Natalia Nogulich
Natalia Nogulich
Natalia Nogulich is an American actress. Nogulich was born Natalija Nogulich in Chicago, Illinois, of Serbian descent. Her best-known appearances have been on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Vice Admiral/Fleet Admiral Alynna Nechayev. She was originally set to play X in The X-Files but was replaced by Steven Williams (footage of her in this role can be found on the Season 2 DVD).
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Review/Theater; Whodunit With Secrets For Audience to Keep
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: In Rupert Holmes's last Broadway whodunit, ''The Mystery of Edwin Drood,'' the audience was invited to vote on the murderer at the end of the second act. In ''Accomplice,'' Mr. Holmes's new whodunit at the Richard Rodgers Theater, the audience should be allowed to vote on the beginning, middle and end of the second act. In Rupert Holmes's
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THEATER; Remembering the Maestro of Broadway
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: When the newly named Richard Rodgers Theater on West 46th Street opens Thursday night with ''Accomplice'' (see box at right) a permanent exhibition in the theater lobby, the Richard Rodgers Gallery, will also be inaugurated. It includes 60 vintage photographs and reproductions of scores by the composer of more than 40 Broadway musicals. When
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NO DOG DAYS FOR THE ARTS AT KENNEDY CENTER
NYTimes - over 31 years
''It's like an artist colony, so many things are going on at the same time - it makes it a great place to work,'' said Jeff Perry, looking about at the number of fellow actors who had slipped in to watch the matinee peformance of the Wisdom Bridge Theatre production of ''Kabuki Medea.'' It was intermission time at the Kennedy Center's Terrace
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THEATER: 'CLIFFHANGER' BY JAMES YAFFE
NYTimes - about 32 years
Cliffhanger,'' James Yaffe's new play at the Lamb's Theater, would appear to have the necessary ingredients for a thriller. It takes place in a lonely house in the Rockies. The hero is an idealistic, elderly professor of philosophy pushed past the point of ethical behavior. The central subject is academic rivalry. But the mystery is cozy when it
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