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    REVIEWS

    WRONG MOUNTAIN

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    Andrews, Bedford, Finally Famous

    The 1996 class of the Theater Hall of Fame, recently announced by the Hall's board of directors and the American Theater Critics Association, includes actresses Julie Andrews ("My Fair Lady," "Camelot") and Eileen Atkins ("The Killing of Sister George," "A Room of One's Own"), actors Brian Bedford ("Two ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    The holiday season brings its usual, well-received theatrical gifts to an eager community of spiritful moms and dads and wide-eyed

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    Bit Parts : Astaire Award Winners

    The Theatre Development Fund (TDF) has announced the winners of the 17th Annual TDF Astaire Awards for Excellence in Dance on Broadway. Awards presentations will be made at a benefit luncheon on Thurs., May 21, at 12 noon, at the Hudson Theatre (Millennium Broadway Hotel, 145 W. 44

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR : Titus Welliver Street Smart

    If Titus Welliver seems convincing as police officer Jack Lowrey on the Steven Bochco-produced CBS series Brooklyn South, it's not due only to his street-tough looks and demeanor. Welliver has done his

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    Openings

    FRIDAY, NOV.

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    Regional Roundup

    Bully for

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    SCOTLAND ROAD

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    LOOT

    Among the iconoclastic works of Britain's bad boy playwright Joe Orton (1933-67), the gleefully amoral farce Loot is etched in a particularly dark hue. Religious hypocrisy, legal corruption, murder, blackmail, disrespect for the recently deceased, and rampant promiscuity are among the human vices that are second nature to Orton ...

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    "LA GRANJA"

    Alex Mebane (dir.) is accepting submissions for La Granja, a TV show. Three-month shoot starts Mar. 19. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay.