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    PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

    Have you seen it? Everyone else has, in many cases more than once. One Of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Main Stem mainstays is here to stay. As long as its devoted following keeps coming back time and again, the chandelier will continue to fall.

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    INVENTION OF LOVE

    Tom Stoppard's highly anticipated drama based on the life of poet A.E. Housman. Starring Robert Sean Leonard and Richard Easton.

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    LATE NIGHT CATECHISM

    This interactive comedy has lasted three seasons thus far, and is still pleasing audiences in repertory with "Tony and Tina's Wedding."

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    LOVE'S LABOUR LOST

    Christopher Briggs directs the Woman's Shakeaspeare Company's all female production of the classic romance

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    UP AGAINST THE WIND

    The life and crimes of Tupac Shakur. Anthony Mackie stars.

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    NEWYORKERS

    This "muscial collage" explores the culture and sub-culture of the most eclectic city in the world. Featuring Priscilla Lopez and Stephen DeRosa.

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    IF IT WAS EASY...

    Stewart Lane and Ward Moorhouse collaborated on this musical about their collaboration on a musical. The allegory runs deep.

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    HEDDA GABLER AND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

    Ibsen and Wilde's classic plays in performance. John Basil and Nataniel Merchant direct.

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    STONES IN HIS POCKETS

    This parody of the misguided efforts of filmaking was tremendous hit on the West End, garnishing a few choice awards across the pond.

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    FOLLIES

    Hailed as the newest 'smart' musical to come to Broadway, Stephen Sondheim's 1971 adaptation of a James Goldman tale boasts an ensemble cast of Blythe Danner, Judith Ivey, Treat Williams and Gregory Harrison.