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 Donny Osmond: Joan Collins Pawed My Bod
If you can believe the National Enquirer, Donny Osmond is claiming that "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" co-star Joan Collins made a play for him while filming the recently released video version of Osmond's popular stage show. Osmond reportedly told reporters recently that Collins "Pawed his bod" during rehersals for the film.

 Mormon Play 'Two-Headed' To Open Off Broadway In New York
Women's Project &Productions (WPP), the workplace for women in American theatre (Julia Miles, Artistic Director), closes its 1999-2000 season with the New York City premiere of TWO-HEADED by Utah playwright JULIE JENSEN, directed by JOAN VAIL THORNE (The Exact Center of the Universe), starring LIZBETH MACKAY and DEIRDRE O'CONNELL. Performances begin Wednesday, May 3rd at 8 pm, Opening Thursday, May 11th at 8 pm at Women's Project Theatre (424 West 55th Street).

  LA Times Says Hinckley's Book Lacks Depth
The Times' Frammolino says that President Hinckley's book "Standing for Something" doesn't have enough depth to support his moral arguments. In a review of the book published in Saturday's Times, Frammolino says that the book, "ultimately rings hollow because the book lacks philosophical heft; it fails to engage in meaningful introspection and disclosure."

  LDS Literary Magazine Hopes For Long Life
The LDS literary magazine Irreantum has survived for about a year now, which scholars and writers might consider a novelty given the rate at which literary magazines fail. However, its founders hope that it will be published for many years more. Co-managing editors Benson Parkinson and Chris Bigelow hope that Irreantum will buck the trend among literary magazines. "We're still small," says Parkinson, "but what buzz we hear has been good."

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