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    2001 SEASON

    The Western Stage will hold auditions for its 2001 Season. Season to include: On The Town, City of Angels, The Royal Family, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Prides Crossing, Honk!, Tortilla Flat, The Skin of Our Teeth. Season runs June-Nov. There is pay.

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    Stars in the Alley To Be All-Inclusive

    This year's Stars in the Alley concert will feature more stars than ever and a very crowded alley. In contrast to previous concerts, which have featured numbers from Tony-nominated musicals only, this year's event--to take place in Shubert Alley on Wed., May 29--will include performances from every Broadway ...

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    Pregones Theatre Marks 20th with Managing Director

    Pregones Theater, a touring Puerto Rican performing company, is coming up on its 20th anniversary season with sights set on the

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    Michael Feinstein to Perform Outdoor Concert at Lincoln Center

    Michael Feinstein will perform a free outdoor concert devoted to the Gershwins on Sept. 24 at Lincoln Center. For further information, please call (212)

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    THE CRAFT: Chemistry Lessons - It's no big scientific puzzle why some actors generate sparks with each other.

    What do critics mean when they say two stars have "chemistry"? Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan have it. So did Bogie and Bacall. Redford and Newman. Others apparently flunk Chem 1A, or so the critics would have us

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    The Magic Fire

    a play in three acts by Lillian Garrett-GroagIn her new autobiographical memory play, Lillian Garrett-Groag reconjures the Argentina of her childhood in the early 1950s, where Europeans who fled the war at home in previous decades ended up staying and striving to keep alive a semblance of European culture--along with ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    New England's Grand

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    ON LOCATION: Once in a "Blue Moon"

    Fade In: Downstairs at Arno's, the wrap party for John Gallagher's "Blue Moon" looks like a family wedding reception. Among the cast and crew (plus assorted wives, husbands, children, and sweethearts) enjoying themselves are co-star Brian Vincent and supporting players Vincent Pastore, Victor Argo, and Sam Coppola. Each ...

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    Bill Hillman