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Review: ‘Carmen’

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Sung as grand opera or hip-hop, set in the Balkans, South Africa or the American South, re-envisioned by Jean-Luc Godard. Matthew Bourne or Peter Brook, Georges Bizet's "Carmen" lives a theatrical…

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Review: ‘I Pagliacci’

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When Franco Zeffirelli handed off his production of "I Pagliacci" to the Los Angeles Opera in fall 1996, complaints at being shortchanged were partially met by the glamour of Placido Domingo in the…

Thesps sign on for Alliance

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A gaggle of Broadway thesps has signed on to perform in the National Alliance for Musical Theater's 17th annual Festival of New Musicals, a two-day tuner marketplace for industry invitees only Sept…

Plump ‘Pillow’ pays off

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Martin McDonagh's creepy play "The Pillowman" isn't just dark, it's black. In the black, that is: Producers announced that the show recouped its $2.2 million investment during the week of Aug. 15-21…

Holiday pinches Broadway

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How bad was the post-Labor Day plunge? Biz wasn't good, but Broadway has seen worse B.O. in recent Septembers. Box office fell 36% after Labor Day 2002 and 30% in 2003. Last week, the damage came to…

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