 5. The honor is given annually to women deserving of recognition for plays written expressly for the English-speaking theatre.

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    Brian Cox

    Death of a Salesman

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    DEVELOPING DEVELOPMENT

    No one knows precisely how many not-for-profit theatre companies are in New York City or the tri-state region as a whole.

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    Frasier

    Though Friends may not be the new kid on the block, this well-written Thursday night sitcom remains "Must See TV" thanks, in great part, to the talented ensemble that includes Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer. Together, these now-thirty-something actors know exactly how ...