T.S. Eliot knew what he was talking about April is the cruelest month. First of all, there's a Broadway opening every 10 minutes, as producers frantically race to get their entries in as close to the Tony nominations deadline as possible. Of course, this results in an extremely grumpy press corps, who barely have time to digest one offering before they have to face another. By the end of April, they've become a bunch of nervous wrecks, so sleep-deprived that they can barely tell the ...
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