Theatre: Revivals

The Count of Luxembourg is Franz Lehar's famed operetta about an impoverished resident of the Latin Quarter who gets paid to marry an unknown beauty and then, obviously, falls in love with her. Milton Aborn's revival company intones several splendid tunes you will recognize if you are old enough: "Love Breaks Every Bond," "Are You Going to Dance?" "I'm in Love."

R. U. R. In 1922 the Theatre Guild first presented this awesome melodrama concerning Rossum's Universal Robots, mechanical men who, when imbued with something approximating souls, hated their creators, destroyed the...

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