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Stage Door: An American In Paris

Is there anything more glorious than a Gershwin score? The revamped An American in Paris, the Broadway musical at the Palace, is sui generis. There is no other musical on The Great White Way to equal it. The dance-driven production, ending with a stunning, 14-minute ballet that closes the show, is a triumph. One big reason: It's not the 1951 movie musical. The book has been reshaped.
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