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    Coward Centenary Jams Calendar: New York, London Events Include Revivals, Movies, Gala Concert

    "Wit is like caviar," the Master himself once said. "It should be served in small portions and not spread about like

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    Republican Hoekstra Investigates NEA

    The Republican chairman of the House of Representatives' oversight subcommittee is conducting an extensive investigation of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The inquiry is apparently a part of the Republicans' multi-pronged attempt to scrap the agency, which the House's conservative leadership has marked for elimination at the ...

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    Dave Attell Shelled Nut

    Dave Attell is like an all-star athlete who plays for a small-market sports team; think Michael Finley of the Dallas Mavericks or Jason Giambi of the Oakland A's. Attell is that guy: a highlight reel not seen by nearly enough people. That's where the comparisons to multimillion-dollar athletes ...

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    "KATE'S VERY OWN INDUSTRY SHOWCASE"

    Katherine Hughes (dir.) is accepting submissions for Kate's Very Own Industry Showcase. Rehearsals start Mar. 3. Performances run May 3-31 at the Next Stage. There is no pay.

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    JASON AND MEDEA

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    SAG, AFTRA Rally on Ad Strike Authorization

    Strike authorization ballots will be going out Mar. 7 to more than 120,000 SAG and AFTRA members who will be asked to give their negotiating team the authority to call a strike against the advertising industry if ongoing talks for a new commercials contract fail to produce a satisfactory

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    CRITIC'S PICKS

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    NYC Celebrates Theatre, Honors Tonys

    Festivities for the 10th Annual New York City Salute to the Theatre include a party at Gracie Mansion and the annual Stars in the Alley concert in Shubert

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    BITS PARTS: Popular London "Drive"

    Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning "How I Learned to Drive"--parked at London's Donmar Warehouse--received an accelerating review this past week from The

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    Shubert Raises "Rent," May Leave "Klein" Homeless

    It seems that no matter where "Rent" travels, it stirs up a fight. A recent announcement that the Tony Award-winning musical would begin an open run at Boston's Shubert Theatre this fall could derail the touring schedule of the Off-Broadway Uta Hagen vehicle, "Mrs.