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By Marianne F. Kaletzky, Contributing Writer

An axiom that proves particularly true in the performing arts is that no matter how hard we try, nothing can ever be as great as it was the first time around. There is just something about premieres—the anxiety, the atmosphere, the surprise—which is almost impossible to replicate.

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