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December 7, 1989 | NANCY CHURNIN
For Sergei Alexandrovich Pavlov, who clowns his way through the Soviet Acrobatic Revue, comedy is no laughing matter. Pavlov, 31, has never heard of Woody Allen. And yet, the red-haired, freckle-faced clown, who dreams of writing, directing and starring in his own movies, looks and talks like a Soviet version of--who else?--Woody Allen. Pavlov is the single clown in the Soviet Acrobatic Revue, which makes its American debut Tuesday at the Old Globe Theatre, with performances through Dec. 17.
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December 7, 1989 | NANCY CHURNIN
For Sergei Alexandrovich Pavlov, who clowns his way through the Soviet Acrobatic Revue, comedy is no laughing matter. Pavlov, 31, has never heard of Woody Allen. And yet, the red-haired, freckle-faced clown, who dreams of writing, directing and starring in his own movies, looks and talks like a Soviet version of--who else?--Woody Allen. Pavlov is the single clown in the Soviet Acrobatic Revue, which makes its American debut Tuesday at the Old Globe Theatre, with performances through Dec. 17.
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