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    Bill Bailey: Bewilderness

    Bill Bailey is, by all accounts, a comedic wildman. Renowned throughout the U.K. for his unique brand of comedy, he was honored last year with the prestigious British Comedy Award for Best Live Stand-Up. The Times of London describes Bill Bailey's music/comedy fusion best, noting "there are two personas on stage, Bill Bailey, heavy rocker and William Bailey, esq., aesthete and amateur metaphysician — they weave in and out with flawless grace." In addition to the enormous following he has amassed through many appearances at The Edinburgh Festival and The Glastonbury Festival, Bill has made a successful foray into television ("Is It Bill Bailey?"/BBC2) and film (Saving Grace with Brenda Blethyn) as well. Bill Bailey is also the star of the upcoming Comedy Central television show, "Black Books".

    Dates:  Feb. 27, 2002 - April 4, 2002
    Schedule:  Tues.-Sat. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Westbeth Theater Center, 151 Bank St. (near 11th St. and Hudson)
    Price:  $30-$35
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    Tickets/info:  (212) 307-4100

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