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    Hairspray

    What a blast! The only problem with "Hairspray" at the Neil Simon Theatre is the audience isn't invited to hoof it up with the cast after the curtain calls.

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    Oscars May Come to New York

    Could Oscar be coming to New York?

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    El Portal Theatre Cancels Season

    After claiming to lose more than $100,000 on his last show, 70, Girls, 70, producer Stan Haberman has canceled the final three shows in the subscription series at North Hollywood's 367-seat El Portal Theatre.

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    The Long Haul

    Jake Gyllenhaal may be today's "it" actor, but he's hoping his craft sustains him for years to come.

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    Fringe Fest Shows Art's Wild Side

    Producers of the New York International Fringe Festival have revealed a taste of wild things to come at the city's increasingly popular performance and theater arts event.

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    U.S. Prez Scholarships Open to H.S. Students

    An award of $800,000, $3 million in scholarship opportunities, and the chance to be a 2003 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts are available to high school artists through Arts Recognition and Talent Search® (ARTS).

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    Self-Promotion Key To Finding Fans in Fringe

    When you are just one of the 195 shows in the sixth annual New York International Fringe Festival, which opens Aug. 8 and runs for 16 days, it's imperative to find memorable ways to attract attention. After all, the bar for recognition is high, especially since a musical called ...

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    'Greenlight' Given for 2nd Contest

    Miramax, HBO and LivePlanet are launching a second Project Greenlight online screenwriting contest--with new rules.

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    Librarians in Love

    The creators of this one-act musical have chosen to retreat to the world of squaredom, an innocent America where the worst crime is an overdue library book.

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    6 Story Building

    In most New York City apartment buildings, surly superintendents and amorous neighbors are unavoidable annoyances; in Kevin Del Aguila's seven-part play, they are a source of hilarity.