March shows every intention of being more lion than lamb in the New York theater, as a roaring host of new productions churn up tensions between haves and have-nots, smothering mothers and oppressed children, Yanks and Britons. Adding fuel to the wide range of conflicts: a set of rivalrous blue-collar workers, a resentful stoker on an ocean liner and, oh yes, one very angry barber.
SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET You may have been at this cannibal’s banquet before. But hav
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