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Designations: (P) play, (M) musical, (So) solo shows, (MB) multiple bill, (R) Revival, (Rev) revue, (Sp) special. Figures in parentheses refer to start of previews.

Belle Epoque (P) Mitzi Newhouse 11/21/04.

Blue Man Group: Tubes (Sp) Astor Place 11/17/91.

Bridge & Tunnel (P-So) 45 Bleecker 2/19.

Bug (P) Barrow Street 2/29/04.

Cam Jansen (M) Lamb’s Theater 11/12/04.

Cookin’ (Sp) Minetta Lane 3/7/04.

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (P-R) Second Stage 11/10/04.

Death and the Ploughman (P-R) Classic Stage Company 11/10/04.

De La Guarda: Villa Villa (Sp) Daryl Roth 6/15/98.

EVE-olution (P) Cherry Lane 10/20/04.

Five by Tenn (P) MTC 11/11/04.

Forbidden Broadway (M-Rev) Douglas Fairbanks 3/20/02.

The Foreigner (P-R) Laura Pels/Roundabout 11/7/04.

The God of Hell (P) Actors Studio Drama School Theater 11/17/04.

Guantanamo: ‘Honor Bound to Defend Freedom’ (P) 45 Bleecker 8/26/04.

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (M) Westside 8/1/96.

The Immigrant (P) Dodger Stages Stage 4 11/04/04.

Jewtopia (P) Westside 10/21/04.

Menopause! The Musical (M) Playhouse 91 4/4/02.

Newsical (M) Upstairs at Studio 54 10/7/04.

9 Parts of Desire (P) Manhattan Ensemble 10/9/04.

Perfect Crime (P) Duffy 4/18/87.

People Are Wrong (M) Vineyard 11/4/04.

Picon Pie (P) DR2 7/15/04.

Sailor’s Song (P) Public/Shiva Theater 11/7/04.

A Second-Hand Memory (P) Atlantic 11/22/04.

Sin: A Cardinal Deposed (P) Harold Clurman Theater 10/26/04.

Slava’s Snowshow (Sp) Union Square 9/8/04.

Souvenir (P) Theater at St. Peter’s 11/19/04.

Stomp (Sp) Orpheum 2/27/94.

Svejk (P-R) Duke on 42nd Street 11/14/04.

Symphonie Fantastique (Sp) Dodger Stages 9/16/04.

Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding (Sp) St. Luke’s Church 2/6/88.

Trying (P) Promenade 10/13/04.

White Chocolate (P) Century Center for the Performing Arts 10/7/04.


Doubt (P) City Center Stage I (Manhattan Theater Club) (11/3/04) 11/23/04.

Rodney’s Wife (P) Playwrights Horizons (11/12/04) 12/1/04.

Falling Off Broadway (P) Playwrights Horizons/Peter Jay Sharp Theater (11/26/04) 12/5/04.

Modern Orthodox (P) Dodger Stages Stage 3 (11/11/04) 12/6/04.

Lone Star Love (M) John Houseman (11/21/04) 12/8/04.

The Baltimore Waltz (P) Signature Theater (11/16/04) 12/5/04.

A Number (P) New York Theater Workshop (11/16/04) 12/7/04.

Under the Bridge (M) Zipper (12/1/04) 1/6/05.

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