updated 02/21/1983 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 02/21/1983 AT 01:00 AM EST
Strutting her stuff is old hat to a hoofer like Debbie Reynolds, who plans to do as much of it as possible during her Broadway stint as Woman of the Year. Following in the celebrated footsteps of Lauren Bacall and Raquel Welch in the title role, Reynolds, 50, asked that the show be re-choreographed to include more dancing. Debbie's last New York hit was nine years ago (Irene), and this time she has company. Daughter Carrie Fisher, 26, is working the boards just two blocks away in the hit drama Agnes of God.
The McEnroe maneuver
Stick out your tongue. Wrap your hands around your neck as if you're choking yourself. Now run toward the umpire and shout about his rulings. Then play three sets of aggressive tennis to end a personal seven-match losing streak to archrival Ivan Lendl. Now throw your racket in the air. Congratulations. You have just graduated from the John McEnroe school of tennis. Pick up your $54,000 check for winning the U.S. Pro Indoor Championships on the way out.