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TEENS TAKE OVER BROADWAY

Theater Ink by John Rowell

And I’m not talking about young cast members of Matilda or Les Misérables here, I’m talking about an initiative by the great Circle in the Square Theatre School to celebrate, encourage and build the performing arts community in New York City public high schools.

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