The headline of this piece may have New York readers racking their brains for show tunes, but anyone out there who's theatrically inclined may very well have seen the current touring production of Kiss Me, Kate just last month and can identify it as the title of the “op'nin'” number of the Cole Porter classic, which closed at Broadway's Martin Beck Theatre so long ago it's now the Al Hirschfeld. Many musicals never die; they just relocate to other cities and suburbs for four- to eight-week ...

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