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Some of Broadway's best picks focus on love, inclusiveness

There are worthy plays – new ones and revivals – on Broadway this season. “Junk” is a first-rate play about greed on Wall Street that is dazzlingly acted and directed, and “M. Butterfly,” a revival of a 1988 hit play, opened to a number of good reviews. (This show runs only until Jan. 14, 2018). There are also the sheer entertainment blockbusters such as “Hello Dolly!” and “Aladdin,” sometimes propelled by name actors including Bette Midler. But

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