Paul Harris

D.C. likes 'Dance'

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"Nijinsky's Last Dance," a new solo drama mounted here last fall by the Signature Theater, was the top winner at the Helen Hayes Awards, the D.C. area theater community's annual celebration of…

JFK skeds for 2000

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The John F. Kennedy Center will celebrate the millennium with a 16-month schedule of premieres and special events in virtually all aspects of the performing arts, its top brass said here this week.

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Kennedy Center honors 6

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Multifaceted actor-comedian Bill Cosby, singer Willie Nelson, conductor Andre Previn, film star-ambassador Shirley Temple Black and the Broadway composer/lyricist team of John Kander and Fred Ebb…

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Review: 'Ragtime'

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The enormous scope and grandeur of "Ragtime" is vividly displayed in the musical's new touring production, imperceptibly scaled back from the Broadway and Los Angeles versions. It's as finely tuned…

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Review: 'Kudzu'

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Musical numbers: "Way Down Yonder," "Why Pass Bypass By?," "Fatherless," "Mine," "Story Song," "The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways," "Live at Lunch," "I Play It by Ear," "Duet for One," "Jesus Was Not…

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Review: 'Never the Sinner'

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The 1924 Chicago murder trial of Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold Jr. is brought vividly to life in a classy revival of 1985's "Never the Sinner" by two Washington, D.C.-area theaters, Arlington…

Review: 'Chicago'

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The touring version of "Chicago" is fighting trim, full of vitality and ready to tear up the road. An excellent cast, marked by a substitution for an injured headliner, delivers full justice to the…

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