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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Douglas Mcgrath
Carole King has apparently never seen the musical of her life that has now reached Broadway. She walked out of an early reading at intermission, finding it too tough to take. Anyone not named Carole King may toy with the same idea, but for a different reason: It's just insipid.
NEW YORK (AP) — The chance to work on Broadway with Woody Allen, Zach Braff and Susan Stroman were strong lures, but being able to cradle a dog onstage for the first time may have been the clincher for Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba.
A musical based on the woman behind such pop standards as "It's Too Late," "You've Got a Friend" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" hopes to make it to Broadway.
A Broadway-bound musical adapted from Woody Allen's 1994 crime caper "Bullets Over Broadway" has a leader _ Susan Stroman.