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For fans of musical theater, it’s well worth making the effort to catch two Broadway-bound personalities that can still be seen in more intimate settings—but only for the rest of this week. The first is Sutton Foster’s one-woman show/cabaret act, “An Evening with Sutton Foster,” which can be seen at the Upper East Side’s Café […]

I used to joke that I learned all the history I knew through opera. Enlightenment? Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro. The Time of Troubles, 17th-century Russia? Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov. You get the picture. I’m pretty sure that as of this week, after seeing Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, a 90-minute musical in a limited run at the […]

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