Famed Australian entertainer Dame Edna Everage is back on Broadway alongside American song stylist Michael Feinstein in All About Me, a variety show whose sequin-heavy style and big-band sound recall the extravaganzas of the 1960s. Joan Marcus hide caption

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On Highway Rider, Brad Mehldau (pictured) and producer Jon Brion reunite for the first time since 2002's Largo. August Quirk hide caption

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But Does It Change Everything? In Love Never Dies, Paris Opera star Christine Daae (Sierra Boggess) accepts an invitation from an anonymous impresario to perform at Coney Island. She soon discovers that her mysterious new patron is her onetime mentor and lover, the former Phantom of the Opera (Ramin Karimloo). Catherine Ashmore hide caption

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Boris Berman, a Yale School of Music professor, pianist and Prokofiev specialist, presents a concert of rarities by the Soviet composer. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Oh, Henrik: In the new Broadway revival of A Little Night Music, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka and Ramona Mallory play Henrik and Anne — two roles that mean a little more than most in Mallory's household. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Dr. Givings (Michael Cerveris, center) regularly treats female patients like Mrs. Daldry (Maria Dizzia) for "hysteria" by inducing a "paroxysm" — what we would call an orgasm nowadays. Once accomplished by hand, the job has been made easier at the outset of Sarah Ruhl's comedy In The Next Room by the invention of the electromechanical vibrator. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Johnny Mercer's hometown of Savannah, Ga., dedicated a monument to him on what would have been his 100th birthday. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library hide caption

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Solo-performance pioneer Anna Deavere Smith set the standard for documentary theater in the 1990s; she's reached broader audiences with roles on TV's The West Wing and Nurse Jackie, and in films including Rachel Getting Married. Mary Ellen Mark hide caption

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