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Get Ready for the Masterwork No One Has Seen

When the Cuban-American director and playwright María Irene Fornés died last fall, the New York Times obituary referred to her as “an underrecognized genius.” Now, what is perhaps her finest work, “Fefu and Her Friends,” can be seen at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center. Revolutionary in its form and daring in …

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‘Tootsie’ to Pack Up Her Wig on Broadway

“Tootsie,” the Broadway musical adaptation of the 1982 movie of the same name, will close in January, the production announced on Monday. Despite having earned critical approval and two Tony Awards, the show, which played only six months on Broadway, is unlikely to recoup its investment costs. Like the movie, …

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When Home Is a Big Broadway Stage

Want to hang out at Kristin’s or Ian’s place? Come on, it’ll be fun. We’ll kick back, gossip about famous friends, join in singalongs and — if we’re lucky — take a gander at prized possessions from their collections of memorabilia: Glinda’s magic wand, perhaps, from the musical “Wicked,” or …

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