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    Back Stage to Receive Award

    Back Stage will receive a corporate award from Inside Broadway, a 20-year-old program that brings theatre and music to young New Yorkers in the five boroughs. The annual awards are given to individuals and organizations that are supportive of arts in education in the New York City public school system.

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    Swimming with Watermelons

    Presented by Music-Theatre Group and the Vineyard Theatre at the Vineyard, 108 E. 15 St., NYC, April 11-21.

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    Stage Spot

    We all hope a performance will make our hearts race but, admittedly, it's not all that common. If you catch R. Christofer Sands' performance at Celebration Theatre in Pinafore! (which, going into its umpteenth extension, could well become the "now and forever" show of Los Angeles), it's practically ...

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    LOBBY HERO

    Between playwright Kenneth Lonergan and director Olivia Honegger, a little bit of legerdemain has been perpetrated. The result is a theatrical gem. Lonergan has written that most unusual of pieces: a story about a grisly, violent murder surrounded by an edgy, witty comedy, a slice of life spread with humor ...

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    Monster

    Presented by and at the Classic Stage Company, 136 E. 13 St., NYC, Jan. 27-Feb. 17.

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    SWING!

    The Duke Ellington classic that opens this musical says it all: It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing. And as its title suggests, this Broadway hit certainly packs plenty of swing—not to mention an abundance of jump, jive, and bluesy rhythm. Conceived by ...

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    Summer of '42

    Presented by Mitchell Maxwell & Victoria Maxwell, Robert Eckert, James L. Simon, Michael A. Jenkins, Kumiko Yoshii in association with Richard Bernstein and Sibling Entertainment, Inc. at the Variety Arts Theatre, 100 Third Ave., NYC. Opened Dec. 18 for an open run.

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    Homebody/Kabul

    Presented by and at New York Theatre Workshop, 79 E. Fourth St., NYC., Dec. 19-March 3.

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    The Streets of New York

    Presented by and at The Irish Repertory Theatre, 132 W. 22 St., NYC, Nov. 18-Jan. 20.

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    WRONG FOR EACH OTHER

    Anyone who has never cringed through an evening with a couple who shouldn't even be in the same species, let alone the same peer group, might find something intriguing or novel in this aptly named comedy by Norm Foster. But everyone who has had that experience, or has seen ...