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In any regular year, Broadway operates in waves. The first comes in the fall when a host of new shows open just before the influx of Christmastime tourists. The second arrives in the spring, as plays and musicals clamor for Tony Awards consideration. That being said: There's truly never a bad time to see some great theater. But what to see?
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This gleefully profane musical comedy about a pair of Mormon missionaries seeking converts in Uganda is not for the prim. There are no stars in this big-hearted musical about the generosity that greeted a group of airline passengers stranded in Newfoundland in the days after the Sept. A feel-good show based on a true story, it taps into a nostalgia for that not-so-distant time when this country and much of the rest of the world got along. This production, which won the Tony Award for best musical, stars an actual adolescent as its troubled teenage Evan: Andrew Barth Feldman , a high school student making his Broadway debut in the role of a lonely misfit who lies his way into the hearts of a grieving family, and becomes a social-media star. Slim odds, but people win them every day. No homework is required, however, to enjoy this exuberant concert , one of the most joyous and sleekly designed shows of the year. With sharp, chic choreography by Annie-B Parson, an endearingly playful, gently political Byrne leads a person band in a musical musing on the connections between us.