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After “Cats” set the record Thursday for Broadway’s longest-running musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber performed “Cat Morgan Takes a Stand,” a song written for, but never used in, the show. Along with members of the cast, producer Cameron Mackintosh associate director-choreographer Gillian Lynne, director Trevor Nunn and sound designer Martin Levan helped celebrate the record.

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