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    Stevenson Hospitalized: Theatre Wing Chair Collapses After Tonys

    Isabelle Stevenson, chair of the American Theatre Wing, spent more than a week in intensive care after undergoing emergency surgery a few hours after the conclusion of the June 4 Tony Awards ceremony.

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    Seldes Wins Evans; Margulies Wins Kingsley

    The 2000 Madge Evans-Sidney Kingsley awards, named for the actress-author couple who established them, were presented Tues., June 27 to Marion Seldes and Donald Margulies.

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    Non-Union "Ape" At Selwyn Irks Labor

    The coalition of theatrical unions formed to coax the new 42nd Street theatres into collective bargaining now has a new focus of concern: The Wooster Group's mounting of Eugene O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape" at the Selwyn

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    Herman Receives Hammerstein Award

    Carol Channing presented composer Jerry Herman with the Oscar Hammerstein Award for "Hello, Dolly!," in celebration of that show's 27th anniversary. The award, given annually by the York Theatre Company, was presented at Saint Peter's Church at 619 Lexington Ave. on Mon., May 6. Leslie Uggams, Jane Connell ...

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    GODSPELL

    The flower-children musical Hair (1968) and its G-rated counterpart Godspell (1971) seem to be frequently revived these days, perhaps in reaction to the success of the more recent rock musical phenomenon Rent and its unavailability for licensing. With its amorphous mix of hippie lovefest, vaudevillian camp, and religious themes (adapting ...

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    BMI Workshop Seeks Future Harts, Rodgerses, Larsons

    The BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, a popular two-year residency program which brings together composers and lyricists to work under the guidance of experienced professionals, is accepting

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    LAUGHING MATTERS: Up From the Ashes

    When Catch a Rising Star closed a few weeks ago, some talented performers had to start from scratch and quickly race to find other venues. Rather than let the setback stop them, I'm happy to say some of these very funny and talented performers have landed on their feet ...

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    LONDON BY GEORGE

    The actress' lot was not a happy one when, by a royal decree issued in 1669, they were first allowed to perform onstage. Acting certainly wasn't respectable, and by and large was not profitable; these vulnerable women worked for short wages, were sexually exploited, and were often reviled as ...

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    NY NOTES : OUT OF TOWN - Rebel Redux

    Theatrical triumphs and judicial disappointments mark the beginning of the dog days in the Baked