Mark January 29 and 30th on your calendars

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Let me detail for you how much I enjoyed the London Production:
  • Actually bought the Cast Album, from a touristy Virgin Megastore, in cash.
    (OK, it wasn't cash, it was these weird things: £££££)
  • Upon hearing that the NY production wasn't happening, I eventually caved in and ordered the British DVD from Amazon.co.uk. Even after the conversion it was only $8 for the DVD , but then $8 more for the overseas shipping.
  • Took the pains to figure out how to remove region encoding just so I could burn myself a copy of this that I could watch at home myself.
So yeah, mark these dates on your calendars.
[Thanks Rocco!]
Update: NYTimes re-confirms

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umm,HELLS YEA!SO EXCITED!

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