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Paul Taylor Archives Online; Allen Goes to Rome

Woodyallen • An archive of choreographer Paul Taylor’s material has gone public. According to The New York Times, a grant has made it possible to put decades of records, papers and artifacts on online.

• After the success of his last movie “Midnight in Paris,” Woody Allen has decided to continue filming movies oversees. His newest flick, “Bop Decameron,” began filming in Rome on Monday. According to The Los Angeles Times, one of the reasons Allen chose to film in Rome is the 25 percent film tax credit.

• Broadway in Bryan Park is up and going, and this Thursday’s performances will feature “Catch Me If You Can,” “Chicago,” “Million Dollar Quartet” and “Newsical.” The free weekly Broadway concert series takes place on the Bryant Park Stage from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Read the story at Playbill.

• Lincoln Center has released an iPhone app that allows users to browse schedules, buy tickets directly and find restrooms, according to The New York Times.

• Writers on the upcoming NBC series “Smash” will do research next week at a workshop for the December revival of “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever,” starring Harry Connick, Jr. The new television show about making a Broadway musical will have about four episodes that explore the workshop process. Read the story at  The New York times.

Pictured: Woody Allen (Photo: Getty Images)

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