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Eric Konigsberg

November 29, 1999 | Feature
The Fame of the the Dame

Can a rude, clueless, provincial Australian woman who's actually a man conquer Broadway and win a place in the American cultural pantheon? Barry Humphries's Dame Edna is on the verge.

November 15, 1999 | Feature
The Color Purple

So what if Selena Roberts gets carried away?

July 26, 1999 | Profile
There's Something About Geno

A legend among his character-actor friends at Marylou's and Elaine's for his impeccable style and his long romance with the wiseguy life, Geno Durante hasn't been seen much in the movies, but he's played one role to perfection: himself.

May 31, 1999 | Feature
Jimmy Nederlander's Endless Run

Disney and the rest of America have come to Broadway, but the patriarch of theater's last dynasty does business just the way he did when the city's hottest nightspots were Sardi's and the Stork.

April 19, 1999 | Feature
The Real Spree

The pride and intensity that made knicks star Latrell Sprewell great also caused him to lose control and attack his coach. Can he change? Should he?

December 14, 1998 | Feature
Big Man on Canvas

Painter John Alexander commands high prices and famous friends. But his social calendar may be costing him art-world respect.

February 9, 1998 | Feature
Washington's Sexual Awakening

In the capital, rules about sex are made to be broken.

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