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    Irving Berlin's White Christmas

    Evergreen Berlin tunes and reliable Randy Skinner choreography are the brightest ornaments, but not everything on this holiday tree is worth celebrating.

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    Fela!

    Director-choreographer Bill T. Jones has improved this dynamic political musical for a transfer to the Main Stem. But will it survive on star-driven Broadway?

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    In the Next Room or the vibrator play

    Sarah Ruhl's odd but somehow moving new play combines farce and drama for a challenging examination of women's sexuality in the repressive Victorian era.

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    Ragtime

    In a season full of star vehicles, the revival of "Ragtime" rides onto Broadway with nary a box-office name and steamrollers its way to the top of the heap.

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    Finian's Rainbow

    "Finian's Rainbow" is a magical production that should enchant both lovers of the Golden Age musical and those who favor more-contemporary fare.

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    Brighton Beach Memoirs

    Director David Cromer seems to have an affinity for classic Americana. Here he is giving us a sparkling account of "Brighton Beach Memoirs," Neil Simon's autobiographical tale.

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    After Miss Julie

    After Roundabout's recent "Bye Bye Birdie" debacle, it's heartening to be able to report that the company has bounced back with a gripping production.

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    Memphis

    Powerhouse singing and dancing and a star-making performance by Chad Kimball elevate "Memphis" beyond its simplistic book.

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    Bye Bye Birdie

    Roundabout Theatre Company's misbegotten revival of this classic piece of Broadway Americana is dead on arrival at the new Henry Miller's Theatre.

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    Oleanna

    Douglas Hughes reconsiders David Mamet's explosive two-hander about sexual harassment, and with powerhouse performances from Julia Stiles and Bill Pullman, it's more than just a one-sided battle.