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By Bob Dole
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Topic - Paul Libin
Theodore Mann, a Tony Award-winning director and producer who championed Eugene O'Neill and was a driving force behind Circle in the Square Theatre and its school, has died. He was 87.
Theater producers in New York decided not to mess with Hurricane Irene's drama and canceled weekend shows both on and off-Broadway.
The East Coast blizzard hasn't left Broadway stuck.
Paul Libin, president of Circle in the Square Theatre and former chairman of The Broadway League, said Mann died Friday in New York of complications from pneumonia.
He adds that cancellations may mean hard-to-get seats may be available.