Seen in November: This month brings numerous distractions, not least of them LDI and Thanksgiving, but the New York theatre season marches on. Receiving a charming revival at the St. James Theatre is the 1947 Burton Lane-Yip Harburg musical Finian's Rainbow, an Encores! transfer of a production best known for a handful of standards (including "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?," "Old Devil Moon," and "Look to the Rainbow") and an unwieldy Francis Ford Coppola film adaptation that appeared ...

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