Broadway classic invades Fox Theatre
by Bobby Tedder
02:26 PM, Thursday, October 23
Crafting and executing a new take on one of the preeminent musicals in Broadway history is every bit as daunting as it sounds — but just as rewarding. At least that is what the insiders are saying about Really Useful Group’s production of Andrew L...

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