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    Margaret Preece: Isn't It Romantic?

    Margaret Preece took a night off from her assignment as the Mother Abbess in the current London production ofThe Sound of Musicto sing Richard Rodgers songs.

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    The Milliner

    The post-Holocaust literature keeps rolling along, the theme an endless source of inspiration and repetition.

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    Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind

    The New York Neo-Futurists come just in time for the holidays:Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blindis a gift for all who love the theatre.

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    Bye, Bye Big Guy

    Musical comedy construction can't get more ramshackle thanBye, Bye Big Guy, which uses a memorial service for Rumpelstiltskin as a jumping-off point to spoof all things showbiz.

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    Rosebud: The Lives of Orson Welles

    Just as the playwright never provides a firm context for this 90-minute reminiscence, he omits details and allows his subject to shift from subject to subject at will.

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    Of Thee I Sing (In Concert)

    His moustache may be dark, not white, and his eyes may be deliriously loony, not dark pools.

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    The Blue Martini

    The Blue Martini, a new play by Michael Ferrell, is a rare concoction: a work about 20-something relationships that sips more than it swills, with a wit and charm that leave you with a nice buzz for hours afterward.

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    Odchodzi (Passing Away)

    Hauntingly ethereal, this wordless play brings playwright-poet Tadeusz Rozewicz's book of reflections on his mother's death to the stage with heart-stirring theatricality.

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    Rita Moreno

    As Rita Moreno worked with delightful diligence through her Café Carlyle act, I realized she was doing something you don't see much anymore.