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FESTIVE SEASON IN VIENNA

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Culture vultures on their annual summer Eurotreks could do worse than book their return tickets to Austria, where two mega-festivals bookend the summer holidays. Both the Vienna Festival, running May…

WHERE’S WEISS?

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Although some were calling Rob Weiss’ debut film “Amongst Friends” the Jewish “Mean Streets,” the director has had a tough time finding a suitable follow-up to his saga of lifelong Long Island…

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FARLEY FIGHT

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The fortunes of “Saturday Night Live” continue to sag, but the success of Paramount’s “Tommy Boy” has turned Chris Farley into a veritable movie stud. The show wraps mid-May and Farley wants to do a…

HARPER’S BIZARRE

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Last week’s National Magazine Awards ceremony was not without some backstage controversy, especially in the coveted category of best design. Martha Stewart Living was given the award, but sources…

CRITICS’ TALLY

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“Having Our Say” opened April 6,1995, at the Booth Theater to 13 favorable reviews (Barnes, Post; Canby, Times; Citron, WOR-AM; Feingold, Village Voice; Kissel, Daily News; Klein, WNYW-TV; Kuchwara…

ZOLLO BETS ON BOOKIE

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Castle Rock partner Andrew Scheinman, who last year directed “Little Big League,” is being eyed to direct “Confessions of an Ivy League Bookmaker,” a book by Peter Alson that will be published by…

New Mass. troupe

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A new professional summer theater company, the Barrington Stage Company, has been established in the Berkshires by its founding artistic director, Julianne Boyd. Boyd was the a.d. of nearby…

On the ‘Water’ front

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Doesn’t the season just grow ever more topsy-turvy? It’s weird enough watching the migration of commercial playwrights to Off Broadway theaters. But who would ever have imagined the flip side, that…

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