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'Gobsmacked!' at the Broadway Playhouse? Hardly

At one point in “Gobsmacked!,” the godawful small affair that has landed for the week at the Broadway Playhouse, you hear the unmistakable opening strains of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars.” No one plunks the keys of a piano: every sound in “Gobsmacked!” is created live by the human voice. This is...
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