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Running just under three hours rather than the four of the last Broadway revival, it's clear that helmer Anthony Page isn't underlining the first word of the title of "Long Day's Journey into Night."
The touring "American Idiot" kicks ass in every sense.
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With perfect timing Doris Day has released her first album in 17 years just as U.K. theater the Mill at Sonning prepares to takes its bio-drama about the '50s icon to El Portal Theater in Los Angeles…
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