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    BISTRO BITS - So Much Wonderfulness

    THE GLOW ON THE NEW YORK CABARET SCENE seems to be especially bright these days. At Danny's Skylight Room, Barbara Lea returns with her splendid tribute to lyricist E. Y. Harburg (Thurs., March 20, 9:15 pm; Fridays, March 28 and April 4, 7 pm, and Sat., April 5 ...

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    BODY AND SOUL: Meditation, Massage, Acupuncture, Etc.

    People rely on a wide range of disciplines and practices--from yoga to massage to T'ai Chi to meditation--for maintenance of their physical and mental well-being. Nine performers were kind enough to share with us their methods for keeping themselves in tip-top

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    "VICTOR/VICTORIA"

    The American Musical Theatre will hold non-Equity and Equity auditions for Victor/Victoria, a Broadway musical. Dir. Seth Reines. Rehearsals start Apr. 9. Performances run May 17-June 3. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    Horizons Takes The "Plunge"

    Off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons will open its new season with Christopher Kyle's "Plunge." The play, to be directed by Ron Lagomarsino, examines the lives of four college friends and one unexpected house guest during a weekend in the country. Kyle previously penned "The Monogomist," which played at the theatre ...

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    Face to Face: Actor Cotter Smith Resurrecting "The Dying Gaul"

    "As painful as it was to be sitting in the audience opening night, it was important for me to be there. I was a member of the team. And for me to say, 'I'm hurt. So I'm out'‹that's just

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    ACTORS' DIALOGUE: Henry Winkler & John Ritter

    Henry Winkler and John Ritter are more than just television icons from the 1970s. They are sitcom survivors who have succeeded in staying in the game. They are also, perhaps not coincidentally, very good friends, having met while both were stars of two of ABC's top-rated series-Winkler on Happy ...

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    THE CRAFT: A Singer Prepares - The skills and techniques that support successful actors are very similar to those that make great singers.

    In a recent article naming the top 10 actors in the Bay Area, The San Francisco Chronicle's theatre critic Steve Winn included Val Diamond, who's been the star of the popular musical revue Beach Blanket Babylon for the past 20 years. Diamond is commonly thought of as a ...