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Book Review: Bob Avian’s Engrossing Inside Look At Broadway “Dancing Man “

The paradigm of theater as a co-creative art is repeatedly depicted in Bob Avian’s autobiography Dancing Man, an engrossing account of the creation of theater seen from the inside in an illuminating tale told with the fair clear-eyed vision of someone who loves the art and the artists but who rejects wearing rose-colored glasses.

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Maltz’s A Chorus Line Is Flawless Fresh Take On Classic Musical

The surprising strength of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s production of A Chorus Line is how it delivers everything that your memory recalls fondly of past productions but infuses it with a welcome freshness that makes you glad you ventured to see it again.

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