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NATIONAL THEATRE REBIRTH
WASHINGTON — A Washington theater with a long history of incubating Broadway-bound shows is getting a rebirth of its own while hosting a new world premiere from the creative team behind "Next to Normal" and the star power of "Rent." Although long neglected and underused — and left dark for all but five weeks last year — the National Theatre is opening its first season under new management with a show that's already generating plenty of buzz. By Brett Zongker. SENT: 730 words, photos.
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