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the stage

the fine arts


Godspell. If you didn't like Jesus Christ Superstar, here's a more tasteful version of the Gospels, if no more edifying. WILBUR THEATER, eves at 7:30. Wed. and Sat. mats at 2.

Hatful of Rain. A struggling performance of Michael Gazzo's once-pioneering 1957 play about drug-addiction and lower-middle-class family 'relationships. BOSTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Sat. eve at 8.

The Proposition. The irrepressible improvisational satirical revue; catch it on a good night and you'll be entertained. 241 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Wed., Thurs., Fri. eves at 8, Wed., Sat. 8, 10.

The Romantics. The Edmund Rostand play on which The Fantasticks was based. Icky. BOSTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Fri. eves at 8:08.

Winnie the Pooh. A rock musical by the Harvard Yard Summer Players. LEHMAN HALL. July 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 eves at 7. Children $1, Adults $1.50.

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